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Leicester City Council is to consider plans to build a £4.2m community arena near Abbey Park, including a new home for the Leicester Riders basketball club.
Leicester City Council is seeking government funding for the £100m regeneration of the city's riverside area, including 500,000 sq ft of employment space and up to 3,500 jobs.
Leicester City Council has secured £3.4m of European funding to develop a £5.6m food park with nine factory units in Northfields, with the creation of up to 80 jobs.
Leicester City Council has unveiled new plans for the £13m revamp of the Haymarket bus station by 2015.
Leicester City Council is planning to develop a £6.3m 21,000 sq ft centre for small businesses at the Friars Mill industrial site.
Leicester City Council is planning to develop a new £11m headquarters for 630 staff at Attenborough House in Charles Street.
Leicester City Council is to consider plans for the development of a £4m Richard III museum by next March.
Leicester City Council is looking to demolish its New Walk headquarters within two years, and various options are being considered for a replacement building.
Leicester City Council is looking to invest up to £30m in a new city centre headquarters, as five possible options are being considered to house 1,400 staff.
Leicester City Council has secured £4.8m of funding to develop a science park for up to 50 companies next to the National Space Centre, which could create up to 600 jobs.
Leicester City Council is to consider plans for the £12m transformation of the area around Leicester Cathedral, including a public square to host concerts.
Leicester City Council has unveiled plans to build a new £67m bus station in Mansfield Street.
Leicester City Council is considering proposals to build a new £55m bus station in Charles Street or Humberstone Gate East.
Leicester City Council is to consider plans from Bowbridge Group for the £200m redevelopment of the former Corah site in Vaughan Way, including a new sports complex, hotel, homes and shops.
Leicester City Council is planning to invest £10m in the development of three combined heat and power plants across the city over the next three years, and a second phase could cost up to £25m.
Leicester City Council is to consider plans for the development of a new £2.5m speedway stadium for Leicester Lions at Beaumont Park in Beaumont Leys.
Leicester City Council is planning to invest £4.3m in a new £20m cinema and arts complex called the Digital Media Centre, in order to replace Phoenix Arts.
Leicester City Council is looking to set up a new headquarters of up to 200,000 sq ft by 2010, and is considering a number of potential sites in the city centre.
Leicester City Council has approved revised plans for the development of a new theatre to replace the Haymarket Theatre, despite the cost rising from £26m to £48m.
Leicester City Council is seeking a private developer to build a new leisure centre in Perry Hall Park, Perry Barr, to replace the existing Beeches Pool.
Leicester City Council is to seek Arts Council funding for the development of a £7m "world cinema and moving images centre" in the city's St George's cultural area.
Leicester City Council is considering plans to establish a £70m energy services company to oversee the development of projects that will help the city become self-sufficient in energy.
Leicester City Council is seeking contractors to build a £26m theatre and arts centre.
Leicester City Council and Biffa have announced plans to build a £30m waste recycling depot at the Bursom industrial park in 2005, as part of a £300m deal to recycle 70% of household waste.
Leicester City Council has approved plans from Leicester Centre Properties for the £40m expansion of the Haymarket shopping centre, which will involve the transformation of the Haymarket Theatre site into a four-storey extension.
Leicester City Council has revealed plans to develop a £58m cultural village in the St George's area by 2006, including a major new theatre and film-making centre and the creation of 600 jobs.
Leicester City Council has approved plans for the construction of a £3m sports centre at Highfields Youth & Community Centre, with completion due in 2003.
Leicester City Council is to consider plans from Trelleborg Industrial AVS for the relocation of its suspension components factory and 300 staff from Evington Valley to the Bursom Industrial Estate.
Leicester City Council is to seek lottery funding for the development of a £11m 25-metre swimming pool in Braunstone by autumn 2003.
Leicester City Council has set up a Call Centre Forum with a number of other local organisations to seek European funding to establish a call centre college in the city.
Leicester City Council has approved plans from WE Sturgess for the development of a £3m Jaguar car dealership on Narborough Road.
Leicester City Council is to consider plans from Barratt Homes for the development of a 60-bed hotel, 455 houses and community facilities at the Bede Island South industrial site.
Leicester City Council is to consider plans for the £300m expansion of the Shires shopping centre, which could create up to 4,000 jobs.
Leicester City Council has announced plans to build a £200m waste recycling centre by 2004, and will select a site in the next few weeks.
Leicester City Council has revealed plans for the development of a £60m cultural quarter in the city centre by 2008, which will involve moving the Phoenix Arts Centre, the City Gallery, the Haymarket Theatre and the central library.
Leicester City Council has selected Braunstone's Wycliffe School as the preferred site to build a £25m sports complex, and an application will now be made for lottery funding.