Latest on future of Bath’s Holy Trinity Church.

At last some news about movement regarding the future of the now long-closed Holy Trinity Church on Bath’s Chapel Row.

A spokesperson for the diocesan office of the Bishop of Bath and Wells told Bath Newseum:

“Spaceworks (the owners) have recently achieved  Planning Consent to convert the church to studio work/office space.

With their extensive professional team they have been spending a considerable amount of time and resources designing a scheme that their agents Knight Frank and JLL believe will appeal to the appropriate market.

Due to the heightened uncertainty and risk of Covid, Spaceworks are now talking to and approaching specific prospective occupiers to ascertain exactly the fit out they want before submitting a Listed Planning Application for these works.”

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  1. Holy Trinity Church stands on the site of the former St Mary’s Chapel by John Wood, which stood at the south-west corner of Queen Square. This was demolished in c1870 for road widening in order to improve access to new Queen Square station (now Green Park Station), and to be replaced by this church, which at that time was dedicated to St Paul..Good news that it has a future – and not as yet another hotel or yet more student accommodation!

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