An exciting new development in Bristol city centre

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After two years of detailed consultation with local stakeholders in the community we are delighted that the Development Control Committee voted in favour of our application to rejuvenate the St Mary le Port site.

Thank you to Bristol for welcoming us with open arms and for working with us to develop plans that will create a new special and unique district for Bristol – that will bring new independent shops catering for all budgets, attract new visitors interested in the ruins of St Mary le Port Church, and crucially deliver a new attractive office location commensurate with Bristol’s ambitions and climate targets.

We will now look to continue to engage and work with Bristol City Council, Friends of Castle Park, Bristol Tree Forum, the Civic Society, and the wider community to bring our exciting plans to life.

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Left behind for decades, the redevelopment of St Mary le Port will help revitalise a key area of Bristol.

Our proposals include:

Preserving what’s great about Bristol.

Repairing and celebrating St Mary le Port Tower and ruins

Re-connecting St Mary le Port to the City.

Reinstating streets lost in the Second World War

A greener, cleaner, more attractive place.

Building a truly sustainable, clean, and green development

Investing in Castle Park with improved access and more green spaces to enjoy

New shops, café’s bars, restaurants and flexible workspaces

Hundreds of jobs to support Bristol’s economy

A programme of public art activities and events

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