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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.

Since early 2021, we have been engaging with the local community to hear what they would like to see happen, as well as exploring different options for the future of the area.

We are currently incorporating the ideas gathered from the local community, landowners, experts and other interest groups over the last year into a draft of the regeneration framework.

A formal consultation on the draft framework will be carried out in Spring 2022 with the framework then going to Bristol City Council’s Cabinet for approval later in Summer 2022.

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Public engagement events on the regeneration of the area around Whitehouse Street

Thu 23rd Jun 2022 at 14:00

  • Wednesday 6th July at Windmill Hill City Farm from 3-7pm
  • Thursday 7th July online from 7-8pm

The draft regeneration framework for the area around Whitehouse Street has continued to develop and the team are grateful for all the community feedback received over the last 18 months. Two events are being planned where local people can hear more about the latest version of the regeneration framework, which sets out where new homes, infrastructure and public spaces could go, and the emerging approach to employment, which aims to find a successful balance between retaining jobs in the area while delivering the new homes Bristol needs. The team will be present to discuss the plans, answer questions and hear your feedback.

Those interested in hearing more can attend an in-person drop in event at Windmill Hill City Farm on Wednesday 6th July between 3pm and 7pm, or join an online session on Thursday 7th July from 7pm until 8pm.

To join the online session please sign up using this web address:

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