Scheme to restore cathedral in Bristol approved

A mixed-use scheme that will restore a grade II listed cathedral in Bristol has been approved by the city council. The derelict Pro-Cathedral in Clifton will be converted to provide 38 flats with car parking in the vaults below and 580m2 of office space. Bristol-based developer Urban Creation will also develop 42 flats and a town house behind the building. The proposals were drawn up by architects Atkins Walters Webster, planning consultancy CSJ and conservation architect Richard Pedlar.

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