Artist’s impression of Princess Street from St Luke’s Road.

Welcome to Whitehouse Street

The regeneration of the area around Whitehouse Street will transform this part of Bedminster from a brownfield industrial estate into a thriving mixed neighbourhood of homes, jobs, and better community, cultural and public spaces. Around 2,000 new homes and up to 15,000m2 of new employment space will be within easy reach of day-to-day amenities, key public transport connections, public services, local centres and further employment opportunities.

A well-connected community

In line with our aspiration to build a well-connected and healthy neighbourhood, new and improved sustainable travel routes will be created along with high-quality public realm and improvements to play spaces.

Whitehouse Street will be a balanced and inclusive community that can help Bedminster thrive and grow. With a commitment to no net loss of jobs, Whitehouse Street will deliver a range of employment spaces to meet both existing economic demands and the needs of regional growth sectors.

A pink double decker bus is pulled up at Dalby Avenue bus stop as two people wait to board.
Castle Park Energy Centre building alongside river.

City’s low-carbon district heat network

The new homes at Whitehouse Street will be connected to the city’s low-carbon district heat network. A district energy centre will be built as part of the regeneration to make sure homes are provided with a cheap, reliable and low-carbon source of heat. The decarbonisation of heat is a crucial step in achieving Bristol’s goal to become a carbon neutral city by 2030.

Find out more about Bristol’s Heat Network.

Project Partners

Whitehouse Street project is being brought forward as a collaboration between landowners, technical experts and the local community.

Bristol City Council logo
Action Greater Bedminster logo
Marengo Communications logo
Galliard Apsley Partnership logo
Goram Homes logo
Hill logo
Savills logo
Stantec logo
Stride Treglown logo

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Project news

News, updates and events from the Bedminster Green project and the local area.

  • Illustration of riverside a buildings with the wording Bristol City Leap at the top.

    Community grants on offer to help decarbonise Bristol

    Bristol City Leap has £1.5 million to support local community organisations to deliver energy projects over the next five years through grants of between £1,000 and £50,000 and 0% interest loans. Bristol City Leap Community [...]

    25 October, 2023


  • Aerial view of The Spring Street Temporary School development site.

    The Spring Street Temporary School has received planning approval

    Three temporary buildings will be constructed on the site comprising classrooms, staff offices and a dining hall and kitchen.

    8 August, 2023


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