22nd August 2019
Proposals submitted for redevelopment of Silverthorne Lane in Bristol
Alder King Planning Consultants have submitted major development proposals for the regeneration of a 4.2 hectare site on Silverthorne Lane in Bristol’s Temple Quarter.
The planning application, submitted on behalf of Square Bay, proposes new accommodation for the University of Bristol, a 1,600 pupil secondary school, new homes, student accommodation, office space and associated leisure uses. The proposals also include the restoration of a number of derelict listed buildings.
Matthew Halstead, partner at Alder King says: “This is an absolutely fantastic project to be involved in and one that will completely transform this part of Bristol Temple Quarter. A great deal of time and effort has been spent working with the Council and other key stakeholders to design the proposals, which I am confident will create a new vibrant and exciting development for Bristol.”
Silverthorne Lane has been allocated by Bristol City Council for redevelopment with a variety of uses as part of its plans to regenerate Bristol Temple Quarter as an enterprise zone. It is anticipated that the development proposals will create £375 million GVA and circa 4,350 jobs for the local area as well as providing 367 new homes.