Wine Street mixed-use development awarded BREEAM ‘excellent’ pre-assessment rating

Architect Stride Treglown has won planning permission for a mixed-use scheme in Bristol city centre.

The scheme at 33 Wine Street for developer Urbina will provide over 1,600m² of retail space and 8,000m² of office accommodation.

Stride Treglown gets planning approval for mixed-use scheme in Bristol city centre

The design brings together three underutilised buildings and a service yard to create a high-density development that works as a gateway to the adjacent old Broadmead shopping area.

The scheme has been awarded a BREEAM ‘excellent’ pre-assessment rating.

The black stone panels and tinted glazing on the exterior repeatedly change their appearance through internal and external lighting conditions.

The building also features reconstituted bath stone panels in both a rusticated and smooth finish.

The Bristol-based team

Developer: Urbina
Architect: Stride Treglown
Structural engineer: Opus
M&E engineer: Silcock Dawson
Planning consultant: CSJ Planning
Project manager and QS: APS