Romney House wins two Bristol Property Awards

We’re extremely excited that Romney House has won the Deal Award and the Green Initiative Award in the Bristol Property Awards.

As part of the process to deliver new homes on the Romney House site, Vistry Partnerships bid to support Goram Homes in their ambition to provide new homes in Bristol. The successful proposal by HTA Design encompasses design that is distinctive and affordable, to create a community where people can live, work and play.

Romney House, the currently vacant brownfield site 3 miles north of Bristol City Centre, has been allocated for residential development in the Bristol Local Plan and acts as the final piece of the puzzle connecting Locklease to the south, the new Cheswick Village to the north and the Grade II Listed Stoke Park to the south east.

The scheme provides 268 tenure blind 55% affordable new homes, with designs influenced by the neighbouring ‘Yellow Castle’ Dower House in Stoke Park. The historic parkland is furthermore brought into the site by means of the new public linear park that is central to the scheme.

Read what Eve Murzyn, Senior Associate, wrote about the blog reflecting upon the changing requirements of homes during the Covid pandemic here.

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