Our clients are currently in the process of creating a scheme to develop the site at 66-70 Church Road, Redfield. As you will see, we have prepared a comprehensive scheme to revitalise this site which has been left derelict for a number of years.
This proposal has been developed with a clear vision to use the site in a unique and innovative way by creating an aesthetic set of dwellings and ground floor commercial units that will bring purpose and life back to this under-utilised space and inactive frontage.
We are keen to understand the views of local residents, community groups and stakeholders. All feedback received at this stage will be considered by members of the project team before we submit a planning application to Bristol City Council later this year.
Our clients are a group of Bristol based developers who purchase and develop sites to unlock their full potential.
They particularly look to revitalise sites to benefit the local area.
Studio Yaqub is an Architectural design and consulting practice based in Stapleton, Bristol. They thrive on creating aspirational places in the built environment, taking on projects from small residential to large commercial developments.
They endeavour to find creative and innovative solutions to the most challenging sites.
Rackham Planning Ltd
Rackham Planning is an Independent Planning Consultancy based in the South West with experience working across the country.
They provide a professional service based on over 50 years experience in the industry.
HISTORY OF THE SITE
The site is positioned in the area formally known as Moorfields and has been a prominent frontage in the neighbourhood since development began in the area between 1746 and 1803. Although the buildings on this site have taken many different forms and ownerships, 66 Church Road is the site of one of the earliest recorded buildings in Moorfields and east Bristol. Having become a redundant and unworkable space, the site has lain derelict for many years and the historic significance of the site provides strong justification for developing it into a once again thriving mixed-use site which can benefit the local community.
Phase 1 consultation with local planning authority
Review feedback and develop preliminary scheme
Worked up proposal produced
Phase 2 stakeholders consultation
Phase 3 public consultation
Review feedback/submit planning application
Application determination (dependant on a range of variables)
Get in Touch
We are keen to hear from local residents and stakeholders as we finalise out proposals before they are submitted to Bristol City Council.
We welcome your response and if you have any questions or require additional information at this stage, please feel free to get in touch with the project team via the form opposite or the following contact methods: