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Bristol City Council is to consider plans for the £5.5m expansion of the St George's Bristol historic music venue.
Bristol City Council is to invest £1.5m launching its own energy company called Bristol Energy, in order to supply low carbon electricity to local people.
Bristol City Council is seeking a contractor to build a £90m 12,000-capacity events arena near Temple Meads by 2017.
Bristol City Council is in discussions with RTC Leisure about plans to develop a new £3m ice rink at Hengrove Park.
Bristol City Council is planning a major investment in renewable energy projects over the next ten years, including the creation of its own energy company and up to 1,500 jobs.
Bristol City Council has unveiled plans for the development of a £22m leisure centre and swimming pool at Hengrove Park by autumn 2010.
Bristol City Council has approved plans for the development of a £8m 175-bedroom Premier Travel Inn hotel in Lewins Mead.
Bristol City Council is to consider plans from the University of the West of England for the £8m revamp of its Fishponds campus, including a new teaching block and student accommodation.
Bristol City Council has approved plans for the development of a £19m Museum of Bristol at the site of the former Industrial Museum on Princes Wharf by summer 2009.
Bristol City Council has approved plans from Holland House Hotels to build a £35m four-star hotel at the Phoenix House site in Redcliffe by next March, with the creation of up to 200 jobs.
Bristol City Council is considering plans from Rightacres of Cardiff to set up a £35m luxury hotel in a disused office building in Redcliffe.
Bristol City Council has approved plans for the development of a new centre for heart surgery at the Bristol Royal Infirmary, including 117 beds, four operating theatres and four laboratories.
Bristol City Council has approved plans for the £200m redevelopment of Hengrove Park, including a new hospital, homes, a swimming pool, shops, offices and a public park.
Bristol City Council has selected a consortium of SMG, Orion Land, Bellway and Sir Robert McAlpine to build a 10,000-seat stadium at Temple Meads by 2009, for use as a sporting and music venue.
Bristol City Council is to consider plans from Bristol Rovers to build a new £2m stand with 5,500 seats at the Memorial Stadium.
Bristol City Council is in discussions with Kuumba about plans to set up a £5m arts centre at Westmorland House in Stokes Croft, including a 400-seat auditorium and dance studio.
Bristol City Council has secured a £11m lottery grant to build a Museum of Bristol.
Bristol City Council is to seek up to £14m of lottery funding for the development of a local history museum.
Bristol City Council has allocated almost £7m to three arts and leisure projects, including the redevelopment of Colston Hall, a 10,000-seat arena near Temple Meads and a revamp of the Arnolfini Gallery arts centre.
Bristol City Council is considering plans from First Group for the £40m redevelopment of the city's bus station to create a modern transport interchange.
Bristol City Council is to consider plans for the multi-million pound redevelopment of Colston Hall and Colston House into a world-class centre for music.
Bristol City Council is planning to invest £9m in three new swimming centres over the next 10 years.
Bristol City Council has approved plans for the development of a two-storey visitors' centre at the Clifton Suspension Bridge by spring 2003.
Bristol City Council has approved a £110m plan from Crest Nicholson to build a multiscreen cinema, 450 homes and offices at Canon's Marsh.
Bristol City Council is in negotiations to sell the former Shipway dairy farm to Bristol Port Company, in order to allow the expansion of Royal Portbury Dock.
Bristol City Council has rejected a plan by Crest Nicholson for a £200m dockside redevelopment, following complaints from residents that the scheme was inappropriate.