|Client||Bristol Alliance Limited|
|Status||Planning permission granted|
|LPA||Bristol City Council|
The next step in the regeneration of Bristol city centre
- Bristol Alliance Limited Partnership (BALP) is the owner of Cabot Circus Shopping Centre, Quakers Friars and the surrounding shops in Bristol city centre. The scheme proposes the demolition of existing buildings and structures, and the development of a new mixed-use scheme on land at, and adjoining, Callowhill Court, Broadmead / The Horsefair.
- We worked closely with Bristol City Council and key stakeholders to bring forward the comprehensive regeneration of Bristol Shopping Quarter. As well as leading on planning, we provided a set of complementary services, including Economics, Heritage and Townscape, Sustainability and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA).
- We secured outline planning permission on behalf of the BALP for the major redevelopment of the Broadmead shopping district in Bristol city centre.
- The scheme comprises up to 1.1 million sq ft of retail, commercial, leisure and hospitality floorspace together with up to 150 residential units, access, landscaping, public realm improvements and other associated ancillary works.
- The redevelopment is anticipated to create up to 3,500 jobs and contribute approximately £160 million GVA to the wider regional economy, of which £80 million is expected to be generated within the Bristol economy once fully operational.
- Planning permission was granted in July 2018.
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