Scheme title: Land East Side of Hawkins Street
Date reviewed: 25 August 2011

Scheme promoter: Franklin Ellis Architects

Description: Design development is at an early stage. Exploratory sketch layouts have been reviewed by Planning, and the current proposal is for around 50 residential units of apartments and town houses, with a couple of small A2 units. The existing buildings would be retained, extended and converted, and these would be supplemented with new build elements. The development would average 3 storeys.

Scheme title: Gloucestershire County Cricket Ground, Ashley Down
Date reviewed: 25 May 2011

Scheme promoter: RPS Planning

Description:Modernisation of Cricket Ground and enabling development of 150 apartments.

Scheme title: Westmoreland House/ Carriageworks
Date reviewed: 25 May 2011

Scheme promoter: Heritage & Architecture, Chartered Architects

Description: Revised application, pursuant to appeal decision, for part refurbishment, part demolition and part extension of existing buildings and new building, to provide 183 self-contained flats, with shops at ground level and with provision of a three-level parking facility, including alterations to the listed building (carraigeworks), and demolition of listed no.4 Ashley Road.

Scheme title: John Wesley’s Chapel and New Room, Broadmead
Date reviewed: 24 March 2011

Scheme promoter: Richard Pedlar Architects

Description: Proposed new three storey building in the Horsefair courtyard to provide new kitchen, toilets, offices, meeting rooms, and library, including housing of the Wesley College Library.

Scheme title: Saffron Gardens, Prospect Place, Whitehall, BS5 9AB
Date reviewed: 24 March 2011

Scheme promoter: LPC Ltd

Description: Key Elements of the proposal: 48 bedrooms (4 courts of 12) – Specialist Dementia Care Centre; 14 ‘Elderly persons’ flats; Approximately 750m2 of ancillary offices that will be occupied by the applicant, Brunelcare.

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