The University of Bristol is developing a new campus to the east of Temple Meads which will be “open to everyone”.
The University says the campus “will provide inspiring spaces to meet, learn and make new connections” as well as helping to create “a new inclusive city district in Temple Quarter, contribute to economic growth, revitalisation and job creation.”
Plans for the detailed design of the academic buildings and public spaces will be shared at a public consultation from 9 to 25 September.
You can attend one of the following events:
· Wednesday 18 September, 5-7pm at Hillcrest Primary School, Cemetery Road, Totterdown, Bristol BS4 3DE
· Wednesday 11 September, 6-7:30pm at Engine Shed, Station Approach, Bristol BS1 6QH
· Thursday 12 September, 5-7pm at Barton Hill Settlement, 43 Ducie Road, Bristol BS5 0AX
· Saturday 21 September, 12-2pm at Windmill Hill City Farm, Philip Street, Bristol BS3 4EA
The plans will also be on display at:
Engine Shed, Station Approach, Bristol BS1 6QH
University of Bristol, Beacon House, Queen’s Ave, Bristol BS8 1SE
Feedback can also be left online at bristol.ac.uk/templequarter