O’LearyGoss Architects’ proposals for a new sports complex for Redmaids’ High School have been made public as part of a pre-planning community consultation process. The ambitious proposals provide a new dual aspect pavilion at the heart of their new site in Henbury. The masterplan includes two world class hockey pitches as well as netball and tennis courts, together with space for athletics and cricket. The existing sports and social club and high quality football pitches will be retained on the site.
O’LearyGoss Architects’ design for a small apartment building in south Bristol for Crown Developments has received the approval of Bristol City Council’s Planning Committee. The project, a three storey building providing a mix of one and two bedroom apartments, replaces a redundant commercial premises. With one exception, all apartment have generous terraces or balconies. The form of the building responds to its location at the confluence of three streets, and to the near-storey change in level across the site. The building is contemporary in design, but will be executed in the timeless material of brick, with elements finished in raised seam metal.
The proposal is for a car free development, in line with planning policy, with 20% CO2 reduction through on-site renewable energy generation. The ecological footprint will be enhanced by a biodiverse roof.
O’LearyGoss Architects’ design for a terrace of five houses on a backland site in south Bristol is the subject of a current planning application to Bristol City Council. The site has long been vacant, its last use being a builder’s yard well over a decade ago. Our proposals provide five family houses, each with a south facing garden set over three storeys to take advantage of the steep slope over the site. Each house has a dedicated on-site parking space, with a communal landscaped area to the front enhanced by two retained trees.
O’LearyGoss Architects’ designs for an apartment building in Bedminster, Bristol have been submitted for planning permission. The proposals, for Crown Developments, provide 30 apartments in a building which steps from three storeys to five storeys in height, executed in two colours of brickwork with feature metal cladding.
A communal heating system is located in a retained building on the site. The scheme also includes a small shared south west facing garden for the enjoyment of residents. Most apartments have private balconies or terraces.
The image shows the proposed building, with O’LearyGoss Architects’ conversion of the Robinson Building in the background.