- October 29, 2020
- Posted by: SportsV
- Categories: Home News, Industry News, News, Press Releases
Ashton Gate is starting the next round of consultation on its Sporting Quarter proposals, which include Longmoor Village, with a view to submitting a planning application in the New Year.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic the usual planned face-to-face meetings and presentations are no longer possible, so two new interactive websites have been designed and launched to outline all of the proposals in detail and to answer any questions that people may have.
The two proposed developments are Ashton Gate’s Sporting Quarter and a new residential development 500m west of the stadium named Longmoor Village. You can read an overview of the proposed developments by clicking here or click on the links above to the specific proposal.
A video presentation by the Project Team will take place in mid/end November to present the plans for both projects in detail and answer all of the questions that have been submitted via the websites.
Ashton Gate’s vision is to create a world-class sporting quarter for the city of Bristol. A two-site development, which will see an iconic 4,000-seater home for the Bristol Flyers Basketball team at Ashton Gate and a new urban village development, named Longmoor Village, 500m from the stadium.
These latest proposals are brought to you by the same project team that successfully delivered the £45m Ashton Gate rebuild in 2016.
At its heart a major new state-of-the-art Sport & Convention Centre (SCC) providing an iconic home for the Bristol Flyers basketball team and supporting multiple sports, entertainment, events and community uses
To submit your question to the Project Team click here.
Lisa Knights, Chief of Communications for Ashton Gate and Bristol Sport, is one of the 50+ high-level speakers confirmed to share insights at the next edition of ALSD International.