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BRISTOL | Full Summary of Projects

The Official Bristol Development Site Summary

Updated: 18th July 2009

The capital of the South West Bristol was experiencing the highest level of development activity in decades and even with the economic downturn there is a healthy level of activity and construction. The summary provides information on both Large and small sites in the following categories: sites under construction, sites in planning, visionary sites and recently completed sites. In addition links providing further details on specific large schemes are available.

Large Sites Under Construction

Development - Harbouside
Value - £287 million
Size - 16.3 acres (6.59 hectares)
Developer - Crest Nicholson
Architects - Stride Treglown

Significant regeneration of the northern side of Bristol’s Historic Dock by Crest Nicholson. Activity on Harbourside is currently small, but planning permission for the purifier house on the site has been granted. The Crescent building is the latest building to be completed along with the harbour inlet. 1 and 2 college square, located on the Anchor road frontage are both under construction. The mixed use scheme is currently under construction and consists of approximate 12 major new buildings, including:

• Total mixed use floorspace of 1,093,281 sq ft (101,568 sqm)
• Approximately 500 residential units
• New Harbour inlet and marina
• 383,552 sq ft (35,633m2) of office development predominantly College Square
• 153,381 sq ft (14,494 sqm) Leisure and retail
• 50,206 sq ft (4664.2 sqm) Hotel
• Innovative public art light wall

For more info see: http://www.bristol-harbourside.co.uk/default.asp

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Development - Temple Quay North
Value - £300 Million
Size - 7.4 hectares (18.4 acres)
Developer - Castlemore Securities

Temple Quay North is a significant brownfield regeneration project near Temple Meads Station, extending on the success of the Temple Quay core site. The project has been developed in partnership between the South West RDA and Castlemore Securities Ltd. The site is approx 7.4 hectares (18.4 acres) and has been comprehensively masterplanned by URBED to provide an exceptional and high quality mixed use development comprising high profile corporate offices, residential, lively bars, cafes and restaurants and retail.

The masterplan was singled out for praise by CABE: "We felt that the overall layout was convincing and robust and that the series of converging vistas towards the Floating Harbour provided a strong rationale for the layout. Taken in the round, we think that the masterplan is very successful." The Temple Quay's masterplan has been feature in the Top 100 Projects in Regeneration & Renewal. The £300 million investment was rated 12th ahead of Sheffield's Retail Quarter, Manchester's New Islington and Bilston Urban Village Wolverhampton

A major expansion of Bristol Core Office District. The Temple quay Central section of the site is curretnly under construction along the waterfront. The Wye residential tower has topped out and the large Burgess Salmon Office Building is nearing completion. Overall the scheme includes five major buildings including a 12 storey residential tower and new pedestrian bridge which has already been installed. The site is still under construction consisting of:

• 654,618 sq ft grade A commercial floorspace
• 500 new homes
• 19,052 sq ft of retail
• 58,889 sq ft of leisure
• New harbourside bridge

For more info see http://www.templequay2.com/

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Development - Finzels Reach
Value - £255 Million
Size - 5.68 acres (2.3 Hectares)
Developer - HDG Mansur

Major waterfront redevelopment of a former brewery in central Bristol by HDG Mansur. The scheme includes the redevelopment of the listed generator building and a new landmark footbridge called the Mobius Bridge. Bridgewater house near the corner of Victoria street is the further progressed building, with foundations and basement parking almost complete. The site is generally in the demolition/foundations stage of construction and consists of:

• Total floorspace of 993,148 sq ft (92,300 Sq m)
• 402,183 sq ft (37,362 q m) of office development
• 399 residential units
• 87,155 sq ft (8096 sqm) of retail/leisure
• Public space, harbourside walk and Mobius Bridge

For More Info see: http://www.finzelsreach.co.uk/

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Development - Bristol University Masterplan
Value - £250 million
Size - 38,000 sq m
Developer - Bristol University
Architects -

The University Masterplan has outline planning permission awarded in 2006. Detailed planning is underway with a suggested landmark tower on hold. Applications for new facilities off Tyndalls Avenue have been submitted to the Council.

For more info see: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/Depts/Bursar/masterplan.html

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Development - Glassfields
Value - £65 Million
Size - 32,000 sq m
Developer - Royal London Assessment Managment
Architects - Atkins Walters Webster

32,000 sqm net office development on a brown-field site adjacent to Bristol’s inner ring-road and close to the floating harbour. A 1970s office building will be replaced by 3 new-build office buildings varying between 5 & 8 floors together with a 4-storey office with ground floor A3 use, all ranged around a new city square. The offices have been conceived to represent a new high quality threshold for Bristol offices. The design uses the best of modern materials and presents a dramatic fully glazed frontage to the corner of Temple Way and Avon Street, Bristol.

For More information see: http://www.glassfields.com/one_glassfields.html

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Development - Lake Shore
Value -
Size - 4.65 hectares
Developer - Urban Splash
Architects - Acanthus Ferguson Mann

Urban Splash acquired Imperial House in January 2005. Work has started converting on the Grade II Listed former headquarters for Imperial Tobacco into 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. A new complementary building is also under construction alongside. All in all, this will create 358 new homes, an exciting new community, in south Bristol.

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Development - Bristol Bus Station
Value -
Size -
Developer -
Architects -

A mixed use scheme currently under construction. The scheme consists of a new bus station, Magistrates courts and 12 storey key worker apartment building. The bus station and Magistrates Courts are both complete and the floor of the Bus station has subsequently been replaced. The remaining key worker element of the scheme is under construction.

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Development - Museum of Bristol
Value - £18.9 Million
Size -
Developer - Bristol City Council
Architects - Lab Architecture

Located on Princes Wharf the £18.9m Museum for Bristol will replace the old Industrial Museum on the Floating Harbour.The Industrial Museum closed it's door in Oct 2006, the site is now under construction and the new Museum should open in the summer of 2010/11. The scheme preserves the existing architectural footprint and dockside façade of the historic L and M sheds. The new museum will provide:
• 2500 square metres of new exhibition space over three floors;
• A stunning rooftop gallery with views across the city centre and access to a roof terrace;
• Education spaces and volunteer facilities;
• Engine sheds and workshops;
• A café, gift shop and conferencing facilities;

For more info see: http://http://www.bristol.gov.uk/ccm...-of-bristol.en or http://www.labarchitecture.com/

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Development - Cabot House
Value - £23 Million
Size -
Developer - Westmark
Architects - Atkins Walters Webster

Located behind Bristol Council House, Cabot House is a commercially led mixed use scheme. The site, which lies within a Conservation Area and is directly adjacent to a number of listed buildings including the Council House and Central Library. The site involves a demolition of existing buildings and car park to provide 8,500m² of office space, 25 new residential units and assorted A1/A3 units, as well as reinstating all the existing public car parking currently occupying the site. The development is currently under construction.

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Large Sites in Planning

Development - Paintworks
Value -
Size -
Developer - Verve
Architects -

Exciting mixed use development comrising live work units, apartments and workshop space. The development reuses a series of riverside victorian warehouse and creates a series on new courtyard and cobbled walkways. The development is centred round the Boco bar, bar and main exhibition space Phase 2 has recently been completed with new landmark office buildingon Bath Road and US style dinner cars. Phase three is curretnly in planning with consultation on the Masterplan undertaken late 2008.

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Development - Island Site
Value -
Size -
Developer - Temple Circus Developments (Formally Bass)
Architects -

The former George & Railway Inn and Grosvener Hotel. Recently a planning application has been refused due to height issues. The site is integral to the redevelopment of plot 6 Temple Meads, Redcliffe way and junction alterations to Temple Circus and provision of rapid transit in Bristol.

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Development - Redcliffe Wharf
Value -
Size -
Developer - Westmark
Architects - TBC

Westmark have been chosen as the prefered developer for Redcliffe Wharf. The complicated waterfront site has been home to boat building and last summer the Bristol Urban Beach. An application for the development of the wharf for a mixed use scheme, including market, affordable business space, residential office and boat building is pending consideration. Several rounds of consultation have recently been under taken (late 2007) and an application has been submitted in 2008. This does not appear to have been determined by Bristol City Council (summer 2009)

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Development - Temple Meads Diesel Depot (Former Bristol Arena)
Value -
Size -
Developer - Bristol City Council and SWRDA
Architects -

Mixed use development on a former diesel depot adjacent to Bristol Temple Meads. At the End of Novemeber 2007 the South West RDA pulled the plug on the Bristol Arena on this site. The site will still be developed and received a further £18 million for infrastructure improvements including and road bridge across to Cattle market road to enable development. There is currently no activity on this site following remediation. No planning applications have been submitted, it appear that the SWRDA are sitting on this site until the economy starts to recover so they can be in time to miss the boat again by the following downturn. I'm not bitter really!

Development - S-Park (Science Park)
Value - £300 million
Size - 51 acres ( 21 Hectares)
Developer - SWRDA
Architects - TBC

Bristol is to become home to a major £300 million science park. In 2004 the South West RDA purchased 21 hectares of land between the M4 and the Avon ring road at Emersons Green on Bristol's north fringe to deliver the first phase of a new science park comparable in size and scope to the best in the UK like Warwick, Cambridge, Oxford and Manchester. The science park is expected to make the South West even more attractive to business creating in excess of 6,000 highly skilled, high value jobs when fully completed. The site recieved planning permission in December 2007, but like other SWRDA site there has been no activities.

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Development - Southmead 'Superhospital'
Value - £374 Million
Size -
Developer - North Bristol NHS Trust/ Laing O’Rourke
Architects -

£374m reconstruction of Southmead Hospital in North Bristol followed by a downgrading of the other main North Bristol Hospital (Frenchay). Planning was approved early 2007 for completion in 2009, however the site has only just started. Completion and the budget have increased and been pushed back.

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Development - Hengrove Park
Value -
Size -
Developer -
Architects -

The Hengrove Park development will include housing, employment, a sub-regional park, a swimming pool/leisure centre and community hospital and will be closely linked to a further phase of the project, to develop an educational campus with housing and employment (Hartcliffe Campus). The pool complex will be built alongside the new South Bristol Community Hospital which has also received outline funding approval. Planning applications for the leisure and hospital uses have been submitted and it ihad been hoped that this new facility would be ready to open by the end of December 2008 or early 2009. However due to delays in appointing a contracter the site has yet to commence on site and is unlikely to be complete until 2011 at the earliest.

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Development - Wapping Wharf
Value - TBC
Size - 4.25 hectares
Developer - Umberslade (Wapping Wharf Ltd)
Architects - Associated Architects, Turley Associates and Gillespies

One of the last remaining large harbourside opportunities, Wapping Wharf seeks to provide a large residential lead mixed use scheme including new public routes from south Bristol and a new public waterfront square adjacent to the new Museum of Bristol. A masterplan has been given the green light by city councillors.The plan approved, covers the 4.25ha Wapping Wharf site, mostly owned by developer Umberslade with other land and buildings owned by Bristol City Council. It envisages homes, shops and services to link the Southville community with city centre developments.The outline consent covers 57,000m2 of development, reduced from the original proposal for 61,000m2. This will include around 590 homes, shops, restaurants, offices and scope for a 200-bed hotel. A number of listed buildings will be restored and a public square and pedestrian routes to the waterfront will be created.Umberslade will contribute 20 per cent affordable housing and £1.5 million towards building a city museum at the site. It has been working on the proposals for three years with Associated Architects, Turley Associates and Gillespies. The site is currenty being border up ready for construction.

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Development - Redcliffe Village
Value - £63 Million
Size -
Developer - Midshire Estates and Crown Dilmun
Architects -

A new urban quarter, comprising apartments and community and commercial facilities, intended to transform a rundown area and help re-integrate Redcliffe with the city centre.

The overall scheme comprises over 500 one and two bedroom apartments, including affordable units together with mixed retail space, office units and community facilities that include a crèche and health and fitness centre. The outline planning consent has been secured and seeks to ensure that all phases of the redevelopment are governed by agreed design and town planning parameters. Recently full permission has been awarded for a hotel, residential, office space on large sections of the site.

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Development - National Wildlife Conservation Park
Value - £50 million
Size - 136-acres (55 hectares)
Developer - Bristol Zoo Gardens
Architects - TBC

The National Wildlife Conservation Park (NWCP) is the first conservation-led animal visitor attraction development of its kind in the UK. Scheduled to open in 2011, the £50 million Park will be an innovative new conservation action centre. When the Park opens there will be a wide range of native and exotic wildlife from all the major animal groups. Although the species lists for each ecosystem, have not been finalised, the following animals are highly likely to be included: manatees, crocodiles, bonobos, okapi, bongos, Sumatran tigers, orang-utans, giraffes, zebra, warthog, kudus, hunting dogs, rhinos, brown bears and wolves.

The Park is due to open toblic in 2011, with construction taking place between 2009 and 2010. Around two thirds of the site will be developed by the opening date and over the next 15 years we will invest steadily until the whole site is developed by 2025.

For More information see: http://www.conservationpark.org.uk/

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Development - Bristol Rovers Memorial Ground
Value -
Size -
Developer -
Architects -

Plans to turn Bristol's Memorial Stadium into an 18,000-seat stadium for Bristol Rovers FC and Bristol Rugby Club have been granted. The work is planned to start in 2008 with completion in time for the 2009 season. The club said the revised plans also included accommodation for 500 students, a 112-bed hotel and a large restaurant. Bristol Rovers FC bought the stadium from Bristol Rugby Club in 1998, who they now share it with. This project appears to have stalled.

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Development - Temple Gate
Value -
Size -
Developer - Ballymore
Architects -

Located adjacent to Temple Meads station this major redevelopment provides a true mixed use scheme including offices apartments, retail units, community space, cafes and restaurants and a new public square. The developer Ballymore has full planning permission and was expected on site in 2007, they have subsequently tried to sell the site and are presently sitting on the site until an more favourable climate. The scheme consists of:

• 220 residential units
• 4,295 sq m of office space
• retail and community uses
• new public squares and private gardens

For more info: http://www.ballymoreproperties.ie/site/ba_frameset.php

Development - St Mary Le Port
Value - £150 Million
Size - 5 acres (2 Hectares)
Developer - Deeley Freed Estates
Architects -

Located at the historic heart of Bristol city centre, the proposals by Deeley Freed would see the creation of a new South West food quarter complemented by new homes, offices and public spaces and would also deliver major improvements to Castle Park. The development would help knit Broadmead, the old city and Redcliffe back together, providing an attractive focus for the area, drawing people from across the city to St Mary-le-Port. The recent town green application has been refused and it is likley that a detailed shceme will be worked up for a planning application 209/2010.

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Visionary Sites

Development - Bristol Port Company
Value - £500 million
Size - Deep Water Container Port

The Bristol Port Company is planning a large deep water port expansion to Avonmouth Docks. Apparently the port expansion will include:
  • 1.2 km of quay with 10 post-Panamax gantry cranes with a maximum 67 metres outreach.
  • 4 deep water berths (accommodating 16 metre draught vessels alongside at all states of tide).
  • An approach channel of 15 metres below Chart Datum, providing access to vessels of up to 16 metres draught on every tide.
  • Over 100 acres available for container handling and storage, with a terminal capacity of 1.5 million TEU per annum.
  • A link to existing rail network.

Futher infomration can be found at: http://www.bristolport.co.uk/

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Development - One Dove Lane
Value -
Size - possible 40 storey tower
Developer - Places for People and PG Group
Architects -

Just outside the City Centre along the M32 motorway in the St Paul’s area of the city. Initial consultation with locals done in spring 2007 and three different scenarios were put forward with one of them, the developers preferred scenario include a very tall (for Bristol) tower at between 20-40 storeys. The Dove Lane project continues to be developed towards a full planning application, which is expected to be submitted in 2008

For more info see: http://www.onedovelane.co.uk/

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Development - Bridewell Island
Value -
Size -
Developer - Urban Splash
Architects -

Urban Splash held a design competion for this development. This fantastic group of listed buildings includes a former fire station, police station, prison and magistrates courts, dating back to 1890 and forms an entire city block located in a strategically important position between the main retail centre of Broadmead and Harbourside. The site, which has laid derelict for a number of years will be converted into a mixed use scheme based around shops, cafes, restaurants, offices and studios. There will also be a small number of serviced apartments, but no flats in the conventional sense. These will be located as new pavilions on the roof of the fire station; hardly visible when viewed from the tight nearby streets but providing a striking symbol of change from a distance. The Court Yard will be the beating heart of the scheme bringing life to the rejuvenated Bridewell Island.

The proposals appears to have stalled with Urban Splash and a local art/community group have won a government grant to improve the buildings for community use.

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Development - Severn Barrage
Value - Billions
Size - 10 Miles Long approx
Developer - Government with Private Partners
Architects - ?

The Government have recently undetaken new feasibility studieis into the potential for a tidal barrage or lagoon across the Severn Estuary. The Estuary has the second largest tidel range in the world and is seen as a great opportunity to meet the UK's renewal Energy targets. The scheme would be located between Brean down near West-Super-Mare and Lavernock Point South of Cardiff. It is suggested that the schem could generate up to 5% of the UK's Energy needs, but the environmental implications are as yet unknown.

Development - Feeder Canal
Value - £280 Million
Size - 30 acre
Developer - RPS Planning
Architects - TBC

"A Run-down wasteland in St Philip's could be transformed into a thriving waterside community in a £280 million redevelopment. This artist's impression shows the modern glass- fronted offices which will be built alongside the red brick warehouse which lines the Feeder Canal opposite Feeder Road.

Property consultant RPS has drawn up a scheme to transform a 30-acre piece of land by the canal into offices, shops and homes. It estimates the site could provide employment for up to 2,000 workers and homes for the same amount of people. Under the scheme the majority of the buildings would be used for office space and its position next to the water raises the possibility of some workers being able to commute to work by river boat."

The scheme appears to be gaining momentum with Bristol City Council inclusion of the area for mixed use redevelopment in the Bristol Local Development Framework.

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Development - Frenchay Hospital
Value -
Size -
Developer - North Bristol NHS Trust
Architects -

In 2005, architects working for North Bristol NHS Trust, Bristol North and South Gloucestershire Primary Care Trusts developed two options for the community hospital at Frenchay, one making use of refurbished existing good quality buildings and the other a new build.

In light of the scale and costs of the new build option, and given the NHS’ concern to ensure that all proposals are affordable, the refurbished option was the preferred option for Frenchay. However, we and the primary care trusts will have the opportunity to review the affordability of a new build as detailed planning for the scheme develops. The hospital will be completed in 2013.

The key features of the refurbished design are:

The use of existing good quality buildings
The use of the restaurant and the receipt and distribution centre
Good clinical links with the Macmillan Centre and the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit (BIRU)
The opportunity to extend as required

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Small Sites Under Construction

Development - Bank Place (Formerly Temple Way House)
Value -
Size - 28,582 sq m
Developer - Carlyle Development Group
Architects -

Planning Permission for Temple Way House, (The Clerical Medical Building on Temple Way) for the demolition of existing buildings and construction of 2 no. eight-storey buildings to provide a mixed use development comprising 28,582 sqm of B1 office space and 148 sqm of A1, A3 and A4 floorspace at ground floor level, a new public plaza and associated landscaping, undercroft car parking (to provide 141 spaces) and servicing, access and ancillary works. This has been granted and demolition has been completed. The site is curretnly dormant while the developer seeks a pre let.
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Development - The Cathedral
Value -
Size - 83 residential apartments and 420 sqm of office space
Developer - Urban Creation
Architects - Atkins Walters Webster

Currently under construction by Urban Creation, this scheme provides 83 residential units and 420 m2 of office space within and in the curtilege of the Grade II listed Pro Cathedral. It is believe to be the first conversion of any cathedral in the UK and prevents the continued demise of this listed building at risk.

Internally the building will be sympathetically converted for residential and office uses, with the full volume of the existing building expressed in the aisles and transept spaces. The residential blocks externally have been designed to be subservient to the dominant bulk of the existing building whilst having design integrity of their own by employing layers of materials to create depth and interest to the elevations.
For more info see: http://www.cathedralapartments.co.uk/#home

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Development - Essense (Gloucester Road)
Value -
Size -
Developer - Lindon Homes
Architects - TBC

New apartments on Cheltenham Road, Bristol. Planning consent has been obtained for the development of 129, one, two and three bedroom apartments combined with the restoration of historic buildings. The development of Dovercourt Garage is situated within easy reach of the city centre on the A38. The site is currently under construction.

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Development- Broadmead Offices (Plots 12a & 12b)
Value - £65 million
Size - 360,000 Sq Ft (180,000 Sq Ft per Building)
Developer - Bristol Alliance
Architects - EPR ARCHITECTS

Plot 12 buildings are part of the major new Broadmead development in Bristol. They form the south side of the new space, Newfoundland Square and will therefore form an important part of the new arrival experience to the city. The buildings accommodate between them, the vehicular access to the main new department store car park located behind.

The massing has been configured to respect the department store at the west end of Newfoundland Square as the focus of the retail development. Also there is a need to cut through the buildings to express the car park entrance. The entrances to the offices have been located at the opposite ends away from the car movements and adjacent to the pedestrian crossings.

A sustainable approach to design has been adopted from the outset. Coring and fabric design seeks to maximise daylight while reducing solar gain in the workplace. Principal and secondary cores are located on the predominantly solid south facade with horizontal glazing offering views when seating and standing in the office areas. The solidity wraps around the ends and progressively fragments into a glazed facade to the north.

A horizontal expression of the floors is incorporated into the elevation to lead the eye naturally to the west to further reinforce the focus on the department store. The roof plant has been set back from the building edge in a free-flowing form, concentrated over the principle
cores to ensure the massing is respectful to the department store.

The building seeks to connect with the new square by leaning towards it while leaning away from the car park access. This has the added benefit of maximising accommodation on the upper floors and widening the pavement for pedestrians along the busy roadway. The site is clearly and ready for construction.

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Development - Great Western Dockyard
Value -
Size -
Developer - SS Great Britain Trust
Architects - Stride Treglown

Development of the dockyard surrounding the SS Great Britain. The development comprises residential and leisure space. The site is under construction, but appears to have slowed down now theframework is in place.

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Development - Redcliffe Civic Justice Centre
Value -
Size -
Developer -
Architects -

The scheme is the creation of a new law courts building an public plas adjacent to St thomas church. The scheme is currenly under construction and has a interesting pink tinited stone cladding. The scheme alongside others has contributed towards a new footbrige linking King Street with Redcliffe Back.

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Development - Tulip Inn
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Developer -Premier Inn
Architects -Stride Treglown

The Bristol Premier Inn is a new 150 bed hotel development proposed on Lewins Mead to replace the former Hill House Hammond office building. Originally the Tulip brand which originated in the Netherlands were keen to establish a foothold in the city, However the site has changed hands and will now been a Premier Inn.

Above an A1/ A3 commercial unit, the hotel accommodation includes a bar and restaurant open to the double height reception and with views over the neighbouring historic St. James Park. A dedicated business centre insures the commercial viability of the scheme. Bedroom accommodation on the site has been maximised in a T-shaped footprint above the communal 2-storey podium and car parking provided in the neighbouring public facility.

Architecturally, the site fronts a hierarchy of three streets which evokes a slightly different design response in terms of frontage, scale and materials which the design succinctly addresses. An articulated and sculptural stone corner treatment creates a bold statement at the busy Lewins Mead traffic intersection. Elsewhere metallic panels, red facing brick and coloured render both enhances and responds to the existing context. The scheme has planning permission and demolition has been completed.

For more information this is the link to the planning Application: http://e2eweb.bristol.gov.uk/PublicA...ERTY&module=P3

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Small Sites in Planning

Development - O and M Shed
Value -
Size - 18,256 sq ft (1,696 sq m) leisure and residential
Developer - Cordwell Property
Architects -

An imaginative waterside setting for this mixed use residential and leisure opportunity, superbly located in the heart of Bristol opposite the historic St Mary Redcliffe Church and Queens Square. This waterfront development will consist of essentially 4 leisure units and numerous residential apartments, set within the original dockside shed which will be full restored to its historic dockside character, open plan space, excellent natural light, traditional materials and with views across the floating harbour. The creation of a new build which will offer the rare opportunity to create some striking and modern waterside space overlooking St Mary Redcliffe Church.

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Development - Huller House/Cheese Warehouse
Value - £6 Million
Size -
Developer -
Architects - Atkins Walters Webster

Huller House and the Cheese Warehouse are being redeveloped to form 42 apartments and 4 commercial units. Huller House is Grade II listed and is being fully converted with a new penthouse at roof level. The Cheese Warehouse has a historic concrete frame which is being retained and with a new external fabric, we have added a further 2 storeys at roof level which house penthouse apartments with terraces overlooking the floating harbour.

These buildings are the last warehouses to be renovated and converted along this stretch of the floating harbour which will see the completion of this desirable waterfront area.

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Development - Former Post Office Depot Cattlemarket Road
Value -
Size -
Developer - Sheppardess Holdings for Media Office Space Ltd
Architects - Acanthus Ferguson Mann

Mixed use development comprising office, retail, residential, leisure and student accommodation in new and the refurbished former Post Office Sorting Office, adjacent to Temple Meads station. The 'creative quarter' for Cattlemarket Road proposes a series of new mixed use buildings that compliment and enhance the regeneration of the existing Post Office Sorting Depot buildings and their setting. Building on the positive aspects of the site, the design will increase the number and intensity of uses helping to create a vibrant sustainable development. The new buildings will provide Student Housing, Flexible Office Space and Studio Workspaces. The site has full planning permission but has not been implemented. No activity has been seen on site.

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Development - Mc Arthurs Warehouse
Value -
Size -
Developer - Formally Quada Harbourside
Architects -

Difficult site that has recently been subject to arson attacks. The development has been the subject of protracted negotiations to secure permission. However now the site has permission it is unlikely to be developed due to escilating construction costs caused by elements of the design. It appears that the site may lie redundant for some time while a new planning permission is secured.

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Small Visioning Sites

Development - Concorde Museum
Value - £12 Million
Size -
Developer - Concorde Trust
Architects - TBC

New Museum for Concorde to be built at Cribbs Causeway. Concorde was partly built in Bristol and the very last flight of any of them was coming back to the city. Since then, it's been temporary housed in Filton with a temporary visitors centre. Money is still being raised to build a new permanent museum for it at Cribbs Causeway, a major shopping/leisure centre near the M5.

A long-awaited museum for Concorde could finally be a step closer. Bristol-based trustees of the supersonic aircraft announced they were applying for permission to build on land near Filton airfield. The cost of a new home for the plane that was grounded four years ago is put at around £12m.

If plans are approved, it will be a futuristic home for the plane and on land next door to the Mall Shopping centre at Cribbs Causeway. Money will be raised through sponsorship, grants and donations from businesses. The supersonic 200ft airliner will be the centrepiece of the attraction with exhibits, displays, a shop and cafe.

Concorde 216 made its final flight in November 2003 when it flew back to Filton where it was originally built. An application for outline planning permission is to be submitted to South Gloucestershire Council. If permission is granted the Concorde Museum could be open in three years.

Oliver Deardon, of the Concorde Trust, told BBC News: "There's a lot of work been going on behind the scenes and this will all come together in about two months' time when the outline planning application is submitted."

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Development - Portwall Tower
Value -
Size - 62,563 sq ft (5,812.1 sq m)
Developer -
Architects -

Portwall Tower will provide 62,563 sq ft (5,812.1 sq m) net approx of high quality Grade A specification office accommodation arranged over ground and five upper floors together with a secure basement car park.

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Completed Sites

Development - Cabot Circus
Value - £500 million
Size - 36 acres (14 hectares)
Developer - Bristol Alliance (Hammerson and Land Securities)
Architects - Stanton Williams, Chapman Taylor, Wilkinson Eyre

Cabot Circus opened on 25th September and is 95% let by floorpsace. The largest development site in the city since WW11. Cabot Circus has provided a major retail led mixed used scheme in the City Centre. The scheme included:

• Total retail and leisure area, including restaurants and cafes of 1 million sq ft (92,900 m)
• A four-storey, 170,000 sq ft (15,800 m) flagship department store, to be occupied by House of Fraser
• 37,000 sq ft (3,450 m) store, in Quakers Friars, to be occupied by Harvey Nichols
• A 100,000 sq ft (9290 m) Cinema de Lux with 3,000 seats in a 13 screen state-of-the-art auditoria
• 15 major stores and more than 120 new shops, 20 of which will be restaurants and cafes
• over 2,600 car park spaces
• new cycle routes, bus and coach stops
• new dedicated public spaces, including; an open square around the refurbished Quakers Friary buildings, featuring shops, restaurants and residential apartments and a new covered civic space in front of the proposed department store
• over 250 residential units, including 24 affordable homes in the heart of the city
• more than 161,500 sq ft (15,000 m) of office space
• 120 hotel bedrooms, in a building of more than 60,000 sq ft (5574 m)
• 280 student bed spaces, a development of 103,000 sq ft (9570m)

For more info see: http://www.cabotcircus.com/website/default.aspx



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Development - Broadquay Central
Value - £30 Million
Size -
Developer - Rex Developments
Architects - Atkins Walters Webster

The development comprised the partial demolition and regeneration of a series of buildings on a prominent site in Bristol City Centre. The landmark former Bristol & West tower was retained and re-clad as a 178-bed hotel and the remainder of the site was re-developed to provide 160 residential apartments and 2800m² of A1, A2 & A3 retail and leisure uses. The site is just being finalised by Rex Developments with the Hotel tower externally clad to blue glass that gets lighter towards the top. Occupiers of the retail units include Thai Classic and Subway.

For more info see: http://www.aww-uk.com/ProjectPage.as...projectid=429#

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Development - Colston Hall - New foyer building and refurbishment
Value -
Size -
Developer - Bristol City Council
Architects - Levitt Bernstein Associates

Bristol premier music venue now has a landmark entrance building on the centre. Clad in recycled brass, the new building provides a striking new addition in central Bristol. The site is recently been completed and opened summer 2009.

For more info see: http://www.colstonhall.org/redevelopment/news

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Development - Temple Back
Value -
Size -
Developer -
Architects -

Office development in Redcliffe providing 123,000 sq ft (11425 sq m) of A grade office space on Bristol floating harbour. The scheme is now complete.

For more info see: www.templeback.com

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Development -Futures Inn
Value -
Size -
Developer -
Architects -

Pat of the Cabot Circus Development. Futures Inn Hotel is located East of Bond Street South. The site is now complete.

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Development - Hartwell House
Value - £9.5 million
Size - 59,718 sq ft (5,550 sq m)
Developer -
Architects - Atkins Walters Webster

Located in a prominent City Centre location, 5,550m2 of new build office accommodation on a former car showroom site. The building, which is now complete features curtain wall façades and includes a double-height entrance area and the extensive use of Portland stone to the principal elevations.

For more info see: http://www.hartwellhouse.net/

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Development - St Catherine’s Court
Value - £8.5 Million
Size - 30,666 sq ft (2,850 sq m)
Developer - Ashfield Land
Architects - Atkins Walters Webster

A new office development recently completed in Bristol’s West End. St Catherine’s Court is located on the site adjacent to the former Pro Cathedral. The new building consists of five-storey office, with parking and ancillary functions at ground and upper ground floor levels. The net office area is approx 2,850 square metres with 14 secure car parking spaces in the lower level. The external elevations of this contemporary new building were constructed from a combination of facing brickwork, natural stone, colour-coated aluminium window, curtain walling and panelling elements.

For more info: http://www.sisk.co.uk/sisk/sisk/www/...8&id=248&wid=3

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Development - Old Bread Street
Value - £6 Million
Size - 53 residential units
Developer - Jephson Housing Association
Architects - Atkins Walter Webster

A development for Jephson Housing Association which comprises of the redevelopment of the Grade II Listed buildings, forming part of the Old Soap Works. The development provides 53 mixed tenure apartments for the Association with some new build elements and converstion of the existing buildings

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Development - College House
Value -
Size -
Developer - Cubex Land
Architects -

Developement of office and Education space for the Bistol Cathedral School. The site is located ont he northern side of Anchor road, near the new college square element of Harbourside. The site is now completion

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Development - Unity Street Apartments
Value -
Size -
Developer - Carrot
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Development of the former Merchant Venturers College. The development comprises a range of residential accomodation including, Duplex and Triplex apartments.The scheme is now complete

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Development - The Paragon
Value -
Size - 76,000 sq ft (7,060 sq m)
Developer - Cubex Land
Architects -

Prime city centre office development of 76,000 sq ft on Victoria Street. The development was completed by Cubex Land. The scheme comprises a large office building with small retail units on teh groun floor fronting Victoria street.

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Development - Portwall Lane
Value - £25 Million
Size - 170,000 sq ft (15,793 sqm)
Developer -
Architects -

Now complete and comprising 170,000 sq ft of offices, close to Temple Meads Station and in the heart of the City's commercial area. The site, previously occupied by Dick Lovett Porsche Dealership, faces St Mary Redcliff Church and fronts onto the City Council's proposed 'Millennium Mile'' pedestrian link and cycle route linking Temple Meads & Harbourside. The design responds sensitively to its context, with office space organised around a glazed atrium. Active ground floor uses are incorporated on St Thomas Street and Portwall Lane.

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Development - Aardman Animation Headquarters
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Size -
Developer -
Architects -

Development of a new head office for the award winning Aardman animations on Harbourside. The site is under construction
Development - Symes Avenue
Value - £20 Million
Size -
Developer - W.M Morrisons
Architects -

£20m complete reconstruction of the shopping arcade in a very run down area of South Bristol. Completed late 2007. A new supermarket moved into the site and the old shops have been replaced and a new library/community building constructed. The redevelopment scheme included:

• A Morrisons superstore of 83,000 sq ft (7,711 sq m)
• New retail units totalling 12,346 sq ft (1,147 sq m)
• A community building to include a new library, with total floorspace 12,281 sq ft (1,141 sq m)
• A petrol filling station
• Car-parking for 536 cars, including 33 disabled spaces
• Landscaping/parking improvements surrounding Millmead, Middleford and Hayleigh House

For more info see: http://www.symesavenue.com/

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Temple Quay

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Temple Quay 3 - Temple Way

New office development in Temple Quay. The site was completed in early 2007

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Airpoint - Bedminster

Residential development of a former warehouse in Bedminster, South Bristol. The development includes lots of communal facilities including BBQ areas and a running track on the roof. The site was completed in 2007

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Templar House - Temple Way

New office development in Temple Quay. The site was completed in early 2007

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Queen Square Apartments

Westmark development on queen square, completed in 2007

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Blenheim Court

Student accomodation for unite. Public art light instalation changes colour dependat on the use of the front door. Completed at the end of 2006

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Old September 7th, 2007, 03:41 PM   #2
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This thread updates the original Bristol Development Thread. The link below leads to the old thread for those that are interested:

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=246816
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woo-hoo!

well done! Still missing but can be added whenever you feel like it are:

1) Hengrove Park
2) Southmead Hospital
3) St Mary-le-Port
4) Bridewell Island

They're all still in planning though so no hurry
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Based on the figures we've got for all that lot at the moment theres £1.68bn in currently under construction developments, £636.9m in planning developments and a possible further £592m suggested in 'visions'. That's almost £3bn being spent in Bristol at the moment.

Ok, so that wouldn't host an Olympic Games, but that's still a lot of money floating around - and most of that is private money with not that many handouts from the Government or Council.
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Nice!
Finzels Reach looks good and I also like Museum of Bristol development.

Heres few bigger renders of Cabot Circus :



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Great job PJ..... some more for when you get the time; i've put the pics in so you can easily grab the links.

Approved & waiting to start in 2007? - Mcarthurs Warehouse - the buildings around the SS Great Britain


Wapping Wharf development - behind the new Museum of Bristol. Wapping Wharf
Regeneration & Renewal, 23 June 2006
Planning, 16 June 2006
A masterplan for a prime waterfront development at Bristol's historic harbour has been given the green light by city councillors.The plan, approved last week, covers the 4.25ha Wapping Wharf site, mostly owned by developer Umberslade with other land and buildings owned by Bristol City Council. It envisages homes, shops and services to link the Southville community with city centre developments.The outline consent covers 57,000m2 of development, reduced from the original proposal for 61,000m2. This will include around 590 homes, shops, restaurants, offices and scope for a 200-bed hotel. A number of listed buildings will be restored and a public square and pedestrian routes to the waterfront will be created.Umberslade will contribute 20 per cent affordable housing and £1.5 million towards building a city museum at the site. It has been working on the proposals for three years with Associated Architects, Turley Associates and Gillespies

Temple Way House redevelopment (the clerical medical site) -Temple Plaza



Temple Back development - the one next to Finzells Reach on the waterside under construction



CJC building - on St thomas Street by the tall white one on Victoria street under construction

The new proposal (the other day) 2 8-storey buildings for where the George & Railway hotel is on the traffic island outside Temple Meads
-Temple Plaza





Redcliffe village - big mixed use in the middle of redcliife. seems to be moving forward now the industrial tennants have vacated "The largest scheme currently being developed is Redcliffe Village in the heart of the city of Bristol. This was the first mixed use redevelopment scheme in Bristol to obtain planning and consists of offices and apartments together with leisure, retail and A3 (Food and Drink) uses on the ground floor. The total area of development on this 2.3 hectare site is 58450 sqm comprising 600 apartments and 9800 sqm of offices. Sites 1 and 2 have now been built and a start is about to be made on Sites 4 and 5" http://www.midshiresestates.com/imag...robrochure.pdf



The old royal mail sorting office the other side of temple meads - still in planning


The 32-36 Victoria Street development will provide approximately 7,076 sq m (76,165 sq ft) of speculative office space and a ground floor retail unit on the Victoria street frontage



Broadmead Offices


Portwall Tower will provide 62,563 sq ft (5,812.1 sq m) net approx of high quality Grade A specification office accommodation arranged over ground and five upper floors together with a secure basement car park.





Also don't forget paintworks - ongoing & super cool...

How about (& you might hate me for this) breaking the big developments down into the buildings..... for example the 2 new harbourside offices should be going up soon - buildings 5&6, the crescent will finish soon, the purifier house is now submitted for approval. Temple quay is going up building by building (ND3, ND4, ND5 ..... ) just a thought....

Thats all i can think of for now..... you'll wish you never started this!!

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Good bit of news regarding the eco home development at hanham hall in bristol

"Seven developers were shortlisted this week to deliver the first site that will achieve the top level of the code for sustainable homes.

They are bidding to build the 150-home community on a site in Bristol, the first to be brought forward in English Partnerships' Carbon Challenge competition.

Artisan H, Barratt Homes, Edward Ware Homes, Gleeson Homes, Places for People, Taylor Wimpey and Urban Splash will go through to the next round.

The developers, chosen for showing how to achieve level 6 of the code and preserving the site's listed building. They will now submit more detailed responses to the brief for the former Hanham Hall Hospital site."
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Also the SS Great Britain Project with all the new Buildings etc...

Theres lots to do and really shows how much is going on here... Its MAD!!! Your doing a really good job though so keep it up...!

Also, College Square House (Next to The Grovsner Casino)...

What about all the development in OLD MARKET???

Old Soap Works at near Gardner Haskins... Its on the AWW Website.
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Those pictures of the new Broadmead Shopping Centre look great. I can't wait to actually really walk inside that place when it's finished. Elsewhere there are some awesome developments.

I'm also very glad to see that Buchanon/Redcliffe Wharf is being changed for the better with that Huller House development coming. The surroundings are brilliant but that one building that's there now and is going to be replaced is awful - absolutely awful!

Checking back for more later.
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Some news on the housing front...

Essence (Old Dovercourt Garage).

New apartments in Cheltenham Road, Bristol.

Planning consent now obtained.

Essence on Cheltenham Road, Bristol is a development of 129, one, two and three bedroom apartments combined with the restoration of historic buildings.

The development of Dovercourt Garage is situated within easy reach of the city centre on the A38.



Zenith.

New apartments in St George, Bristol.

A trendy collection of 68, one and two bedroom apartments, some with stunning views over the River Avon.



Wrington, Bristol.

A collection of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes in a variety of styles are currently in for planning at this existing development in Wrington, Bristol.



Vibe.

New apartments in Waterloo Road, Old Market, Bristol.
A mixture of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, totaling 108, over 4 and 5 stories.

A mixture of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments totalling 108 homes, over 4 and 5 stories. Located on Waterloo Road, Old Market, Bristol.





Glaze.

New apartments in St George, Bristol.
A stylish development of 22, one and two bedroom apartments in the popular area of St George.



Space.

New apartments in Bedminster, Bristol.
A stylish development of 44, one and two bedroom apartments in the popular area of Bedminster.

Please click here to view a selection of floorplans from this development.


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Some news on the housing front...

Yeah VIBE... Its going up as you approch Old Market from Lawrence Hill Roundabout on the let hand side... Its quite a big site... They have started construction and part of the development is to improve the roads around there...

Should be good.

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Cheswick, Filton, Bristol. BS16 1QY

Coming soon! Anticipated launch date Autumn 2007.

Set in a idyllic countryside location yet a stones throw from the hustle and bustle of Bristol city centre.

Cheswick will consist of 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes, from contemporary apartments to 5 bedroom detached properties, whatever your style we'll have something to suit everyone.

The development is situated in an excellent location for both the city centre and South Gloucestershire. South of the A4174 Avon ring road and approx 3/4 mile from the M32, this new homes development benefits from superb access to the M5 and M4, with rail links to all major cities close by.

For more details on this new homes development, log on to www.cheswick.redrow.co.uk

Has anybody heard of this project by Redrow Homes???
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Vibe?

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I'd love to get some of the pictures of Ballymores Temple Gate development on here. It looks like a quality development which will transform the arse side of temple Meads. Theres a great flash sequence on the website but i dunno how to embed that into this thread - best i can do as follows....

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the bit by the river and bridge roundabout looks terrible, but i like the rest
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It's not bad I suppose -well alot better than what we have at present - it should rejuvenate the station area quite well. When are they starting work on this?

Also, I noticed large signs are up on the boards surrounding the former IBM building stating 'GLASSFIELDS'. I don't know the significance of this, but hopefully it means the project is getting closer to being realised....
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This one looks nearly complete

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I noticed the other day that the old cinema on whiteladies road now has development boarding up. I knew there were plans to develop it but have not seen or heard much.

The name on the boarding is "Jessicas Bars and Restaurants"

Cant find any info on the net...anyone have any news?
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Thanks for all the nice comments everyone, and all the posts of further developments.

I made a list before i started and got done what I could in the time. Like you say there is loads going on at the moment to get them all on with good summaries will take a bit of time. Hopefully won't take too long.

JJmacJJ, I thought about providing a breakdown of some of the larger developemnts, Harbourside, Cabot circus and Temple Quay North, but i'm not sure if it breaks the flow of the summary. I also though I might split the categories, e.g. under construction in two parts for small and large sites. That way I could start if the best developments and then move on to the smaller stuff further down the thead. What do people think?

Also is anyone has suggestions for better renders or photos for any of the developments let me know, so far I have just put up a small selection rather than everything!

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excellent thread keep up the good work!
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