26 October 2018

The 118 units will be housed in two seven and eight storey residential blocks within the second development phase of Redcliff Quarter, the £250 million regeneration project in Bristol’s city centre.

A2Dominion, which manages over 750 homes in Bristol, will market the homes for private rent under its FABRICA brand, alongside the already completed 128 unit scheme with ground floor retail in phase one of Redcliff Quarter.

The new residential blocks will front onto a new residential street running from Redcliff Street to St Thomas Street, adjacent to the completed homes in phase one, and will include four street-level restaurants.

The Redcliff Quarter regeneration scheme is set to transform a derelict 3.3-acre site in central Bristol with new homes, a hotel, independent restaurants, a foodhall, and up to 20,000 sq ft of new office accommodation. 

Redcliff’s artisanal character and industrial history is reflected in the development’s architecture, and the streetscape will be enhanced by green space in courtyard and rooftop gardens, terraces and balconies.

Once complete, the vibrant urban destination will contribute 400-500 jobs and an estimated £7 million per annum to the local economy.

Head of real estate development at Burges Salmon, Ross Polkinghorne says: “We are delighted to have worked with Redcliff MCC on phase 2 at Redcliff Quarter. Phase 1 is just about to complete and it is making a dramatic impact on this new quarter in central Bristol.”

Ron Persaud, director of Change Real Estate, says: “Our vision for Redcliff Quarter is for a vibrant and inspirational development, influenced by the character and heritage of this historic area of Bristol and we are very pleased that Burges Salmon has played in part in delivering this vision.”


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Ross Polkinghorne

Ross Polkinghorne Partner

  • Built Environment
  • Development and Regeneration
  • Infrastructure

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