Scheme title: St Catherine’s Place, Bedminster
Date reviewed: 24 March 2011

Scheme promoter: Aspect360

Description: Initial massing studies for the redevelopment of the ground floor retail area and 7 storey high former DSS building at rear of site with mixed use development comprising retail and residential uses.

Scheme title: Arnolfini Refurbishment
Date reviewed: 2 February 2011

Scheme promoter: Childs + Sulzmann Architects

Description: The design intention is to make use of the existing engine shed structure to provide better quality bin storage and a secondary cafe. The cafe will support the existing on located inside the Arnolfini and serve the adjacent quay side area.

Scheme title: Timber Wharf, former McArthur’s Warehouse, Gas Ferry Road, BS1 6UN
Date reviewed: 2 February 2011

Scheme promoter: Pegasus Planning Group

Description: The scheme involves the following: Demolition of existing McArthur’s Warehouse and outbuildings; Redevelopment with 6 storey building fronting Gas Ferry Road and eastern side of Graving Dock; New 8 storey building at head of Graving Dock; Provision of pedestrian access routes through the site; Access from Gas Ferry Road to underground car park, providing all parking provision, refuse stores etc; Design of scheme to reflect industrial heritage of the area.

Scheme title: Soil Association Headquarters, West Side of Gas Ferry Road and South Side of Anchor Road, BS1
Date reviewed: 2 February 2011

Scheme promoter: Dixon Jones Architects

Description: The new proposal comprises a gabled, rectangular building placed equidistant between the two Purifier Houses. The form of the building reinforces a rhythm of warehouse buildings set orthogonal to the harbour. The heart of the site, once occupied by the gasholder, becomes a courtyard garden around which the new and listed structures are allowed to co-exist.

Scheme title: Rosemont Terrace, Cliftonwood
Date reviewed: 2 February 2011

Scheme promoter: Will Lakin Architects

Description: The site is located on Rosemont Terrace, a public highway in Cliftonwood. The site is at the boundary of Cliftonwood Terrace an exclusive private road of 3- 4 storey townhouses overlooking the SS Great Britain. The site previously accommodated an end of terrace Georgian house. The house and the terrace were demolished in the mid 60’s. The application site has been derelict ever since and the rest of the terrace site now contains 4, 5 storey affordable housing and a car park directly adjacent to site.

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