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Century Park, Bristol



Century Park is a new residential development in Lawrence Weston, Bristol. The scheme will deliver 128 new homes, including 30% affordable housing for social rent and Shared Ownership.

CGI of the Century Park development

Creating thriving mixed communities

Century Park is one of three sites identified for vital new housing in the Lawrence Weston Neighbourhood Plan and will make a significant contribution to the housing stock, enabling more local families to stay in the area.
The proposals have been developed by Curo in consultation with the resident-driven organisation Ambition Lawrence Weston, Bristol Urban Design Forum and Bristol City Council’s affordable housing team.

The development consists of a mix of 1, 2, 3 and 4-bed homes, the majority of which are 2 and 3-bedroom houses (110 homes), in response to the local housing need as outlined in the Lawrence Weston Housing Needs Study.

High quality public spaces

Aside from delivering much-needed new homes, the development will bring improvements to the existing infrastructure with new zebra crossings and bus shelters on Kings Weston Lane and Long Cross. A generous extent of green open space and high quality public areas that are safe and secure are also being delivered, alongside the retention and enhancement of existing pedestrian and cycle routes through site.


Our contractor currently on site is Churngold Construction Ltd. Our working hours are between 8am-6pm Monday to Friday and 8am-1pm on Saturdays.


Curo bought the 10.2-acre site in Lawrence Weston from Bristol City Council in February 2018. Planning permission was secured in February 2019, following public consultation in March 2018. You can see the consultation boards below.


The site is located north-west of Long Cross and Henacre Road, between Kings Weston Lane and the skate park in Lawrence Weston, Bristol.

Century Park News

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Bristol Cabinet Member for Housing impressed with progress of new homes in Lawrence Weston

Bristol City Council Cabinet Member for Housing Delivery and Homes, Councillor Tom Renhard, visited Curo’s Century Park and The Willows developments in Lawrence Weston to see the construction progress of 185 new homes for the city. More than half of the new homes currently being delivered by Curo across the two schemes will be much-needed affordable housing.

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Curo launch a show home like no other at Century Park development in Bristol

A unique show home full of character and colour has opened its doors at Curo’s residential development of 128 new homes in Lawrence Weston, Bristol. The two-bedroom, mid-terrace ‘Westbury’ show home features unique artwork created by West Country and Bristol-based artists such as Helen Chester and Andy Council.

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First homes at new Bristol development to go on sale this month

Curo’s Century Park residential development in Lawrence Weston, Bristol, is set to open the doors to its marketing suite next week as the first new homes are released for sale. Century Park is a brand-new neighbourhood of 128 homes for private sale, rent and Shared Ownership, ranging from one-bedroom apartments to four-bedroom family houses.

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Local residents choose names for Curo’s developments in Lawrence Weston, Bristol

‘Century Park’ and ‘The Willows’ are today revealed as the new names for Curo’s developments in Lawrence Weston, Bristol. The names were suggested by local residents Becky Cockle and Rhiannon Beail, following a campaign by Curo to find new identities for the two sites - previously referred to as Henacre Road and Corbet Close.

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Name our developments and win £100 in Love2Shop vouchers

We’re proud and excited to be delivering 185 new homes in Lawrence Weston over the next few years. While we’re progressing our planning applications for 57 affordable homes at Corbet Close and 128 homes at Henacre Road, we’re asking local residents to help us find names for our two developments.

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Curo acquires 10-acre site for housing development from Bristol City Council

Housing association and house-builder Curo has recently acquired a 10.2-acre site in Lawrence Weston from Bristol City Council with a view to building up to 128 new homes, including 30% affordable housing for social rent and shared ownership. Curo will be hosting a public exhibition at the Lawrence Weston Baptist Church on Thursday 22 March from 3pm until 7pm to give local people the chance to view and comment on the proposals.

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