Developers have outlined further plans to turn the old hospital on Guinea Street into luxury flats, thisisbristol.co.uk reports.
City & Country agreed to buy the General Hospital for £6 million with a view to turn it into a block of luxury flats. Now it has submitted detailed planning permission outlining its proposals for the Grade II listed building.
The core proposals, which are set to be heard this summer, include reinstating the skyline of the main building that was damaged in the Blitz, converting existing buildings into 95 apartments and three houses, building 75 new apartments, houses and duplexes, demolishing the numerous new extensions to the building and finally creating a small commercial space on Bathurst Basin.
Bristol estate agents may also be interested to learn that developers also submitted supplementary applications for an extra three storeys at the site which would provide a further 12 apartments.
The hospital is the last of the Harbourside buildings to be developed.
A spokesperson for the developers told cityandcountry.co.uk of the plans: "City & Country are looking forward to ensuring that the buildings are restored to their former glory and believe that with its stunning waterside location close to the centre of the city, that it will provide a new dimension to the Harbourside area.
"City & Country are currently gathering a team appropriate for such a prestigious location and will be working closely with the community, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation, Bristol City Council and English Heritage to draw up appropriate plans for this landmark building."