Have your say: Plans to build 33 homes on old swimming pool site at Filwood Broadway

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Aerial view of the site

Plans for 33 homes on the old swimming pool site at Filwood Broadway are now online for residents to give feedback – with the consultation live until 7 May.

The proposed development by local housing association LiveWest will be a mix of houses and apartments – with a proportion being affordable homes.

The old swimming pool, which was built in 1962, closed in 2005 and was later demolished – and the site has lain empty since.

Current view of the site from the junction of Filwood Broadway and Hartcliffe Road.

The new homes will be a mix of one, two and three bedrooms, all houses will have private gardens and the apartments will have private and communal gardens.

There will be 37 car parking spaces – with eight of them for electric vehicles and two accessible spaces. Bike storage will also be provided as part of the development. Access for both pedestrians, cycles and vehicles will be from Filwood Broadway.

Corner view of the planned development between Filwood Broadway and Hartcliffe Road.
View of the proposed homes at the junction of Creswicke Road and Filwood Broadway.

LiveWest says due to the removal of some trees during the development – the scheme will include “substantial new tree planting” and there will be landscaping both within the gardens and public areas.

Have your say

Residents are being urged to look at the emerging proposals and take part in a questionnaire to add their opinions to the scheme.

To ensure the consultation is COVID secure – there are three ways you can engage with LiveWest:

• Through the website: www.filwoodbroadway-consultation.co.uk

• Consultation boards being displayed at the Filwood Broadway former pool site.

• By calling 01934 526133, and leaving your name and address, for paper copies of the consultation and questionnaire to be posted to you.

Please can all responses be made by midnight on Friday 7th May.

Visit https://filwoodbroadway-consultation.co.uk/the-proposal/