Major new homes sites announced
Published on: 22 Nov 2017
A MAJOR new housing development near Cheswick over two sites, Constable/Crome Road and the Romney House area, has been announced.
A very well-attended consultation event was held at the Cameron Centre where residents could view plans and leave comments.
Bristol City Council says: “The council held its first consultation on these two sites on October 10 and residents attended from the Lockleaze and Aurora Spring, Cheswick Village area.
“The council received a number of comments on the displayed proposals that will feed into the planning process before applications for Planning Permission are developed.”
The proposals for new housing on the vacant sites along Constable Road and Crome Road show that the new development would provide a mixture of two, three and four bedroom houses and one and two bedroom flats.
The proposal also includes three single-storey small business units to provide some additional employment space for the area.
On-street parking is provided along Constable Road with a rear parking court serving an apartment building on the corner of Crome Road and Constable Road.
The new houses along Crome Road would have some off-street parking to the front of each house.
A further consultation on the revised proposals will be held on Monday 4th December 2017 at 7pm at The Cameron Centre, Cameron Walk, Lockleaze, BS7 9XB.