The Civic Society continues to support in principle the revised plans for this site on the south-west edge of the city, but we continue to object to the height of the buildings at the north end of the site.
Bristol Council has conducted a second public consultation on its clean air plan because its proposals have changed again. The Society submits its view.
Bristol City Council has been consulting on the strategic approach to addressing the risk of flooding through both tidal surges up the River Avon and downstream river overflow from rainwater.
The Society has responded to a West of England Combined Authority (WECA) consultation on a Spatial Development Strategy (SDS), which considers the region’s strategic housing, planning and infrastructure needs.
The Power of Place – Matthew Montagu-Pollock interviews Peter Insole, Bristol City Council’s Principal Historic Environment Officer.
The Society generally welcomes the revised scheme for St Catherine’s Place which provides a range of benefits to the local area.
Bristol City Council has decided to establish a Partnership Board in order to identify a vision for the future and to work out how best to take forward implementation of that vision. Ashton Court Mansion will remain part of the City Council.
The new University of Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus: the plans, what is happening, what will it be used for? Zoom Meeting: Wednesday 25th November 2020 7:30 pm
Gordon Young, a Clifton Suspension Bridge tour-guide, will lead a 2-hour, 1.5 mile walk entitled ‘Celebrated Citizens of Clifton and Hotwells’.
Jeff Bishop reviews ‘Planning for the Future’, a Government White Paper that will, if implemented, affect many aspects of development and conservation in Bristol.
Gordon Young will lead the 2-hour, 1.5 mile walk covering the plaques of Clifton. starting and finishing at Christ Church on Clifton Green.
Bristol Civic Society have organised a ZOOM on-line presentation by Stephen Baxter MD of Goram Homes along with his colleague Geoff Fox, Partnership Director.