A development on the rural-urban edge of Bristol.
Longmoor is a residential masterplan being brought forward for outline planning consent. The masterplan represents the strategic development opportunity to deliver a sustainable community consolidating the rural-urban fringe of Bristol.
The masterplan will yield circa 510 homes alongside infrastructure and landscape improvements. Originally a landfill site, Longmoor sits at one of the key gateways into the city. Longmoor is an opportunity to redefine Bristol’s city edge and contribute significantly to housing objectives of Bristol City Council.
Bound by the Metrobus M2 route between Ashton Vale and Temple Meads, Longmoor sits adjacent the Long Ashton Park & Ride and the Silbury Road stop. An existing footpath network also surrounds and feeds into the masterplan site, creating connections into the Ashton Vale housing estate and out toward Long Ashton. This makes Longmoor one of the best-connected development opportunities in the region.
Longmoor is a proposal linked to the development of the Ashton Gate Sporting Quarter. The provision of new homes in the masterplan alongside the Sporting Quarter’s proposed mixed uses forecast to provide substantial social and economic benefits, as well as serve as a catalyst for regeneration in South Bristol.
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Bristol’s new frontier