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Bristol’s Mixed-Use Plan Submitted

by Paul Addison on October 9, 2019 No comments

A mixed-use regeneration plan has been submitted to Bristol City Council.

The application, designed by AHMM’s Bristol team, would see the regeneration of the Silverthorne Lane site submitted by Feeder Estates LLP, (a partnership managed by Square Bay).

This segment is anticipated to deliver:

  • 367 new homes,
  • 80,000 sq ft of employment space,
  • Public areas of land,
  • Academic and office building developed by the University of Bristol.
  • 1,600-place secondary school and sixth form,
  • Student accommodation for 41 students, (delivered and managed by Future Generation).

The director at Square Bay, Tom Vaughan-Jones, said

“The application is the result of many months of hard work on the part of our development team in liaison with a variety of stakeholder groups. We are also very pleased to have development partners in place for every element of the scheme, meaning that work can begin immediately following a planning consent to deliver much-needed new homes, employment space, and crucially the new school for which there is an acute need. The transformation of this Enterprise Zone site on the approach to central Bristol will send a powerful message that Bristol is very much open for business and investment.”

A team of development partners, coordinated by Alder King planning consultants and AWW architects, produced Feeder Estates’ plans.

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