Dear Bristol City Council,

Please confirm the status of the Redcliffe wharf derelict spaces in terms of development.

Please update on any tender for security of the site

Please update with most recent risk assessment for the site

Yours faithfully,

Richard Carey

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Dear Richard Carey
Thank you for submitting your Public Information Request dated 08/07/2019. Your unique reference for this case is CRN00235136 , please use should you need to get in touch with us in the future. 
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"Customer Relations Team" <complaints.feedback@bristol.gov.uk>, Bristol City Council

You sent us a Freedom of Information request on 08/07/2019

Your request number is CRN00235136

Our reply to your request is:  

 
 

 
 
 

Please confirm the status of the Redcliffe wharf derelict spaces in terms of development.

The wharf is under development contract to developers who are shortly to receive full planning consent and commence redevelopment. Currently surveys are taking place and build contracts are being awarded

 

Please update on any tender for security of the site.  

The Council is using its own security for this site and any works to resecure are contracted out to suitable building works companies.

 

Please update with most recent risk assessment for the site.

The Councils building surveyors have visited the site recently and visually assessed the latest risk elements. Following this visual inspection there have been some vegetation clearances and building resecuring works. Shortly new fencing will be erected to prevent trespass near the buildings

 

 

 

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