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Tom Russell wins green light for Bristol scout hut

Bristol-based Tom Russell Architects has won planning permission for this timber-boarded scout hut

The scheme will replace a ‘much-loved but dilapidated building’ which had served as a war time barracks before being moved to its current site in St Andrews, Bristol.

The hut will house five different scout and guide groups and become the ‘focus for a wide range of community activities’ in the area. 

Practice founder Tom Russel said: ‘In developing the design we set out to provide a building that offers flexible accommodation for a range of users but retains a strong identity as the familiar local scout hut.’


Project data

Architects: Tom Russell Architects
Location: St Andrews, Bristol
Type Of Project: Scout Hut
Structural Engineers:  Structural Solutions
Project Architects: Tom Russell, Rachel Witham
Client: 63rd Bristol Scout Group & 88th Bristol Guide Group                                      
Tender date: TBC
Start on site date:  TBC

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