Whitehouse Street is a regeneration area located at the southern edge of Bristol city centre, between the New Cut, Bedminster Parade and St Luke’s Road. It is flanked to the southwest by the Bedminster Green regeneration area and to the east by the Mead Street regeneration area, which together form a ribbon of development from Bedminster to Temple Meads. The Whitehouse Street regeneration contains eight development plots, four of which have been sub-divided. The area is predominantly occupied by light industrial and commercial uses.
Bristol City Council, in partnership with landowners and the local community, produced a regeneration framework to guide the transformation of the area. The process began in early 2021 and concluded with a formal consultation early in 2023.
Of the framework, Marvin Rees, Mayor for Bristol, said:
“At Whitehouse Street, we want to create a well-connected, healthy neighbourhood with integrated walking and cycling links, as well as high quality public spaces that feel welcoming for all. This is an opportunity to create a low-carbon new community that seamlessly blends homes, public spaces and employment.”