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Tuesday, 4 February, 2003, 06:52 GMT
New bus station for Bristol
Bus station
The new station will include a coroner's court
A proposal to rebuild a bus station in Bristol has been submitted.

Developers Amey Barclay have lodged a blueprint for regenerating the city's run-down bus station, in Marlborough Street, with the council.

It will include a new magistrate's and coroner's court, a probation service area and affordable accommodation.

If planning permission is granted, work could begin on the site by Autumn of this year, with completion in 2005.


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