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  • Romney House/former Lockleaze School sites and Constable/Crome Road development proposals

    The Communities of Lockleaze, Horfield and Cheswick Village and the surrounding area are invited to participate in a series of engagement events this autumn as work starts to develop housing proposals for the first of the two priority sites in Lockleaze. Following a consultation event on 4 th ... More
    Opened today
  • Bedminster Road - Proposed 20mph speed limit

    As part of Bristol City Council’s long term commitment to improving sustainable transport, active travel and road safety we would like to create a safer and calmer road environment on Bedminster Road outside of Parson Street Primary School. Slower speeds can help create more cohesive... More
    Opened 3 days ago
  • Commissioning services for parents with babies and young children

    We are consulting on a draft plan setting out how we propose to commission the following services for parents with young children - Parent and child assessment placements – These are short-term placements, usually of about 12 weeks, for families where there are concerns about the parents’... More
    Opened 1 week ago
  • Equality of Voice Conference 2017- Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic, Refugee and Asylum Seeking Young People.

    Unity Youth Forum are looking to get the voices of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic, Refugee and Asylum Seeking Young People so that they can ensure they are representative of the wider community. The purpose of Unity Youth Forum's survey is to identify possible challenges and barriers and... More
    Opened 1 week ago
  • Better Bus Area Fund - Proposed improvements to Wells Road (A37)

    Bristol City Council is proposing a number of improvements to Wells Road (A37 corridor) as part of Better Bus Area Fund Project. The proposals aim to make bus travel easier and more attractive by improving journey times and reliability, whilst improving safety and the environment for all road... More
    Closed 2 weeks ago
  • Hengrove Park and Hartcliffe Campus development proposals

    Communities in South Bristol are invited to participate in a series of engagement events this autumn as work starts to develop plans for the city’s largest housing regeneration scheme. Work is underway to bring forward proposals for two large-scale residential development sites at Hengrove... More
    Opened 2 weeks ago
  • Discretionary Rate Relief Policy Consultation

    Due to reductions in government funding and the needs of a growing and ageing population, the council will have less money to provide services over the next five years. It is forecast that the Discretionary Rate Relief (DRR) scheme would cost an estimated £522,000 in 2018/19 if current levels... More
    Opened 2 weeks ago
  • West of England Strategy Discussion Paper - Public engagement

    Economic growth that benefits every resident is at the core of the West of England strategy discussion paper. Our vision is for all residents to benefit from more job opportunities, a stronger economy and higher quality of life. The West of England Combined Authority and Local Enterprise... More
    Closed 3 weeks ago
  • Supporting Families Service

    We are consulting on a reduced city-wide Supporting Families' Service focussed on a targeted model of support for families based on one worker, one family, one plan. More
    Opened 3 weeks ago
  • Voice and Influence – A new model for communities of interest

    The Mayor and Bristol City Council are committed to hearing the voices of all our communities in Bristol to influence and shape our decision making and planning for our current and future city. We specifically want to support the participation and hear the views of individuals, communities and... More
    Closed 3 weeks ago
  • Council Tax Reduction – scheme for 2018/19

    Council Tax Reduction (CTR) is a discount scheme that is operated by all English councils to support low income households with the cost of their council tax. Bristol is one of a small number of councils that has continued to provide the same levels of support to residents since 2013. Changes... More
    Closed 4 weeks ago
  • Romney Avenue Area - parking and zebra crossing

    The Horfield and Lockleaze Neighbourhood Partnership selected a parking review of the Romney Avenue area. Funding is also available for a zebra crossing. More
    Closed 1 month ago
  • Playing Pitch Strategy Consultation

    The Playing Pitch Strategy considers the number, quality and availability of grass and artificial pitches in the city. Having a sufficient supply of pitches is important to facilitate and encourage participation in sport and general health and wellbeing in our communities. The strategy uses... More
    Closed 1 month ago
  • Your Neighbourhood 2017

    Due to reductions in central government funding and the needs of a growing and ageing population, the council will have less money to provide services in Bristol over the next five years. We consulted on which service areas would be reduced from October 2016 - January 2017. In February... More
    Closed 1 month ago
  • Reductions to Supporting People budgets

    Due to reductions in central government grant and the needs of a growing and ageing population, the council will have less money to provide services in Bristol over the next five years. We consulted on which service areas would be reduced from October 2016 - January 2017 and in February... More
    Closed 1 month ago
  • Bristol Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment 2017

    Health & Wellbeing Boards have a statutory requirement to assess the needs for pharmacy services in their areas and publish the results in a Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) every three years. The PNA assesses how well existing services meet health needs of the people of Bristol for... More
    Opened 2 months ago
  • Pledge to Children in Care and Care Leavers Survey 2017

    In 2015 Bristol City Council launched its Pledge to Children in Care and Care Leavers alongside its Corporate Parenting Strategy. The Pledge is designed for children and young people and sets out the promises the council makes to improve the lives of children and young people in and leaving care. More
    Opened 2 months ago
  • Lockleaze - Neighbourhood Planning Forum Re-designation Application

    Community groups can apply for the designation of a Neighbourhood (Planning) Area and apply to be designated as the Neighbourhood (Planning) Forum for that area. A designated Neighbourhood (Planning) Forum will then be able to prepare a Neighbourhood Development Plan or Neighbourhood Development... More
    Closed 2 months ago
  • The Bristol Eating Better Award Scheme

    This is an online application for a Bristol Eating Better Award. This scheme aims to help reduce obesity within the city by working with the out of home food environment and forms one of the delivery strands under the Healthy Weight Framework, it also promotes various sustainability criteria. More
    Opened 2 months ago
  • Quality of Life in Your Neighbourhood 2017

    The Quality of Life survey provides an annual snapshot of what people think about living in Bristol. The survey is open to all Bristol residents over 16 years old. CLOSING DATE EXTENDED TO 13 AUGUST 2017. More
    Closed 2 months ago
  • Upton Road, Southville - Experimental Traffic Order for Road Closure (CAE/NMT/EP-1031)

    The Council has decided to close Upton Road to through traffic on a trial basis, by using an Experimental Traffic Order to prohibit the driving of motor vehicles within a section of Upton Road approximately mid‐way along its length. For full details and to comment, visit the link below. More
    Closed 2 months ago
  • Cycle Contra Flows, Clifton

    As part of the Bristol City Council’s long-term commitment to improving sustainable transport we would like to safely increase the number of routes available for cyclists throughout the Bristol area. One-way streets can cause significant problems for cyclists if they are forced to use more... More
    Closed 2 months ago
  • Begbrook Green Park Football Survey

    Last year Bristol City Council allowed Stapleton AFC to use Begbrook Park for their reserve adult football team. This was an additional adult team to previous years which increased the number of adult matches from 18 to 30 last season. This was for a trial season. More
    Closed 3 months ago
  • Bristol Behaviour Change for Healthier Lifestyles Programme

    This new Bristol Behaviour Change for healthier lifestyles programme is designed to meet the needs of people in the city who wish to change their lifestyle behaviour, recognising that people live within communities and families. It will address the key lifestyle factors of smoking, overweight,... More
    Closed 3 months ago
  • Better Bus Area Fund - Proposed improvements to Hotwell Road / Anchor Road (A4)

    Bristol City Council is proposing a number of improvements to Hotwell Road/Anchor Road (A4 corridor) as part of Better Bus Area Fund Project. The proposals aim to make bus travel easier and more attractive by improving journey times and reliability, whilst improving safety and the environment... More
    Closed 3 months ago
  • Redcatch Road / Woodbridge Road: No entry and traffic calming

    Filwood, Knowle & Windmill Hill Neighbourhood Partnership has prioritised a local traffic scheme to stop rat running on Woodbridge Road and to control vehicle speeds on Redcatch Road and we are seeking residents’ views on our preliminary proposals. More
    Closed 3 months ago
  • Proposal for Zebra crossing and junction improvement at Wedmore Vale

    Bristol City Council has been awarded funding for new walking and cycling routes in the city. As part of this, there is a new route from Hengrove to the City Centre via Filwood. Residents and businesses are invited to review proposals for a new Zebra crossing over Wedmore Vale, linking into... More
    Closed 3 months ago
  • Housing and Planning Act 2016, Rent Repayment Orders and Civil Penalty Notices: Bristol's Policy

    The Housing and Planning Act 2016 gave councils new powers to deal with rogue landlords, including Rent Repayment Orders and Civil Penalty Notices. The government defined a ‘rogue landlord’ as ‘a landlord who knowingly flouts their obligations by renting out unsafe and substandard... More
    Closed 3 months ago
  • Could full fibre, gigabit broadband boost your business? Give us your views

    Future business success and the competitiveness of the city region economy will be increasingly linked with the quality and speed of Bristol's broadband offer. For businesses that have already made the jump to ultrafast speeds, the impact has often been transformative - helping businesses... More
    Closed 6 months ago
  • Targeted Youth Services Commissioning Plan Consultation

    We have produced a draft commissioning plan about how the council will provide Targeted Youth Support for Children & Young People in Bristol. More
    Closed 6 months ago
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