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Southmead Regeneration – Working for the Community

Using information gathered from our extensive community plan, Southmead Development Trust have begun an exciting project to regenerate the centre of Southmead. The initial concept includes over 300 diverse new homes and the introduction of new community infrastructure as well as an improved streetscape. We are making a huge effort to make sure that Southmead’s community have every opportunity to voice their opinions and that the wider Bristol community are aware of our project so that interest and input can be generated in the ongoing regeneration of Southmead.

Southmead is perfectly poised in Bristol’s northern arc to become a key area for connectivity and a place which deserves an urban fabric as rich as its community


Posted: 16/07/2018
This year’s Southmead Festival was a great success all round. From jiving to jerk chicken, we had it all! The Southmead Regeneration stall was a new addition and created a lot of interest in the community. Southmead Development Trust joined forces with Nash Architects, Streets Re-imagined and Bristol City Council’s Urban Design Team to talk […]

Posted: 13/07/2018
Visit us on the ‘Shape Your Place’ stand at the Southmead Festival 2018.  We’ll have a Lego building area for your children (or big kids) to show us what they like to create, while we share with you the Southmead Development Trust’s aspirations to ensure our community is provided with the amenities and facilities that […]

Posted: 11/03/2017
We held four public consultations in spring 2016 and invited residents to consider the idea of more housing and shops around Glencoyne Square, which is owned by both Bristol City Council and private landlords (primarily the churches). We continue to work hard in exploring options in meetings with land owners, potential funders, and in particular […]

Posted: 24/01/2017
You may have caught the article in the Bristol Post today about plans to regenerate and rejuvenate the space around Glencoyne Square. Led by the Southmead Development Trust (SDT) in consultation with residents, local groups* got together last summer to try to work out how our area could be improved and, most importantly, how affordable […]