About the team
The Whitehouse Street project is being brought forward as a collaboration between landowners, technical experts and the local community.
The landowner consortium

Bristol City Council is the lead partner and one of the three landowners. It has brought together a team of people with different expertise from inside and outside the council, to work together to produce the Regeneration Framework for the area.


The Hill Group: an award-winning house builder with experience of mixed-use regeneration schemes. Hill has been awarded 5 star status in the Home Builders Federation's annual Customer Satisfaction Survey for the past three years.


The Galliard Apsley Partnership: a leading authority and expert in construction and the development of large mixed-use schemes. Galliard Homes is award winning and in recent years has won international prizes for its developments.


Community and business engagement

Action Greater Bedminster brings together residents, organisations, groups, charities, businesses and services such as police, NHS, council departments to help improve the neighbourhood by giving a voice to all and combining resources and ideas to create practical solutions.

AGB is managed by a Steering Group elected annually by a membership which represents community groups and organisations based in the neighbourhood. They hold public meetings to discuss particular themes or projects, and an AGM.

In this project, AGB is working with Windmill Hill City Farm, The Sanctuary and Fun 4 Families to reach out across the neighbourhood and gather your views at this very early stage of the development.


Bristol City Council Community Development: council officers who work with local people, community groups, businesses and voluntary sector organisations to bring people together and build neighbourhood connections. They are working with Action Greater Bedminster on this project.

Bristol City Council Economic Development: council officers who give businesses support and advice across Bristol and will support businesses in the regeneration area.


Stride Treglown: a Bristol-based architecture and urban-design practice will be leading on developing the framework and its design and development proposals, following community engagement.


Cadence PR: engagement specialists who are working with Action Greater Bedminster and the council on community, business and stakeholder engagement.


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Technical and design expertise

Bristol City Council City Design Group, who work to improve the design and liveability of schemes, will provide support for the design and development proposals.

Bristol City Council Flood Risk team will be leading on a Flood Risk Assessment to inform the Framework.


Stantec, a design, engineering and project management consultancy, will advise on the infrastructure and engineering works that will be needed to support development and a growing population.


Savills, a world leading property agency, have been appointed to provide expert advice on the commercial aspects of the development proposals to ensure that they are realistic and deliverable.


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