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An innovative co-operative housing group in Bristol has drawn up a shortlist of six local architects for a £1 million development. The Kingsdown Community Society, formed by a group of local residents, chose Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects, Architecton with Hallett & Pollard, Ferguson Mann, Inscape Architects, former Feilden Clegg Bradley architect Jonathan Hetreed and Quattro Design. The six have been briefed to draw up options for a small scale housing development and will present their designs for an eight- unit scheme at a public display on 4 June. Last year the community group banded together to buy the site, a parcel of land on a hilltop overlooking the city centre. It hopes to make a profit on the housing development which will be ploughed back into other community projects.

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