Scheme title: Wapping Wharf, Plots A & C
Date reviewed: 26 March 2012

Scheme promoter: Alec French Architects

Description: First phase of site wide masterplan; comprising 180 apartments over retail units and car parking beneath landscaped courtyards. The development will include public realm works forming Gaol Ferry Steps providing pedestrian and vehicular access to the site.

Scheme title: Memorial Stadium, Filton Avenue, Horfield
Date reviewed: 26 March 2012

Scheme promoter: WYG Planning & Design

Description: Redevelopment of the BRFC/BRC ground which is likely to consist of the following key components: a new foodstore with a floorspace of approximately 8,060 sq m gross (GIA) /4,912sq m net floorspace, together with an under-croft car park comprising around 530 spaces, recycling centre, landscaping and servicing arrangements; Residential use comprising around 63 units together with associated car-parking; Commercial use comprising around 1,500sq m (GIA) floorspace; A new Memorial Square adjacent to the Memorial Gates; Improvements to vehicle access on Filton Avenue involving the demolition of 29 and 31 Filton Avenue; and New vehicular access off Alton Road for the proposed residential units.

Scheme title: Former Brentry Hospital Site
Date reviewed: 26 March 2012

Scheme promoter: WYG Planning & Design

Description: Residential development of surplus land at the Former Brentry Hospital Site: retention of Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trusts premises – Blaise View And Woodland View and associated car parking; residential development of western part of site with up to 20 no. homes (including the demolition of Lewis House and conversion of Phoenix House); residential development of eastern part of site with up to 60 no. homes whilst retaining existing trees around the edge of the site and a green zone along the site’s southern boundary.

Scheme title: Underfall Yard Trust Masterplan
Date reviewed: 30 January 2012

Scheme promoter: Alf Perry Consulting

Description: To create a Maritime Centre of Excellence within Bristol Harbour that seeks to preserve, for the benefit of the public, its historic assets and unique character through sustainable commercial, leisure, tourism and educational developments that reflect the longstanding maritime history of the area.

Scheme title: Hiatt Baker Halls of Residence, Stoke Bishop
Date reviewed: 30 January 2012

Scheme promoter: CSJ Planning Consultants Ltd

Description: The University of Bristol proposes to redevelop part of the Stoke Bishop campus to provide approximately 450 bedspaces within a new bespoke complex of 12 blocks, adjacent to the existing Hiatt Baker Halls of Residence. The proposed development would comprise a combination of 10 bedroom cluster units and 9/12 bedroom townhouses, each with communal catering facilities, together with a transport ‘hub’.

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