Developing Area

DEVELOPING
AREA

Site 1
Glassfields - incorporating The Distillery Development of 92,000 sq ft of offices within 3 buildings (PC August 2020). Consented for further 180,000 sq ft of offices. Jury’s Inn Hotel due to PC August 2020. (Royal London AM)

Site 2A
Development of 255 PRS units by Legal & General, 6-11 Storeys in height with PC anticipated Q1 2020

Site 2B
Appeal ongoing for a further 120 PRS units in a block of up to 11 storeys by Legal & General

Site 3
Refurbishment by Gardiner Haskins to provide new retail accommodation, completion Q4 2018

Site 4
Assembly, proposed office development of 200,000 sq ft by AXA/ Bellhammer could commence on site Q1 2019. Part of a wider 1.53 acre 350,000 sq ft development

Site 5
Castle Park View, proposed residential development of 26 storeys, 375 residential units by Bouygues

Site 6
4 Glass Wharf – NFU/ Salmon Harvester sale of 1.3 acre site

Site 7
Unity Street is a student accommodation development is under construction with PC due in August 2019. The scheme will comprise 202 beds within cluster flats and is being delivered by Bankfoot Group.

Site 8
Recently purchased site by Summix for residential development

 

DISTRICT HEAT NETWORKS

Bristol City Council is committed to delivering heat networks across the city in order for Bristol to be carbon neutral by 2050. Heat networks are an efficient and cost effective way of cutting carbon emissions and Bristol has had a form of district heating system since the 1960’s. The adjacent plan shows the existing network. Further benefits are:

  • Lower capital and operational costs
  • Space saving meaning more land is available for development
  • No need to oversize existing systems to take account of extreme weather conditions
  • Secure forms of heating and future proofing your supply for future changes in government fossil fuel policy
  • Compliance with building regulations and planning policy
  • Improved air quality and carbon reduction
  • Reduced Energy costs

It is anticipated that Development of the Site will need to link into the District Heating Network, as a key sustainability initiative being promoted by Bristol City Council.