The vision to transform Filton Airfield into homes, schools, shops and businesses over the next 20 years can be revealed in detail for the first time.
Land owner BAE Systems has submitted an outline planning application for the site to South Gloucestershire Council.
If it is approved, work could start in 2016 or 2017, with the first people moving in that year. But the scheme may not be finished for up to 20 years.
The site stretches across 354 acres - that's about 354 football pitches or 5,664 tennis courts - and will include:
- 2,675 new homes
- Two new primary schools and one new secondary school which will double up as a sports centre
- Dental surgery, health centre, optician and 70-bed care home
- A pub, supermarket and other shops
- 120-bed hotel
- New railway station, Metrobus link and road improvements
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