Over the last six months we've been consulting on exciting plans for new homes on the former Caravan Club site at Baltic Wharf.

It's a fantastic opportunity - an underutilised and prime harbourside location, close to the city centre where we can deliver much needed market and affordable homes. The proposals include 166 new homes, 40% affordable, and 86% of which will have waterfront views. We are also looking at developing new commercial spaces, a mix of retail, food and beverage, and a dedicated space for artistic and cultural uses.

Our aim has always been to deliver a high-quality, considerate, and appropriate scheme that champions Bristol priorities; quality design, housing and place making, climate change, ecology, active lifestyles and public space for everyone to enjoy.

We are grateful to everyone who has participated and provided feedback, questions and comments, all of which has helped better inform the proposals.

We are now finalising our planning application which we plan to submit this month. If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch.
Find out more and have your say:
PUBLIC CONSULTATIONSeptember 2020 to October 2020

The wider community was invited to comment on the initial plans for Baltic Wharf.
VIRTUAL COMMUNITY PRESENTATIONThursday 8th October 2020 at 7pm

The project team made a virtual presentation on the plans in October 2020. This gave the community a chance to find out more about the plans, ask the project team questions and make suggestions.
FEEDBACK REVIEWOctober 2020 to November 2020

We have refined our plans on the basis of your feedback, ensuring that the plans meet the aspirations of the local community as far as possible.

We anticipate that a planning application for the Baltic Wharf proposals will be submitted to Bristol City Council in early 2021.
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