Conceptual illustration of a railway station building and environs.

Bristol Parkway set to become “station for the 21st century” (in 10-20 years’ time)

Plans to transform Bristol Parkway Station have been approved by South Glos Council’s Cabinet, despite some elements of the proposals – such as reducing the number of parking spaces – receiving less than enthusiastic support in a public consultation. The new vision for the site aims to create a modern station that acts as a gateway to the region but is also better connected with neighbouring communities.

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Indicative proposed axonometric view.

Have your say on radical 10-year+ plan to transform Bristol Parkway Station

South Glos Council is consulting on a radical ‘masterplan’ for the transformation of Bristol Parkway that would see it change from simply being a place to access the rail network to a “valued destination” that incorporates work places, cafes, restaurants, homes, community facilities and parks. There would be a new, relocated station building and a reduction in car parking provision.

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