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About Carriageworks

Update Feb 19: The revised elevations showing two design options and a full response to your feedback has been added to the site. Please click here to take a look or go to Key information on the menu above. 

News update Dec 18: Two New CGIs have been produced to show how the new building will look. The CGIs show the frontage from Ashley  Road and junction of Stokes Croft. A brand new CGI showing how the site will look viewed from Picton Street is now on the site -  Click here to take a look

November Public Meeting
Thank you to all who came along to the community meeting - great turn out on a cold damp evening. Wide ranging discussions were had about the proposals and thank you to Lori and the CAG liaison group for chairing/sharing the meeting. Just follow the link to view the revisions Revisions link 

As CGIs are completed they will be added to the web site. Please let us have your feedback over the next few weeks. 

September Public Meeting
On September 12th 2018 there was a great local event to share initial findings on the Carriageworks - many thanks to all those who took part. Details of the presentation and all the materials presented on the night can be seen by clicking this link: CP Public Meeting Information 

We will be sharing further information over the coming weeks on developments at Carriageworks, including demolition, so please watch this space for further information.  

A bit of History 

The PG Group officially acquired the derelict site in November 2017, It has been empty for 35 years and condemned as an eyesore by residents.

The site includes the adjoining historic Grade Two listed Carriageworks building, which dates back to 1862 and is one of the West Country's  top ten most at risk heritages sites.

PG Group intends to build the granted Planning permission without making any substantial changes. This will require demolition of Westmoreland House and the restoration of the Carriageworks facade. the resulting development will create 112 new homes, as well as around 13 business units. Work on site is planned to start in the new year.

The site was formally acquired from London-based Fifth Capital, who were granted planning consent  in July last year. PG Group has said that it is keen to create a development that could contribute positively to the existing vibrant community and that consultations with the Carriage Works Action Group and other local community interest groups has already started. 

This web site will be used to enable the community to contribute to aspects of the development such as the Cultural Plan for the site. 

If you'd like to stay in touch with developments on Carriageworks and Westmorland House, please click THIS LINK

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