The council has started to invite people to give their views on the preferred masterplan for what could become the city’s largest housing regeneration scheme at Hengrove Park and Hartcliffe Campus.
The updated plans were created following opinions voiced at previous consultation events, which took place in November.
The new round of events offers an opportunity to shape the final outline planning applications before they are submitted in spring 2018.
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Cllr Paul Smith, cabinet member for homes, said: “We have been listening closely to all the views and opinions we have received as we develop these plans.
“It’s essential that we take the local community on a journey with us throughout this process, which is why we have developed the preferred masterplan taking into account local people’s views.”
The public have until 10th January to have their say on Hartcliffe Campus plans and 31st January for views on the design for Hengrove Park.