New plans for Moulsecoomb
Planning has been agreed for a new community hub and more than 200 council homes on a number of underused sites in Moulsecoomb.
The proposals are to develop a community building and the new homes on land currently used by the Moulsecoomb north and south hubs and the 67 Centre and the surrounding area.
The aim is for the new community building to improve the services and facilities available for residents of Moulsecoomb and Bevendean.
Services and facilities that could be located in the hub include a GP Surgery, Moulsecoomb Library, adult learning and a community café.
Proposals also include a new centre for youth services within the hub, with a separate entrance.
Bringing services together into a new purpose-built centre also frees up a number of sites to build around 200 much-needed new council homes.
The planning application for the proposed development is now live. You can see the details and comment on the proposals by going to the online planning register and searching for planning application number BH2022/01063.
Architect’s image of the proposed Moulsecoomb housing and community hub development from the south-west