A landmark office block in the centre of Bristol is to get a new lease of life, courtesy of one of Bristol's most unusual and most successful property firms.
The PG Group, which is run by Catholic parish priest Father Gregory Grant, is planning to turn the 13-storey Lewin's Mead office block in the city centre into luxury flats. The £20 million scheme will be the biggest project carried out by the firm so far.
The firm recently bought the Bristol Eye apartment block in the Harbourside and has since sold all the flats in the building.
In its latest deal, the firm snapped up the 1970s-built Lewin's Mead office complex, close to Christmas Steps.
The scheme will see 120 new homes complete with roof gardens, a gymnasium, café and shop.
The firm has just submitted a planning application to Bristol City Council.