Hartcliffe Way Household Reuse & Recycling Centre

Exciting plans are in development for a new Household Reuse & Recycling Centre (HRRC) at Hartcliffe Way.

The proposed development would provide a much-needed recycling facility to serve the residents of South Bristol, and a reuse workshop and shop to help divert good quality, pre-loved items from the waste stream; providing low cost household products, such as televisions, furniture and vacuums, for residents.

The new HRRC will be located on the existing Street Cleansing Depot at Hartcliffe Way, currently managed by Bristol Waste Company, and will include the redevelopment of the whole site.  

The plans are currently in the pre-planning phase, and we are looking to make our full planning application to Bristol City Council in Autumn 2019.

To be kept informed of developments and opportunities to provide feedback, please join the mailing, or check this page for updates.

 

Updates:

5 November 2019

The planning application for the proposed Hartcliffe Way Household Reuse and Recycling Centre has been submitted. You can view and comment on the planning application through the Council’s Planning Portal here.

2 October 2019

The draft plans are available to view and comment on by emailing campaigns@bristolwastecompany.co.uk. Questions and comments should be made by midnight on Tuesday 15 October to be considered in the planning application. There will also be the opportunity to formally comment on the planning application through he planning process.

17 September 2019

We will be holding a feedback event on the updated plans for the Hartcliffe Way Household Reuse and Recycling Centre on Monday 30 September and Tuesday 1 October. There will be three sessions available. Booking is essential for this event,

To book your place, please click here