One of Bristol's most historic buildings is to be transformed into a business hub. Brunel's Engine Shed was once at the heart of the industrial revolution and later housed the Empire and Commonwealth Museum.
But for several years it's been empty, and now the building's about to undergo a restoration. It's part of bigger multi-million pound plan to renovate the whole area and attract more investment in the city. Tanya Mercer reports.
A one and a half million pound refurbishment programme, to turn the engine shed at Bristol Temple Meads into a business centre will create '700 jobs' - according to Professor Eric Thomas from Bristol University.
He says the technologies the university develops will help the local economy.