TLT has won a prestigious contract as part of a consortium appointed by Bristol City Council to accelerate the regeneration of the Temple Quarter district in Bristol.
The contract includes proposals for the development of the area around Bristol Temple Meads station.
The appointment will see TLT deliver planning, development and real estate legal services in relation to this significant local project.
The consortium is being led by Mott MacDonald and includes Weston Williamson + Partners architects, AWW Architects, Alan Baxter associates, GVA, Deloitte, Turley and Pragma.
The consortium was appointed by Bristol City Council in partnership with the West of England Combined Authority, Network Rail and Homes England.
The Temple Meads masterplan will look at ways to open up access to, and through, Bristol Temple Meads from the east of the city and the potential to bring forward new development including retail, office, housing and leisure facilities around the station and wider Temple Quarter district.
The legal work will be led by Katherine Evans, partner and head of TLT's planning and environment team and Fergus Charlton, legal director.
Katherine Evans, partner and head of planning and environment at TLT, says: "Temple Meads is a gateway to Bristol and the city is becoming increasingly popular as a place to live, visit and do business. This is a very high profile project and it needs to be done right for the benefit of the city. We are honoured to be the legal services provider for the consortium and are looking forward to working on this project as the scheme unfolds."