The private housing market in Bristol has recently received a welcome boost from the successful delivery of 58 modern apartments by a partnership between the two property development companies, Galliard Homes and the Acorn Property Group.
The apartments in Bristol were specifically delivered in tandem with the restoration of the Grade-II-listed gasworks building known as Brandon Yard, with the entire job costing a total sum of £15M and being supported by the contractor company Speller Metcalfe and the architecture firm AWW.
The Regional Managing Director at Acorn Property Group’s Bristol Office, Robin Squire stated: “The transformation of Brandon Yard has been an exciting project for Acorn Property Group and Galliard Homes and we have worked closely with heritage specialists and Speller Metcalfe to preserve the site’s unique history in balance with high-quality homes.
“This is the last jigsaw puzzle piece in the regeneration of Bristol’s Harbourside and we are proud to have unveiled the completed scheme.”
The Sales Director at Galliard Homes, David Galman commented: “Brandon Yard offers a perfect balance between homes with a rich history and stylish, contemporary design, which has proved very popular with buyers to date.
“The regenerated Bristol Harbourside area is now highly sought-after and we have seen steady interest from buyers throughout the scheme’s development. Given that the scheme is now complete, we anticipate high demand for this final collection of homes.”
The construction process lasted a total period of two years and entailed the restoration of three building including Engine House, Oculus House, and Retort House.
The Joint Managing Director at Speller Metcalfe, Andy Metcalfe added: “Brandon Yard has been a particularly interesting and challenging project, combining both new build apartments alongside the careful restoration of existing historic buildings and we are absolutely delighted to now see the stunning properties completed.
“We are very proud to have played a part in such an important and iconic development for the City of Bristol and it is fantastic to see the first residents moving in to what really are eye-catching, quality homes in a truly outstanding location.”
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