A regeneration scheme for an inner city area of Bristol is being drawn up by a newly-formed partnership of two developers

Places for People, the UK’s largest housing and regeneration group, has teamed up with Bristol-based developer PG Enterprises to develop 5 acres (2 ha) in St Paul’s.

The scheme, called onedovelane, is centred on land around Dove Lane and Newfoundland Road, where the developers want to build a mix of residential, retail and employment uses, together with community facilities and a hotel. They hope to create a gateway to Broadmead, the £500m shopping centre which is being developed by Land Securities and Hammerson.

‘Working in partnership with the council and local residents, we want to redevelop Dove Lane in a way that links into the wider community and helps contribute to the ongoing regeneration of the city centre,’ said Tom Tippetts, Places for People’s head of strategic land acquisition.

The site forms a substantial part of an area that is the subject of a study by St Paul’s Unlimited, a Bristol City Council initiative set up to encourage the regeneration of the district.