Colston Hall is the South West’s biggest concert venue but is no longer fit for purpose for audiences or performers. This project will complete the transformation of Colston Hall and create one of the best arts and learning facilities in the country.
The £48.8m project involves remodelling...More
The Council is now moving on the next stage of adopting a new set of parks byelaws. The 24 proposed byelaws focus on ensuring everyone can continue to use the city’s parks and green spaces responsibly, considerately and safely. They will also give the council and its partners scope to tackle...More
We are consulting on a long term plan for Stoke Park, a Grade II registered historic park, which aims to find a balance between protecting its important historic and ecological features, such as the World War 2 anti- aircraft gun battery, as well ensuring we provide a range of opportunities for...More
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 the St John’s Lane and Wedmore Vale sections of the...More
The aim of the scheme is to upgrade the existing refuge island, which is not currently fit for purpose, and is not considered a safe place for pedestrians. We are proposing to replace the existing island with a zebra crossing, and by doing so, it will provide easier and safer access to and from...More
We are consulting on the key improvements which local people want to see in their parks and open spaces within Henbury and Brentry. The Neighbourhood Partnership has approx. £80,000 to spend and this will be spent to deliver the main priorities which come from this survey. The consultation will...More
Bristol has been awarded additional funding from the Department for Transport to upgrade and extend walking and cycling routes across the city.
One of these routes is the Southmead Quietway. We are working to make this route a quiet, safe and enjoyable route to get people to work or play all...More
Early Years National Funding Formula (EYNFF) and 30 Hours Free Childcare - Provider Consultation to ask about spending of Dedicated Schools Grant funding (public money) and ask sufficiency questions about 30 Hours Free Childcare.
Childcare Works are offering Learn, Explore, Debate (LED)...More
This draft plan has been prepared for a formal consultation exercise about our proposals related to accommodation services to protect people from homelessness now and in the future. We are keen to get views on these proposals from people who have used homelessness services, providers of...More
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.
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The statutory definition of a Conservation Area is “an area of special architectural or historic interest, the character and appearance of which it is desirable to preserve or enhance” (Planning (Listed Building and Conservation Areas) Act 1990, s.69(1)).
Adopted Conservation Area Character...More
Redfield Lodge is a council owned and run 40 bed residential dementia care home in the east of the city. 38 of the beds are permanent, one is for emergency respite and one is for planned respite.
The care home has been overspent for the last three years and this year alone it amounts to...More
The Big Alcohol Debate takes place in Bristol from Monday 14 th November 2016 to Monday 30 th January 2016. We hope to hold a conversation with people in Bristol to gauge their attitudes to alcohol in the city and to raise awareness about alcohol issues.
This report has been prepared on behalf of Bristol City Council. It details a process of engagement undertaken with local residents and parents and staff of Chester Park School located in the Fishponds area of Bristol.
The focus of this exercise has been the local street layout and proposed...More
This consultation details a process of the engagement undertaken with local residents, parents and staff at both Whitehall Junior School and the Limes Nursery, located in the Whitehall area of Bristol.
The focus of this exercise has been the local street layout and proposed changes brought...More
We are commissioning a wide range of treatment and support for people affected by drugs/alcohol use in Bristol under the Recovery Orientated Alcohol and Drugs Service (ROADS) banner.
We have set up a series of consultation events to discuss plans with stakeholders in more detail.
We are consulting on the proposed introduction of two new School Keep Clears outside May Park Primary School. The proposals are to introduce one length of SKC at the junction of East Park and Freeland Buildings. The second is to be outside the school entrance at the corner of Coombe Road/ East...More
We are consulting on the proposed reintroduction of School Keep Clears on Headley Park Avenue at the junction of Headley Lane. These are to be reintroduced because of vehicles parking too close to the junction as to make it difficult for children and parents to see or be seen by approaching...More
We are consulting on the Mandatory School Keep Clears and additional Double Yellow Lines at St. Bonaventure’s Primary School. The proposals are expected to make a safer environment outside the school entrance and at the junction between Friary Road and Egerton Road.
Over the next two years the council will be working with the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation as well as partners from different sectors across the city to become more Sugar Smart. Work will be taking place in schools, workplaces, and with our restaurants and takeaways to look at the small changes...More
Bristol City Council is responsible for setting the admission arrangements for all Community and Voluntary Controlled schools in the city. This consultation includes the proposed new intake oversubscription criteria and co-ordinated admission schemes for the 2018/19 school year.
The four West of England Councils would like your involvement in the next steps of the plan which will help steer development in our area over the next 20 years to 2036.
Last year we held consultation process to gain people’s thoughts and ideas to help set the approach and priorities for the...More
A parking review of Avonmouth Way and the surrounding area has been requested following complaints from local businesses about access issues and congestion caused by parked vehicles.
These proposals aim to address these issues through the introduction of double yellow lines which will help...More
The draft proposal sets out a change to how Bristol City Council prioritises victims of Domestic Abuse through Home Choice Bristol. Within the context of increasing demand for affordable rented properties our focus is to help those who are most at risk to move quickly. We will prioritise high risk...More
The consultation is now closed.
We asked for your views on the Corporate Strategy for 2017 to 2022. We consulted about:
Our Bold Ideas to meet the key challenges of the future
A suggested increase of 1.95% per year in Council Tax
An additional 2% on...More
As outlined in The Childcare Bill, the extended free childcare entitlement for working parents of three- and four-year-olds will provide eligible parents with a total of 30 hours of free childcare per week, over 38 weeks or the equivalent number of hours across more weeks per year.
This is a consultation for proposed pedestrian and cycle infrastructure improvement scheme on Broom Hill and Blackberry Hill. The improvement seeks to improve existing facilities for pedestrians and cyclists by widening the existing east footway and shared use path. Crossing facilities will also...More
This is a combined consultation for two proposed highway improvements schemes in the Windmill Hill area. The Cotswold Road North, Windmill Hill and Fraser Street junction improvement seeks to improve crossing facilities for pedestrians and cyclists. The Windmill Hill local traffic scheme seeks to...More
This survey is about ‘Driverless Vehicles’ (DVs).
There are some vehicles with limited self-driving technologies already on the roads. It is likely that we will see the first generation of fully-Driverless Vehicles by 2030.
This survey will ask you a number of questions about Driverless...More