Bristol council housebuilder shortlists architects for 110-home scheme


Source: Goram Homes/Bristol Housing Festival

Goram Homes has put designers including HTA, Groupwork and Levitt Bernstein in the running for city centre car park competition

Bristol City Council-owned Goram Homes has shortlisted four design teams in a competition to redevelop a city-centre car park in the shadow of a grade I-listed church into an “inspiring and inclusive” housing development.

Groupwork with McGregor Coxall & Hydrock; Levitt Bernstein; FBM Architects and HTA Design have been chosen to enter the second stage of the competition process to create new homes on the 0.32ha site of Portwall Lane car park, on Redcliffe Way.

The site, which is north of the gothic St Mary Redcliffe Church, has been earmarked for redevelopment for more than a decade. Goram Homes’ design competition for the scheme was launched in March in conjunction with Redcliffe Residents’ Action Group and Neighbourhood Forum and Bristol Festival of Housing.

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