Go-ahead for 1,435-home Bristol scheme at second time of asking

Bristol City Council has granted outline consent for its own application for a 1,435-home mixed-use development on the southern edge of the city, reversing its decision to refuse the scheme earlier this year because of conflict with a neighbourhood plan.

by Michael Donnelly
A visualisation of part of the finished Hengrove Park scheme (pic: Bristol City Council)
A visualisation of part of the finished Hengrove Park scheme (pic: Bristol City Council)

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