THE LOCAL AREA
Planning a shopping spree?
Bristol City Centre is just three miles away and offers lots of choice. At the Bristol Shopping Quarter and Cabot Circus, you can access everything from independent stores to all of your high street favourites, along with a wide choice of restaurants and cafés.
Tucked away from the hubbub of the city centre, you will find Clifton Village and its stylish boutiques. If retro and vintage are more your style, then head straight to Stokes Croft and Gloucester Road, both of which provide a quirky and bohemian addition to Bristol’s shopping experience.
Keen to get active?
BoKlok on the Brook has been designed to include its own green areas and community spaces, providing the perfect places to get together with your new neighbours. The area also offers several golf courses, woodlands and local parks, as well as pretty Brislington Brook, which runs alongside the homes here. The Imperial Sports Ground, a new leisure village is a great addition and will offer lots of new community and sports facilities, right on your doorstep.
Bristol is a real foodie city and is well known for its creative street food as well as its fine dining. The city is fiercely proud of its independent restaurants, bars and cafés, many of which are award-winning. From local cafés and take-away outlets to pubs and cocktail bars, all the way through to Michelin starred restaurants, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Good schools make it a great choice for families
The local area is home to a large number of schools and nurseries, making it a great choice for families. There are many primary schools and two secondary schools within easy reach of the development, the majority of which are all rated Ofsted ‘Good’. Bristol also has two major institutions of higher education: The University of Bristol and the University of the West of England.
Knowle Park Primary School: 0.8 miles (16 minutes by foot / 3 minutes by car)
Oasis Academy John Williams (secondary school): 0.8 miles (16 minutes by foot / 3 minutes by car)
University of Bristol: 4.1 miles (23 minutes by car)
All times/distances taken from Google maps.