Mystery surrounds plans to kickstart Brimscombe Mills regeneration
By Matt Hall | 3rd February 2020
An application submitted to Stroud planners' hints at ambitious plans for the redevelopment of the mills in Stroud.
At the end of 2018, the district council announced plans for the creation of a multi-million-pound waterside redevelopment creating 150 homes and business space alongside the Stroud canal.
One part of this regeneration may now be close to fruition - as Cheltenham-based developers Bonehill Capital Ltd have requested permission to convert a derelict mill into a mixed-use leisure and retail destination.
The run-down and dilapidated site earmarked for the project sits next to the A419 London Road and opposite the Ship Inn in Brimscombe.
The proposal looks to breathe new life into the buildings, with the new development becoming home to a distillery, pizza restaurant, brewery, antiques emporium, wellbeing centre as well as office space.
The scheme, drawn up by Gloucester-based architects Roberts Limbrick, also includes a rooftop garden as well as 76 car parking spaces, 6 disabled and 26 cycle spaces.
No further details are forthcoming with regards to employment potential and occupiers for the 4,788 square metre site.
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