Barton House evacuation: information for residents.

Where and how new council housing in Bristol is being provided

Where council homes are being built

We've started the next phase of the new build housing programme in Bristol.

We're planning to develop several sites by 2027. These will provide around 1,769 new homes, subject to planning consent.

pdf New build housing proposed developments (405 KB) .

New Build Affordable Housing Map

See our new build programme on the interactive affordable housing development map Go to https://bcc.maps.arcgis.com/apps/instant/sidebar/index.html?appid=2af2f31c39104a2589f5ac6ffb0ecea9 (opens new window).

The map includes new affordable housing being delivered by Goram Homes and third party providers, including housing associations and community-led housing groups.

Projects in construction

Location: Airport road

Developer: Boklok
Partnership: Bristol City Council and Homes England

We're buying 79 homes, a mixture of houses and flats.

55 will be offered as social rent, 24 will be offered as shared ownership between Bristol City Council and the buyers.

Find out more about how to buy a shared ownership home by visiting Stonewater Homes: Airport Road site

You can find out more about these homes by contacting Stonewater who are marketing these homes on behalf of Bristol City Council: newhomes@stonewater.org

Location: Cedar House, Blackberry Hill former hospital site

Developer: Vistry
Partnership: Bristol City Council and Homes England

We're buying 25 homes, a mixture of 1 and 2 bed flats.

These will be offered a social rent.

Location: St Peters House, Bishopthorpe Road, Horfield

Developer: Bristol City Council
Partnership: Bristol City Council, Stepnell Construction, Homes England

We're building 28 new council homes, a Children's Home, and a community centre.

These will be offered as social rent.

Location: One Lockleaze / Romney House

Developer: Goram Homes and Vistry
Partnership: Bristol City Council and Homes England

We're buying 147 homes, a mixture of flats and houses.

94 will be offered as social rent, 53 will be offered as shared ownership.

Expected completion spring 2024 through to 2025.

Find out more about how to buy a shared ownership home by visiting Stonewater Homes.

You can find out more about these homes by contacting Stonewater who are marketing these homes on behalf of Bristol City Council: newhomes@stonewater.org

Affordable home ownership

Find out more about buying an affordable home.

Contact

Email home.ownership@bristol.gov.uk for shared ownership queries on our properties.

Email housing.development.hra@bristol.gov.uk for:

  • live consultation and engagement queries

  • information about a site being developed in your neighbourhood