City Centre developments

City Centre developments

Information on developments in Bristol City Centre and how to take part in our City Centre Framework consultation.

Consultation: draft City Centre Framework

Closing date: 14 May 2018

Visit our online survey site to read the draft City Centre Framework and give us your feedback.

Take part in the consultation

The draft City Centre Framework sets out:

  • how to improve getting into and moving around Bristol City Centre
  • the potential for developments and enhancing public spaces

The Framework focuses on: Bristol Shopping Quarter, Old City, Castle Park, North Redcliffe and the gateway into the city from the M32.

Presentation and workshops event

Presentation and workshops to discuss and provide feedback on the draft City Centre Framework.

Time and date: 6pm to 7.30pm,  16 April 2018

Location: Conference Hall, City Hall, College Green, Bristol, BS1 5TR

To find out more and book a place visit our Shaping the future of Bristol City Centre eventbrite page.

Pop up exhibitions

Visit our pop up exhibitions that we're holding in Bristol from 27 March 2018 to 3 May 2018.

These are to give information on the Framework.

Exhibition times and locations:

  • 5pm to 8pm, 20 April: St Nicholas Night Market, St Nicholas Market, Glass Arcade, Corn Street
  • 2pm to 5pm, 23 April: Citizen Service Point, 100 Temple Street, Bristol, BS1 6AG
  • 10am to 1pm, 28 April: Junction 3 Library, Baptist Mills Court, Easton
  • 3.30pm to 6.30pm, 3 May: Central Library foyer, Deanery Road, Bristol, BS1 5TL

Post us a survey

You can pick up a survey and view a reference copy of the City Centre Framework document in all Bristol libraries or at the Citizen Service Point.

You can send us your survey in the freepost envelope provided.

Current and planned projects 


The transport projects in Bristol City Centre are:

When completed these projects will provide more reliable traffic flows and improved public spaces.

Shopping and leisure

There are plans to regenerate part of the Bristol Shopping Quarter known as Callowhill Court.

See Better Broadmead for more information.


There are plans for housing across the City Centre. Examples include:


Examples of major enterprise projects in the City Centre include:


Culture plays a significant role in the City Centre in terms of heritage, events and places to visit.  

Examples of investment recently completed, underway or planned include: