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Proposals for the restoration of Stoke Park , Bristol

Stewart Harding

Proposals for the restoration of Stoke Park , Bristol

by Stewart Harding

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Published by Stoke Park Restoration Trust in Bristol .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Stewart Harding for the Stoke Park Restoration Trust.
The Physical Object
Pagination45p. :
Number of Pages45
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13852872M

The Dower House, Stoke Park is a building in Bristol, is one Bristol's more prominent landmarks, set on Purdown, a hill above the M32 motorway on the main approach into the city, and painted yellow.. The house was built in by Sir Richard t by Norborne Berkeley, 4th Baron Botetourt circa , it eventually became used as a dower house by the Dukes of Beaufort at. In particular, Bristol City Council’s adopted Cycling Strategy proposes the creation of the “Purdown Quietway”, a traffic-free cycle route linking St Werburghs with UWE through Stoke Park via Sir John’s Lane and Hermitage Wood. This should form a key part of the improvement plans for Stoke Park.

Stoke Park Estate (the parkland) has 2, members. Please find attached a letter from Mr Simons regarding the secondary school being built on Romney Avenue and the proposal that Stoke Park join The Cathedral Schools Trust. Cover letter Parents Q & A 2. Stoke Park Primary Stoke Park Schools Romney Avenue Bristol BS7 9BY [email protected]

Bristol City Council will now submit the proposal to the West of England Combined Authority for consideration, and begin to put together Traffic Regulation Orders and planning applications. Both require further public consultation, so there will be more opportunities for the public to share their views before the proposed start date of summer Highways England and Bristol City Council are embarking on a new project to restore part of the historic Stoke Park Estate landscape alongside the M32 gateway into Bristol, in parallel with other ongoing projects in the park. Standing within Stoke Park is one of Bristol’s more prominent landmarks, The Dower House. The imposing, built.


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Proposals for the restoration of Stoke Park , Bristol by Stewart Harding Download PDF EPUB FB2

Information on the improvement works at Stoke Park, volunteering and how to keep informed about the works. Accessible path proposal Why we want to upgrade a path in Stoke Park, the outcome of the public consultation and what we'll do next.

Stoke Park improvement work to - Uncontrolled scrub and young woodland has damaged the 18th Century Thomas Wright parkland landscape and historic views and made some areas inaccessible. It is part of the council's Stoke Park improvement works expected to take place between and Bristol City Council's route options for a new path in Stoke Park (Image: Bristol.

Stoke Park, and advises on its future management and conservation. Stoke Park is Bristol book grade II registered historic park, most of which has been owned by Bristol City Council sinceand is currently on Historic England’s Heritage at Risk Register.

overbridge, Sims Hill and Stoke Park. The Civic Society also noted that involvement and activity in the park should be the priority; this view will be shared by at least some of the proposed project funders. It was with some surprise that general consultees rated prioritisation of repair and restoration proposals just above activity proposals.

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Friends of Stoke Park member Stephen Bartle presented a petition asking for the proposals to be thrown out on the grounds they would “visually harm the very thing that is so special” about the area and cause “conflict.

Friends of Stoke Park member Stephen Bartle presented a petition asking for the proposals to be thrown out on the grounds they would “visually. Greenbelt proposal by the Consortium: The new Trust proposed for Stoke Park would be set up to manage the estate and run by two trustees, who would be employees of the Greenbelt Company, and two other Trustees.

The current proposal is that these should be a representative of both Bristol City Council and South Gloucestershire Council. CLS 1//2 Holmwood, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol Avon Birse Homes Ltd. Debois Landscape Survey Group An Evaluation of the Historic Landscape Hard copy CLS 1//2 Stoke Park, Bristol Avon Thomas Wright/Frenchay Health Authority and Bristol City Council Land Use Consultants Draft Stoke Park Masterplan Hard copy.

Stoke Park occupies a wedge of open land extending from 2km to 5km north-east of the centre of Bristol. The ha park occupies the scarped and indented eastern flank of Purdown, a ridge of lias limestone rising to c 90m above sea level and commanding wide views over Kingswood, Bristol and the valley of the River Frome.

Images & Books Find Photos no 15 (14 April ), pp J R Russell, Three Garden Buildings by Thomas Wright in Stoke Park, Bristol () Garden Hist no 1 (), pp ; 24, no 1 (), p Bristol and Avon Archaeology 8, (), pp M Batey and D Lambert, The English Garden Tour (), pp Stoke Park Restoration.

essential to the design concept of the heritage assetsat Stoke Park and by removing intrusive elements where this is compatible with operational and statutory restrictions. The Park: the Repton plan () and the First Edition OS plan () will be used to guide conservation and restoration of planting in the park.

Stoke Park is a public open space of hectares ( acres) in Bristol, occupies a prominent position on the eastern flanks of Purdown, alongside the M32 motorway, together with the landmark Dower House and Purdown transmitter.

Approximately 80% of the park is within the Bristol ward of Lockleaze, the remainder within South Gloucestershire. Vital conservation work to restore Bristol's historic Stoke Park The council's parks team will be holding a walk and talk on January 11 and 12 at pm to explain the restoration work taking place.

They will meet at The Vench, Romney Avenue, BS7 9TB. Stoke Park Stoke Park is a large area of Parkland on the edge of the town centre of Guildford, Surrey, England donated to Guildford by the Lord Onslow in with the express wish that it "remain for all time a lung of the town", Between London Road and Parkway, two of the four arterial roads to the A3(M), Stoke Park is largest park within the town signed area of Guildford.

Bristol City Council are consulting on a long term plan for Stoke Park, to protect its important historic and ecological features as well as providing opportunities for people to enjoy the parkland. The development of a Conservation Management Plan on which many of the proposals are based has been supported by Historic England.

They developed the Stoke Park Dower House and other buildings in Bristol into the Stoke Park Colonies. It was the first institution of its kind to be certified under the Mental Deficiency Act. It became licensed inand had over beds, when.

Vital conservation work will start at Stoke Park in the New Year. The estate has received around £, of Countryside Stewardship funding from Natural England to carry out significant work over the next two years.

This money has been matched funded using some of the Stoke Park dowry money which can only be used for work on the estate. Stoke Park is of considerable interest as the best documented and most complete surviving landscape design by Thomas Wright.

The parkland and woodland have recently undergone partial restoration as public open space. Stoke Park House was built in by Sir Richard Berkeley, and the estate passed through several generations of the : 18K. Stoke Park Sculpture Trail. 1K likes. Sculpture Trail in Stoke Park Estate, Lockleaze, Bristol.

In Stoke Green Park, residents have provided a popular play area for younger children, restored the Joseph Levy clock, planted a new avenue of trees – many of which were sponsored by local people in memory of loved ones – and created a stunning tree sculpture.© Stoke Park Limited - Company No: (England and Wales) - Reg.

Office: Stoke Park, Park Road, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire SL2 4PG. heritage asset that Stoke Park Estate could become to the Bristol region. Context 1. Stoke Park is a Registered Historic Park in a prominent location overlooking the M32 and forming an important element in the setting and entrance to Bristol (See map attached as Appendix A).

The park was designed and developed by Thomas Wright between and.