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Framework for Bedminster Green goes out to public view


Framework for Bedminster Green goes out to public view


There will be a consultation event for a new draft of the Bedminster Green Placemaking Framework on 8th December, and we encourage local residents to attend to have a look at and give their feedback.

The Placemaking Framework identifies proposed development principles and guidance for creating a new community at Bedminster Green. Discussions will also be taking place with key stakeholder groups in the area.

The Framework has been drawn up by local urban designers, planners and architects Nash Partnership in collaboration with the key landowners involved in the future development of the Bedminster Green area and in consultation with Bristol City Council. The document is a high-level strategy which sets broad principles and parameters that will help shape and integrate individual development proposals as they come through the planning and design process, to help create a high quality urban quarter and a balanced community.

The Framework covers an area centred on Hereford Street, Providence Place, Bedminster Station and St Catherine’s Place Shopping Centre and also includes land to the west of Hereford Street and east of Dalby Avenue.

The five key development sites in Bedminster Green are the Pring & Hill site on Malago Road, St Catherine’s Place, Dalby Avenue car park and Whitehouse Lane, Stafford Street and Little Paradise Street and land adjacent to Dalby Avenue.

The public are invited to view and discuss the draft framework between 11am – 2pm, on Saturday 8th December, at Bedminster Library. Following public consultation, the full draft Framework will also be available online from 10th December at Nash Partnership

For more information about the Framework please visit click here