Planning approval for Assembly Bristol

16/03/2017

Planning approval for Assembly Bristol

Following the success of AHMM’s planning approval for Queen Victoria House in Bristol, Assembly Bristol has also been granted permission after a unanimous vote by Bristol City Council’s planning committee. Three new buildings will deliver a variety of characterful workspace across the 300,000 square foot masterplan, with public spaces and new pedestrian routes providing direct links between Temple Meads Station, the historic city centre and the retail area at Cabot Circus. Building A, the first part of the masterplan, will offer 180,000 square feet of flexible office with private external terraces, fronted by a major new public waterfront garden and floating pontoon. Cafes, bars and restaurants will ensure that Assembly Bristol becomes a vibrant part of the city.