Scheme title: McArthur’s Warehouse, Gas Ferry Road, Bristol
Date reviewed: 28 November 2016

Scheme promoter: Nash Partnerships

Description: Redevelopment of site for a predominantly residential development of circa 140-170 units (Use Class C3) and circa 1,000-1,500 sqm of flexible commercial space (Class B1) (including gallery/ café (Class A3/ D1)), together with parking for circa 55 cars.

Scheme title: Brandon Yard, Former Gas Works (West Purifier House), Lime Kiln Road, Bristol BS1 6UN
Date reviewed: 28 November 2016

Scheme promoter: Bilfinger GVA

Description: Refurbishment and conversion of West Purifier House and the Engine House to provide residential accommodation (Class C3); erection of six storey building to provide residential accommodation (Class C3), associated parking, landscaping and boundary treatment. Internal and external alterations to West Purifier House and the Engine House to facilitate reuse as residential accommodation(Class C3). Alterations to boundary wall to provide access.

Scheme title: Blackberry Hill Hospital, Manor Road, Fishponds, Bristol BS16 2EW
Date reviewed: 28 November 2016

Scheme promoter: Bilfinger GVA

Description: Mixed Use development comprising 305 dwellings, 510 sqm commercial floor space and 280 sqm
community use. The proposals include the comprehensive refurbishment of a number of existing
historic buildings to provide 113 apartments. In addition to this, 140 new houses and 52 new
apartments will be constructed across the 8.7ha site in Fishponds.

Scheme title: 662: Residential Development of Land at Herbert Street, Southville, Bristol BS3 1BE
Date reviewed: 6 September 2016

Scheme promoter: Hadfield Associates Architects

Description: 9No one & two bedroom single level & duplex dwelling apartments with associated cycle & refuse storage.

Scheme title: Spatial Framework update
Date reviewed: 13 July 2016

Go to ‘further information’ to read BUDF TQEZ Panel response letter and find link to Bristol Temple Quarter website

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