Cui bono?

O and M Sheds

Cordwell Property Group has been appointed by Bristol City Council as preferred developer to create a – yawn – mixed-use business and leisure scheme on the site of the ‘O’ and ‘M’ Sheds on Welsh Back.

Tom Wilcox, development director of Cordwell, assures us: “The emphasis in our scheme is on developing high-quality restaurants which will provide top class dining facilities that will be of great benefit to Bristol.”

Yeah. More overpriced restaurants, that’ll be really beneficial. Thanks Tom.

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2 Responses to Cui bono?

  1. Not only not beneficial, but bloody awful to look at too!

  2. Woodsy says:

    Agreed sociologist! Any council worth its salt would be listing the remaining reminders from the days when the city docks were a working port instead of giving permission for such reminders to be knocked down and replaced with yet more bland developments featuring yet more empty office space.

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