Update on Zone N funding

Bristol City Council previously sold an area of Green space (Salcombe Road, Knowle) and the proceeds were to be spent on green areas in Knowle and Windmill Hill. TRESA applied for some funds to improve Zone N/Bushy Park (as it is a “green space” that needed some TLC).  We were[…]

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2018-08-29 – Meeting Minutes

TRESA Directors meeting, 7.30pm 29th August 2018, The Shakespeare 1 – Opening a. Apologies Present:  Carolyn Jones (CJ), Simon Hobeck (SH), Linn Waite (LW), Suzanne Audrey (SA), Michelle Clare-Hudson (MC-H), Geoff Allan (GA) Apologies: Anne Silber (AS), Nick Walters (NW) MC-H was welcomed to the meeting as a new Director.[…]

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Call for a city referendum on Tower blocks

The final draft of the Urban Living Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) on tall buildings has just come out and, to everyone’s amazement, the draft SPD greatly strengthens the encouragement of tall buildings by the city (https://goo.gl/N4XJsW).  This is despite unambiguous rejection of the new policy on tall buildings by 85% of respondents during[…]

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Temple Meads masterplanning

The transformation of Bristol Temple Meads station moved a step closer today (20 July) with the appointment of a multi-disciplinary consultancy team to develop a masterplan for the station and the wider Temple Quarter. Following a competitive tendering process, a consortium led by Mott MacDonald, a global engineering, management and[…]

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