Consultation on proposed residential development of the Dovercourt Depot site in Lockleaze

Closed 16 Apr 2021

Opened 16 Mar 2021


The proposal is for a residential development on the Dovercourt Depot site in Lockleaze. It is currently used by the Council’s Parks department and Highways department for storage.

The development proposals provide between 120 – 150 affordable and market value homes.

Please view the consultation boards here.

Hard copies of the consultation materials are available on request, email or call 0117 977 2002.

Following some requests from local residents and Lockleaze ward members the consultation period has been extended until 16 April, to enable those who have not yet had an opportunity to respond to give us their feedback.

Why your views matter

This first round of consultation is to give the local community the opportunity to help influence the design at an early stage. Your comments, together with those from other stakeholder groups and organisations, will help shape a design option which will second consultation this summer. Following this proposals will be submitted for outline planning later this year.

What happens next

The first round of public consultation on proposed housing development at Dovercourt Depot closed on 16 April 2021. Comments received are being used to shape a design option which will be consulted on this summer, to inform the design for the outline planning application to be submitted later this year.


  • Lockleaze


  • All residents


  • Housing