About the team
The Cameron Centre project is being brought forward as a collaboration between Bristol City Council, technical experts and the local community.
Bristol City Council is the landowner and lead organisation on the project. It has brought together a team of people with different expertise from inside and outside the council, to work together to bring forward the outline planning application for the site.


WSP is a global multidisciplinary company with significant expertise in development planning, transport and infrastructure. Their role is to manage the project on behalf of Bristol City Council and bring together the team of technical consultants.


Stride Treglown: an award-winning Bristol-based architecture and urban-design practice, who will be leading on developing the concept plans in collaboration with the community and local stakeholders.


Participatr is a Bristol-based engagement specialist, who's role is to manage the stakeholder and community engagement process, using a range of digital and non-digital tools to capture community insight and feed it back to the design team for their consideration.


Rider Levett Bucknall is a leading cost consultancy, who's role it is to plan and model the built costs of the proposed development and ensure that it is deliverable and feasible.


Alder King is a Bristol-based commercial property adviser, who's role it is to ensure that the proposals brought forward for the site are viable and meet the needs of potential development partners who could deliver the outline proposals.


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