- The latest on Bedminster Green and the backlash against tall buildings in May’s South Bristol Voice!
Little Paradise consultation
Following Dandara‘s public consultation on proposals for Plot 4 a website with all the plans, and an online feedback form, is now live. Make your comments before the planning application is submitted to the Council!
Another application, another energy centre
Rollo Homes has made a new planning application for an additional 6-7 storey block of 32 affordable flats for rent and a gas-fired energy centre on their Malago Rd plot.
St Catherine’s Place consultation
WHaM held a packed public meeting on Monday 19 March to discuss Firmstone Consortia One’s plans for a 21-storey tower block next to the existing block at St Catherine’s Place. Shops, restaurants, a cinema and a gym are also proposed.
- Read about the proposed developments and see the plans
- Complete the feedback form and email it to email@example.com (Word doc)
Energy centre runs out of steam
Urbis’ proposed energy centre will no longer be sited on Clarke St, next to the City Farm.
Deeley Freed is planning to build on the NCP car park (Plot 3) and ‘has discovered it will need more land than it thought‘ according to April’s South Bristol Voice. An 6-8 storey block of flats is apparently proposed by the developer but no planning application has yet been made.
Rollo Homes – you can still comment!
Rollo Homes has revised its proposals for Malago Rd (Plot 1) in response to feedback. WHaM welcomes these changes – but they are just a start. A public meeting held to discuss the revised proposals highlighted objections on a range of issues, including the mix of housing and the lack of associated infrastructure.
- See Rollo Homes’ planning application for 183 flats and make your comment
- Read WHaM’s comments on the application (PDF)
More high-rise next to Bedminster station?