Have your say on ‘transformative’ new university campusInnovation
The University of Bristol is planning to build a new £300 million campus at Temple Meads. The development will transform the derelict sorting office and part of Arena Island into an open campus that will be part of the community, help to regenerate the area and benefit the whole city.
The University is working with communities, businesses and the council to shape their plans, which include landmark buildings for teaching, learning and collaboration, with a focus on future digital technologies. They also plan to build a student village and expand their successful enterprise hub, Engine Shed.
Find out more and have your say:
The University wants you to help develop their masterplan, and is currently consulting on their plans. This consultation runs from 19 June 2017 until 21 July 2017 . Your feedback will inform more detailed proposals before an outline planning application is submitted later this year. Find out next how to help:
- Online: www.bristol.ac.uk/TempleQuarter
- Public Exhibitions: 20 June to 7 July at Engine Shed (open 8.30am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday) and Beacon House (open 8am to 7pm Monday to Friday and 10am to 4pm at weekends)
- Consultation events: Engine Shed on 21 June and 5 July, from 3pm to 7pm, and Paintworks on 4 July, from 3pm to 7pm
- Not online? Please call 0117 977 2002 to take part in the consultation
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org