Bristol Council secures orders

Bristol City Council is to secure compulsory purchase orders and a development partner to remove two eyesores from the city centre, it announced this week. Repeated attempts to redevelop the 19th century Seaman's Chapel at Prince Street and an empty plot at Narrow Quay, both owned by Samuel Smiths Old Brewery, have failed. The council has also received a planning application from architects Atkins Walters Webster to expand Jesters, Bristol's longest-running comedy club.

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