Ashton Vale - Temple Meads Listed Building/Conservation Area Consents

 Bristol City Council and North Somerset Council (the Councils) are jointly developing and promoting a major cross-boundary public transport scheme from Ashton Vale to Temple Meads and Bristol City Centre which will provide:

  • High quality passenger facilities and vehicles; 
  • Faster, more reliable journey times; and
  • Integrated pedestrian and cycling facilities.

A Transport and Works Act Order (TWAO) for the scheme was submitted to the Department for Transport on Thursday 10 June 2010.

 

Listed Building Consents and Conservation Area Consents

 

In consequence of purposes or proposals included in the above mentioned Order, the Councils are applying to Bristol City Council for listed building consent to carry out the works specified below 

 Address or description of the building/structure  Works in respect of which listed building consent is sought

 

Ashton Avenue Bridge

Ref No: 11/02494/LA

Adaptation, alterations to the deck and incorporation of new attached bridge structure for pedestrians and cyclists

 

Vauxhall Bridge

Ref No: 11/02492/LA

Adaptations to enable the clearance of the existing railway span to be increased by 350 millimetres

 

Prince Street Bridge

Ref No: 11/02491/LA

Adaptations and strengthening works to the underside of the bridge and alterations to the deck

 

On the same basis, the Councils are applying to Bristol City Council for conservation area consents to carry out the works specified below

 Address or description of the building/structure Works in respect of which conservation area consents is sought

 

Green metal shed structure located to the east of the A Bond building, Bristol

Ref No: 11/02495/LC

Demolition of green metal shed structure

 

Jubilee House, Wapping Road, Bristol

Ref No: 11/02496/LC

Demolition of Jubilee House

 

Railings between Cumberland Road and Bristol Harbour Railway track

Ref No: 11/02493/LC

 Removal of a section of railings

 

Links to the relevant documents are below - and you may also like to read the Heritage Design Access Statement for the scheme which gives background information.

Heritage Design and Access Statement and Appendices A - C 

Heritage Design and Access Statement Appendicies D-E

Heritage Design and Access Statement Appendicies F-H

 

Ashton Avenue Swing Bridge

Ref No: 11/02494/LA

 

LBC Application form

LBC Application letter

Certificate B and covering letters 

 Location plan

 Proposed 1 of 2        Proposed 2 of 2

 

Vauxhall Bridge

Ref No: 11/02492/LA

 

LBC Application form  

LBC Application letter

Location plan        

Exisiting                Proposed

 

Prince Street Bridge

Ref No: 11/02491/LA

 

LBC Application Form  

LBC Application letter

Certificate B and covering letter

Location plan        Proposed

Green Metal Shed

Ref No: 11/02495/LC

 

CAC Application form   

CAC Application letter

Certificate B and covering letters

Location plan

Jubliee House

Ref No: 11/02496/LC

 

CAC Application form 

CAC Application letter

Certificate B  and covering letters

Location Plan       Proposal

Cumberland Road Railings

Ref No: 11/02493/LC

 

CAC Application form  

CAC Application letter

Cross Sections    Ramp 01   Ramp 02

Location plan 01  Location plan 02

Location plan 03   Location plan 04

Figure 1 Wall and Railings

Figure 2 Wall and Railings

Response to English Heritage

 

Alternatively a CD containing the Listed Building Consents and Conservation Area Consents applications is available free of charge from the postal and e-mail address below.

If you have any comments or require further information, please contact: Major Projects Team, Bristol City Council, Brunel House, St Georges Road, Bristol BS1 5UY e-mail : transport@westofengland.org

Any objections to, or other representations about the proposals in the applications for Listed Building Consent and Conservation Area Consent should be sent to the following address, or email, marked with the reference number of the application no later than 11th July 2011:

Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, c/o Development Management Services Bristol City Council, City Development, Brunel House, St Georges Road, Bristol BS1 5UY e-mail : development.management@bristol.gov.uk 

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