£94.7m funding has been announced for the Bristol Temple Quarter and St Philip’s Marsh regeneration programme.
Proposals to guide the revitalisation of the area around Mead Street, near Bristol Temple Meads, have been published.
Mead Street regeneration – early engagement on guiding principles and early concepts is currently taking place – you can find out more and give your feedback: Engagement page
Rail passengers are set to see the historic Bristol Temple Meads brought back to its former glory with a huge restoration programme getting underway this summer. Network Rail’s plans have reached an important milestone [...]
Road closures are scheduled at Temple Gate for overnight works from today, Wednesday 30 October, until Friday 15 November. The majority of the works are expected to complete by Friday [...]
Next stage of the Temple Gate project will see High Friction Surfacing (HFS) installed at junctions and on bus lanes from Monday 30 September. The installation of anti-skid road surfacing [...]
The new road layout at Temple Gate will be resurfaced over a three week period of night works marking a major milestone in work to transform the busy traffic intersection. [...]
A major revamp of one of Bristol’s busiest traffic intersections by Temple Meads Station is nearing completion. Two night closures tomorrow (Wednesday 17 April) and Monday 22 April (Easter Monday) [...]
On 6 November Bristol City Council’s Cabinet will be asked to authorise the compulsory purchase of land including the derelict Grosvenor Hotel on Temple Gate, giving a further boost to [...]
Bristol City Council’s Cabinet has decided to explore plans for a mixed development on Temple Island instead of an arena. The decision today (Tuesday 4 September) follows a recommendation by [...]