Montpelier in Bristol, England, reflects architectural styles over time. Montpelier Conservation Group strives for this to continue with good design of 21st Century buildings alongside sympathetic refurbishments of existing ones.
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Montpelier Conservation Group
Montpelier Conservation Group is concerned primarily with issues relating to the built environment of Montpelier and its neighbouring areas.
What do we do?
Much of our time is taken with considering planning applications for buildings and attending related meetings. But we have also worked on bringing Montpelier Park to life, on improving road layouts and street furniture, and setting up the MontpelierPages online directory.
Major planning applications, May 2018
Outside Happy Tat and outside 67 Stokes Croft: 2 separate applications for freestanding InLink LED advertising boards with digital services. References 18/01316/F and 18/01317/A for Happy Tat, 18/01723/F and 18/01724/A for 67 Stokes Croft.
Hamilton House: application for certificate of lawfulness for an existing use (sui generis community centre), reference 18/01586/CE.
Hamilton House Block C: application for prior approval for change of use to residential, reference 18/01263/COU, has been refused.
11-13 and 15-19 Stokes Croft: application for bar, micro-brewery, café, restaurant, event space and micro-distillery, reference 18/00695/F.
31-45 Lower Ashley Road: application for 78-bed student accommodation, reference 18/00560/F.
Unit 7, Montpelier Central, Station Road: application for illuminated signs, reference 18/00938/A.
121 Stokes Croft: application for the change of use from a shop to a hot food takeaway, reference 17/05534/F.
YardArts, 17-29 Lower Ashley Road: 4-storey block of flats to provide 37 units, reference 17/01898/F.
All the applications can be viewed here.
Minutes of Meetings
Minutes of our meetings are available to download from the MCG Minutes page.
Other sites of interest
MontpelierPages is a local directory of services in Montpelier.
Know Your Place enables you to explore Montpelier through historic maps, images and linked information.
For planning matters see Bristol City Council planning and building regulations. Here you will also find a link to the Montpelier Character Appraisal which was adopted in 2009.
Other information Bristol-wide is available on the Bristol Civic Society website.
2017 Trivia Quiz
Test your Montpelier knowledge here, complete with the answers!
Why not come along to the next MCG meeting?
Montpelier Conservation Group usually meets once a month.
Proposed meeting dates for 2018 are:
21 May AGM