A design competition for delivering 80 homes organised by Goram Homes and Bristol Housing Festival has been won by Groupwork and McGregor Coxall.
A Zoom presentation on new residential building in South Bristol, featuring presentations by City Council officers.
Ed Hall will lead an informative walk around the streets of the historic old town area of Bristol.
At this Zoom meeting, conservation architect David Martyn will recount the story of the discovery of the true architect of Temple Meads and the history of Brislington Tram Depot.
Zoom event at which Historic Environment Officer for Bristol City Council, Peter Insole, reviews the history of council housing in Bristol.
At this Zoom event, Simon Fitton, the Technical Planning Director for the site developers YTL Developments, will answer questions on the Brabazon Arena and housing.
Jon Sankey, of Bristol City Council’s Energy Service, will explain Bristol Heat Networks and how the project will help counter climate change.
In 2021 a Bristol Civic Society working group was set up to identify heritage assets in the Western Harbour development area. This post has a link to their website.
A Zoom talk by James Freeman, Chair of BRT- UK, an advisory, advocacy and information sharing group.
The Civic Society objects to a proposal to demolish a perfectly good, recently constructed building. If redevelopment is considered, the Society objects to the current scheme on the grounds of its excessive height.
We have made a formal request to government to ‘call in’ the St Mary le Port proposals and to establish a public inquiry to examine the proposals independently.
On proposed improvements to the Number 2 bus route (A37/A4018) bolder interventions could have been presented as options.