Gas Works site, Anchor Road, Bristol

30 August 2016: progress on the Brandon Yard redevelopment plans.
Discussions with planning officers at Bristol City Council have continued over the summer, and design proposals are taking shape by a new developer who has bought the site. They have had “constructive meetings” with neighbouring residents’ associations.
They held a public exhibition of the latest plans at the Harbourside Pavilion (above Spitfire Barbeque Restaurant) at Hannover Quay, Harbourside on the 13th of September.

Gas works site

They had lopped off a seventh storey! but it is still six storeys high. I leave you to decide if they are sympathetic to the location!

Gas works site
Gas works site

They hope to submit their planning application later this Autumn.

Please ensure you post the feedback form to:
Brandon Yard
c/o Sulis Public Affairs
The Guild
High Street
Bath BA1 5EB,
Alternatively, scan and email it to johnny@sulispublicaffairs.co.uk. Please ensure that completed feedback forms reach them by Wednesday 21st September 2016.

2011: 11/03266/F, 11/03267/LA| Refurbishment and conversion of West Purifier House to provide commercial floorspace (Class B1), the Engine House (Class A3); erection of four storey building to provide commercial floorspace (Class B1), associated disabled parking, cycle parking, landscaping and boundary treatment.

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June 2013

The Bristol-based Soil Association has announced it is putting together a planning application which will eventually see it moving into the historic gasworks on the northern side of the harbour. The multi-million plans will see the conversion of the derelict site into a modern office along with a new café, flats and art gallery. The charity, which champions organic food, has been hoping to move into a new headquarters for more than three years and already owns the site.
Granted December 2011

Jan 08: 07/03750/F PURIFIER HOUSE GASFERRY ROAD BRISTOL Plans to develop the last remaining corner of the city’s Harbourside area have been given the go-ahead by councillors. At a planning meeting on Wednesday, developer Deeley Freed was given permission to convert the old Purifier House in Gasferry Road into shops, offices and flats. Erection of three/four storey building to provide ten residential apartments, retail use and restaurant. The building is the site of a former gasworks which dates back to the 1820s.