Welcome to our public consultation website. We are consulting the local community on our plans to create a new, vibrant and inclusive community on the former Peugeot dealership and Victoria House site on Clarence Road, sustainably located in central Bristol.
Dandara Living is a developer and operator of ‘build to rent’ sites in the UK, with a portfolio of 2,500 apartments and 180,000 sqft of commercial, retail and community space already under management. In 2021 the company was voted number one property management operator in the UK on Homeviews.
We are currently developing proposals for the creation of a new mixed-use development on Clarence Road, in one of the city’s most well-connected locations for jobs and public transport links. Plans include around 400 new homes as well as flexible ground floor commercial and community space and extensive investment into the public realm. The development forms part of the Temple Quarter regeneration area, which is set to deliver 10,000 new homes to Bristol. Bristol is currently experiencing a serious housing shortage which the Temple Quarter regeneration area is helping to address.
As operators as well as developers, we are going to be members of the community for the long-term. Our goal therefore is to work together with all stakeholders to help build a thriving new neighbourhood we can be part of.
Creating a vibrant, sustainable and attractive place with a mix of uses for everyone.
412 apartments comprising 58% one bed, 35% 2 bed and 7% 3 bed, all meet national space standards.
Targeting provision of 20% discounted rental units which would benefit from all the resident facilities proposed.
Plenty of communal space including shared work and social spaces, gym and gardens exceeding Urban Living SPD requirements.
Widened pavements, segregated cycle lane, 584 cycle spaces, 45 car parking spaces (including DDA and electric charging).
Low-carbon development, with onsite renewable energy, connected to heat network.
Substantial increase with extensive street, courtyard and rooftop planting.
Great architecture for gateway site with important views and buildings protected.
Ideas welcome on how we can support the existing community with opportunities at ground floor.
We are consulting the local community on plans for 412 new homes for rent on the site formerly occupied by the Peugeot car dealership and Victoria House.
We know that people will be interested in our proposals which we want to shape in partnership with residents, businesses and organisations to make sure this development will benefit everyone.
Please give us your feedback on this website, or join us at our public exhibition where you can talk to our team.
The event will be held on:
Tuesday, May 17
The Engine Shed , Station Approach, Redcliffe, Bristol BS1 6QH
The deadline for feedback is Monday 6 June.
We will review all feedback to inform our proposals before submitting a planning application to Bristol City Council.