A report commissioned by Bristol City Council on the city's long-awaited arena has suggested building the venue at the Brabazon hangar in Filton rather than on Temple Island by the city's Temple Meads station.
£9m has already been spent preparing the Island for the Arena but the development has been put on hold for the investigation.
The new report puts the cost of the current proposed site next to Bristol Temple Meads at £156 million - that's £33 million more than the current approved budget and almost double the original projection.
Instead the accountants KPMG say an alternative site at Filton could be much cheaper to build - especially as the company YTL is offering to build the venue itself for free. Temple Island could then be used for homes, offices and shops instead.
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Bristol City Council will be meeting to discuss the Arena on 18 June before the decision is made on 3 July.