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Sheppard Robson wins planning for Bristol brewery site regeneration - images

Sheppard Robson Architects has won planning permission for this £200 million mixed-use scheme in Bristol.

The project, backed by American developer HDG Mansur, aims to regenerate the former Courage Brewery site in the city's Redcliffe conservation area.

Sheppard Robson said the plans will provide more than 90,000m2 of commercial, residential, retail and leisure space as well as open public space, including community facilities and pedestrian walkways.

The practice's creative director Tim Evans said: 'The masterplan is defined by the historic street pattern and buildings, with elements of the historic fabric incorporated and contrasted with contemporary architectural set-pieces.'

Construction of the project, called Finzel's Reach, will be managed in phases, starting with a 15,000m2 commercial space this month.

Completion of the redevelopment is expected towards the end of 2010.

by Richard Vaughan

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