The Crossman Group is delighted to announce that its development at the Masters Church, Kingswood, Bristol has been shortlisted as a finalist in the prestigous Bristol Property Awards in the category of best ‘Civic Development’.

The Grade II listed Masters Church, associated graveyard and Grade I listed Whitfield Tabernacle had become derelict, with the site subject to various instances of severe anti-social behaviour, culminating in arson attacks to the listed buildings on the site. Following the Crossman Group’s acquisition of the site, plans were approved for the redevelopment of the Masters Church to provide 18 flats, the erection of three new dwellings and also the conversion of the existing graveyard to a public park and associated modern graveyard, both of which have been gifted to the local community.

CGI of the Masters Church following re-development.

The development is now largely complete with all of the housing sold, with the park and modern graveyard in the process of being transferred to South Gloucestershire Council. With the project coming to an end, the Crossman Group are delighted that all of its hard work has been recognised by this nomination.