Bristol historic work begins

Work has begun on an £800,000 project to continue the restoration of one of Bristol's most historic areas. The final stage of the city council's Queen Square scheme aims to create a traffic-free public space as a more fitting gateway to the restored square and historic King Street. The first phase of the work, which is due to be completed by the end of the year, involves replacing the Prince Street roundabout with traffic lights. King Street's cobbled surface will be extended and the area landscaped with tree planting. The second phase, due to begin in January, will create a public space with natural stone surfaces, seating and landscaping.

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