Inspiring great place-making
This is a survey about the future of the Bearpit:
Proposals include a surface level walkway linking the centre with Stokes Croft. 3D mockups give an idea of how this might look and work. Be prepared to set aside 10 minutes or more if you really want to get to grips with the plans and info!
Could you help shape the future of Bristol city centre?
Bristol City Council has set out a vision for Bristol city centre which rebalances the public realm in favour of the pedestrian and is inviting your comments.…Continue
Added by Andy Gibbins on March 29, 2012 at 16:30 — No Comments
The Landscape Institute have published an important new guide illustrating the profession of landscape architecture, what makes great places, and the services that landscape professionals can offer to prospective clients. Download a copy here:…Continue
Added by Richard Goldthorpe on March 28, 2012 at 14:00 — No Comments
In my role as City Archaeologist, I have been fortunate in being able to visit one of the most exciting development sites being built in the city - the old Courages Brewery which closed in 1999. I thought that I would share some photos with you which show the development as it progresses.…Continue
Added by Bob Jones on February 21, 2012 at 13:40 — No Comments
To mark HRH The Duke of Edinburgh’s contribution to the promotion of UK design, the Design Council commissioned a one-off book of original artworks drawn by over forty of the Prizes’ previous winners, nominees and judges including Sir Terence Conran, Vivienne Westwood, Jeff Banks, Lord Norman Foster, Kenneth Grange and Sir Paul Smith. Here are some of the contributions.......…Continue
Added by Richard Goldthorpe on January 24, 2012 at 14:30 — No Comments
Mary Portas has published her long awaited report into reviving the UK's high streets, with 28 recommendations to save them.
See what you think here......The Portas Review
and here are just some of the press and trade responses to the report........…Continue
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