Plans for a new 17,000 capacity concert arena on the former Filton Airfield site have been approved, despite concerns about its potential impacts on traffic congestion. The target opening date for the venue is “early 2023”.Continue reading
The owners of the Abbey Wood Shopping Park have submitted a planning application for a Travelodge hotel and a Greggs drive-through on land close to the MoD Roundabout on the A4174 in Filton. The proposed site lies just to the east of the existing McDonald’s restaurant.Continue reading
The company behind the redevelopment of the former Filton Airfield has submitted plans to create the UK’s third biggest entertainment arena complex within three redundant hangars on the site.
YTL Developments (UK) Ltd has submitted a suite of four planning applications to Bristol City Council and South Gloucestershire Council…Continue reading
The delayed redevelopment of a currently vacant major industrial site on the corner of Gipsy Patch Lane and the A38 Gloucester Road could be moving closer after a ‘reserved matters’ planning application was submitted to South Gloucestershire Council. The 26.5ha Rolls-Royce East Works site already has outline planning permission for a mixed use development comprising offices, light industry, general industry,Continue reading
The King George VI public house, on the corner of Filton Avenue and Station Road, looks set to be converted to a retail outlet after a ‘change of use’ planning application was submitted to South Gloucestershire Council. The application, made by Brewers, a national chain of decorating material suppliers, seeks permission to change the use of the building from ‘publicContinue reading
South Gloucestershire councillors are to carry out an inspection of the Filton Police Station site this Friday (14th February) to assess the impact of a proposed redevelopment that would see the construction of 18 affordable homes. The public meeting, due to start at around 11.15am, will see members of the Development Control (West) Sites Inspection Sub-Committee assess “the impact on theContinue reading