Nicholas Pearson Associates has helped secure outline planning consent for the University of Bristol’s proposed new Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus.
Nicholas Pearson Associates prepared the External Realm Masterplan, Verified Views and Townscape and Visual Impact Assessment.
Our public realm concept set out a variety of high quality, flood resilient and connected public open spaces for the city to enjoy making the most of the site’s attributes: Temple Meads Station, the river, the floating harbour and the adjacent Arena island site. Proposals emerged from a thorough understanding of the Bristol City Council adopted Spatial Framework and Public Realm Strategy. Green space and landscape were shown to benefit city life through the accompanying Health Impact Assessment process.
Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Guy Orpen said: “Our vision is for an open and welcoming campus, with high-quality buildings and inspiring public spaces. We want citizens and visitors to spend time here, whether it’s relaxing by the waterside… or working with the University to develop innovations for societal benefit.”