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Last Updated: Wednesday, 14 February 2007, 10:52 GMT
Plan 'could see 300m investment'
Plan of the area
Residents will be able to see plans at public exhibitions
A scheme which developers claim could attract 300m of investment into part of Bristol has been unveiled.

The scheme, centred on land in the Dove Lane and Newfoundland Road area, includes plans for a hotel, open space, residential, retail and business use.

Public exhibitions are planned for the St Paul's area to find out what people in the area want from the development.

Following that, the group aims to submit a planning application to Bristol City Council in December.

The consortium is made up of Bristol-based PG Enterprises and regeneration group, Places for People.

The plans will be on display at St Paul's Learning and Family Centre in Grosvenor Road on 23 February, and at Circomedia in St Paul's church, Portland Square on 24 February.




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