Regeneration News brief: Bristol City Council expected to hand over land

Bristol City Council was expected to hand over land and buildings at Withywood to the South Bristol Church and Community Trust for a peppercorn price so it can create facilities for local people as Planning went to press this week. The trust will then sell the land for housing development and use the money raised to set up a youth cafe and healthy living centre. The council was also set to approve a plan to pedestrianise a roundabout at the junction of King Street, as part of the final phase of the regeneration of the city's Georgian Queen Square.

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