Silverthorne Lane development

Details are emerging of the plans to transform Silverthorne Lane industrial zone overlooking the Feeder Canal. The development area is part of Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone and is currently the location for a variety of businesses and warehouses as well as some notable historic buildings. Two sites, opposite Motion, are designated as[…]

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BS3 Wildlife News

Winter Garden Birds I hope that you are seeing some interesting birds. The recent snow may have driven some rural birds into the city in search of food and an extra degree or so of heat. I didn’t see anything particularly unusual, although Jo claims a redwing taking a bath[…]

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St George Arts Trail

News from out neighbours in St George: St George Arts Trail is on 9th & 10th February, 11am – 5pm Our 2nd Arts Trail gives you the chance to adventure around the beautiful St George Park and surrounding streets for a weekend of local arts, inspiration and community. The Theme[…]

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Housing minister stresses importance of design and infrastructure for new housing developments

Kit Malthouse, Housing Minister, stressed the importance of design if the public are to accept large-scale developments, during a visit to Bristol on 31st January. Mr Malthouse spent the day visiting and discussing several development sites, including the Bristol Temple Meads to Keynsham corridor, with regional mayor Tim Bowles and members of the[…]

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