Help shape the future of Bedminster
Bristol City Council, in partnership with local landowners the Galliard Apsley Partnership and the Hill Group, are working together to develop a regeneration framework for the area around Whitehouse Street in Bedminster, which will guide change in the area over the next 5-10 years. 

Over the last few months, we have commissioned Action Greater Bedminster to gather views from the community to help create a Community Manifesto for the area. The Community Manifesto has now been published and reflects what local people told us they want to see happen in the area as it changes. 

The Manifesto will help to inform the development of the regeneration framework and will help guide the future development and regeneration of the area. 

The next steps for the project are to develop concepts and options for the area over summer 2021, such as the mix of future uses, and transport and movement options. Notes from a meeting about this can be found here. We’re also running an online survey to get your views on what you would like the area to look and feel like.

Further detail and refinement will then be added before a formal consultation on the framework later in the year. The framework is due to go to Bristol City Council’s Cabinet in early 2022 for approval. 

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Video introduction to the project
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Early public engagementFebruary 2021 to March 2021
Community survey and interactive map openLate February to mid April 2021
Introductory and manifesto eventsMarch 2021
Review of feedback and early technical workApril 2021
Community Manifesto workshopsMay 2021 to June 2021
Community Manifesto finalisedJune 2021
Stage 2, Design workshops (public)July 2021 to October 2021
Stage 3, Framework refinement and detailNovember 2021 to January 2022
Stage 4, Final review and amendmentsFebruary 2022 to March 2022
Framework goes to CabinetMay 2022 to June 2022
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