Former Bristol brewery to be transformed into 94 homes

Change Real Estate has submitted plans to build 94 new homes in Bristol.


The plans – which have been submitted to Bristol City Council – would see the site of the old Ashton Gate Brewery and Thomas Baynton’s Brewery in Southville transformed into homes as well as 2,000m2 of co-working space and retail units.

The Old Brewery development (pictured above) will include two apartment blocks consisting of seven and eight floors providing market and affordable housing and offering a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments as well as two three-bedroom houses.

The plans are being proposed by the Old Brewery MCC LLP, a joint venture between Change Real Estate and Cannon Family Office.

Ron Persaud, director at Change Real Estate, said: “Proposals for the Old Brewery reflect the rich industrial heritage of the site, providing employment space in the form of flexible co-working opportunities, creating new homes and preserving buildings of historical interest.

“With the Old Brewery we want to help create a community that stands the test of time.

“North Street is a vibrant, bustling and diverse area.

“With local businesses that include the Bristol Beer Factory, the Brewery Theatre and the Tobacco Factory, the Old Brewery will contribute to the creative character of the neighbourhood.”

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