The picturesque landscape works as a series of spaces moving through the
garden and allows the user to enjoy the experience of uncovering and
discovering within the trees.
The design responds to the Victorian architecture through alignment. Formality of
the layout of the hard surfaces is then complimented by the rich diversity in the
arrangement and characters of spaces skirting the
Planning HistoryPre-application consultation took place in November 2014. Working in close dialogue with the BCC, Bristol urban Design Forum, The Civic Society, Redland and Cotham Amenity Society and local residents the scheme developed into a full planning application. it was submitted in April 2015 with decision for approval received by committee in August 2016.
|Architect:||Allford Hall Monaghan Morris|
|Planning Authority:||Bristol City Council|
|Site size (ha):||1.09|
|Estimated date of completion:||01/2018|
|Schedule of accommodation:||22 x 1 bed / 42 x 2 bed/ 1 x 3 bed|
|Tenure mix:||100% private (retirement living)|
|Size of typical home:||90|
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