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Crossman Homes Granted Planning Permission for MASTERS Church Development

Crossman Homes has been granted planning permission and listed Building Consent for the conversion of Masters Church in Kingswood, South Gloucestershire into 19 apartments, the erection of three new build homes and the creation of a new park area. 

The site is adjacent to the Whitfield Tabernacle, one of the most at risk Grade One listed buildings in the UK. The iconic building dates back to 1741 and is widely regarded as the birthplace of the Methodist movement.

CROSSMAN HOMES TO BREATHE NEW LIFE INTO BRISTOL’S WHITFIELD TABERNACLE

Kingswood’s iconic Whitfield Tabernacle, one of the most at risk Grade One listed buildings in the UK, has taken a big step towards being saved thanks to a partnership between Crossman Homes and the Whitfield Tabernacle Trust.  The Kingswood building dating back to 1741 and widely regarded as the birthplace of the Methodist movement will, under plans being put forward, be renovated and redeveloped as a community space.

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