The Civic Society welcomes the development of this underused site but has concerns over the height of the northern end of the scheme.
Bristol Civic Society supports the principle of redevelopment of this under-developed site to use it more efficiently but we have some concerns with the preapp proposals.
The Civic Society’s Transport and Place-Making group has taken a considered look at the road layout options for Western Harbour. Even though roads are not part of the consultation, the road layout is an essential part of the next stage of masterplanning.
A Bristol Civic Society Zoom event will be held on the proposal for an office development next to Bordeaux Quay.
The fascinating story of what became known as the White City will be unfolded for us by Clive Burlton, a publisher, author and local historian.
Video of Zoom presentation by Bristol Zoological Society: 17th Nov 2021, the second of two presentations on the future of Bristol Zoo grounds.
A Zoom talk by Shankari Raj about projects she has helped deliver in Bristol. She has run her own architectural practice, Nudge, in Bristol for over 10 years and aims to challenge traditional approaches to architecture head-on.
Gordon Young is running guided late autumn walks of the Clifton plaque sites and the people behind them, bringing the subject to life in a series of three distinct walks.
Bristol Civic Society supports the principle of a predominantly residential development of 5 Bedminster Green. However, we have a number of serious concerns about this proposal and cannot support this application.
On Saturday, 16th October 2021, a blue plaque was unveiled at 38-42 College Green, to celebrate the life of Crofton Gane, 1878-1967, whose business stood on the site of the present building.
How can Civic Society members make their voices heard? Jeff Bishop suggests a number of ways, including the use of Harbour Hopes interactive map.
This is a video of a Zoom presentation by George Ferguson and Clare Wilks on the ‘Our World Bristol’ vision for the future of Bristol Zoo Gardens.