East Bedminster is changing. Bristol City Council, Mayor of Bristol Marvin Rees, and development partners are working to deliver new homes and community infrastructure, support the local economy and create new jobs, and improve green spaces in the area. Connected by a restored River Malago, green corridors with new trees and planting, and new or improved walking, cycling and public transport routes, East Bedminster will be a thriving hub for existing and new residents of south Bristol.
The regeneration area stretches from Bedminster Bridge and Whitehouse Street in the east, to the Sheene Road junction of the A38 in the west, and from East Street at its northern permitter to the train line and leafy Victoria Park in the south. The area covers a diverse area of homes, retail, community spaces, and green and open areas.
East Bedminster Regeneration is made up of two Bristol City Council projects: Bedminster Green and Whitehouse Street. With East Street and Bedminster Parade at their heart, the two projects will breathe new life into the local economy, and help businesses, community groups and individuals in the area to thrive as the population grows.