Supply Chain

Supply Chain

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Factory No.1, Bristol

INTRODUCTION

Known as Wills Factory No.1, the factory opened in 1886 and covered approximately 1.75 acres and included the street frontage that, today, forms Consort House. The factory continued to expand throughout the 19th and early 20th century and, in 1908, following the amalgamation of Wills with 12 other British tobacco manufacturers, Regent House was constructed as the headquarters of the resulting Imperial Tobacco Company.

City & Country will be creating a range of 1,2 and 3 bedroom apartments. With both the unique conversion in the historic buildings and the stylish new build, there will be a home to satisfy all tastes at Factory No.1. The focal point for the development is the urban oasis that is being created with stepped gardens of elegant shrubbery and planting.

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LOCATION

Factory No.1, Bristol

History

City & Country has been restoring the historic Grade II listed former hospital back to its original exterior design of 1853, with the Ogee Dome one of the key features of the restoration.

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The New Yard at The General, Bristol

The New Yard is a contemporary collection of one, two and three bedroom newly built houses and apartments, which form part of the popular redevelopment...

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Introducing Donaldson's - City & Country's first development in Edinburgh - Launching Autumn 2017

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