Shape the future of the Cameron Centre in Lockleaze

Closed 31 Mar 2021

Opened 2 Mar 2021


Working with a multi-disciplinary design team, Bristol City Council is bringing forward plans to transform the Cameron Centre and former Police Station site in Lockleaze.

We are still at a very early stage in the process, where the design team is looking at previous studies and work done to date, and is publicly engaging the community. This will help us understand the issues, constraints and potential opportunities for this site before starting to think about concept design proposals.

We have launched a website to give you an opportunity to contribute your suggestions to feed into this design process.

You can either highlight specific suggestions on the interactive map, or complete a short questionnaire to let us know about your broader aspirations for the site and its local environment. You can find out more about the project on the website here.

This is the first part of a two-stage public participation process. The next stage will take place later in the year, where you will be asked for your feedback on some design proposals once the design team has had the opportunity to consider your local insight. To receive updates on the project, please sign up to our mailing list here or by 'opting-in' to updates when you complete the questionnaire or add a suggestion to the map.

If you or people you know will struggle to access the online resources, you can contact the team by calling on 0117 911 4210.

The findings from the first stage of public engagement and second stage of public consultation will be published here on the Council’s consultation hub, and on the project website.


  • Lockleaze


  • All residents


  • Planning