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  • Chester Park Junior School - School Streets Survey

    Bristol City Council is proposing to create a temporary walking, wheeling, cycling and scooting zone on a section of Abingdon Road (from Moorlands Road to the junction of Acton road) for approximately 40 minutes at school opening and closing times. The scheme would likely run from 08:30 –... More
    Opened 1 December 2021
  • Consultation on improvements to Park Row, Perry Road, Upper Maudlin Street and Colston Street

    Why we are making changes Bristol City Council is asking for your views on the proposed improvements to Park Row, Perry Road, Upper Maudlin Street and Colston Street. At the end of 2020 (14 December 2020 to 24 January 2021) we asked people for their views on suggested improvements to these... More
    Opened 29 November 2021
  • Consultation on improvements to the number 2 bus route (A37/A4018)

    Why we are making changes Bristol City Council is asking for your views on the proposed improvements to the A37/A4018 following the number 2 bus route. In 2020 ( 24 July 2020 to 21 September 2020 ) we asked people for suggested improvements to this route. We... More
    Opened 29 November 2021
  • Broomhill Roundabout Improvements Engagement Survey

    The council have secured funding to provide an improvement scheme for the Broom Hill mini roundabout junction on the B4058 and any related traffic managment and / or highway measures. The funding has been put in place to meet planning conditions of the 350 new homes that were built as part of... More
    Opened 22 November 2021
  • Mead Street: survey on emerging principles and concepts for regeneration

    Bristol, like cities around the world, is facing immense challenges - ecological and climate emergencies, economic inequality, establishing a sustainable recovery from the pandemic and population growth. The city’s population is expected to grow by 20% in the next 20 years, that’s over 70,000... More
    Opened 22 November 2021
  • Youth Zone consultation

    The proposed £8.4 million South Bristol Youth Zone is a collaboration with delivery partners OnSide, and local charity and provider, Youth Moves. Youth Zones can be found across the UK and are affordable, high quality spaces for children and young people (CYP) aged 8 to 19, or under... More
    Opened 16 November 2021
  • A draft One City Food Equality Strategy for Bristol 2022-2032 consultation

    People in Bristol have unequal access to nutritious, affordable and sustainably sourced food. Food inequality has been made worse by COVID-19 and is further threatened by impacts of Brexit and climate change. It is people who are already most disadvantaged who will feel the impacts of food... More
    Opened 11 November 2021
  • Purpose-built Student Accommodation and Shared Living - Draft Supplementary Planning Document

    We are asking for your views on new planning guidance relating to the development of purpose-built student accommodation and other forms of shared living accommodation. The new draft Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) will support existing and emerging Local Plan policy used to decide... More
    Opened 8 November 2021
  • Budget 2022-2023 Consultation

    Every February, the council sets a budget for the next year which details how much money we will be able to spend on each of the services the council provides. We are consulting on options for the level of Council Tax next year (from April 2022-March 2023) to help cover some of... More
    Opened 5 November 2021
  • Cotham Hill Permanent Scheme Consultation

    We are asking residents, businesses and anyone who enjoys Cotham Hill to comment on three possible permanent schemes. Over the summer, the council provided more space for walking and cycling on our streets to support social distancing during COVID-19. This included installing two... More
    Opened 25 October 2021
  • Investing in council homes consultation

    This is an opportunity to decide our key priorities for providing and maintaining council homes in Bristol for the next 30 years. We want to do this with as much input as possible from residents, councillors, colleagues and other organisations we work with. We own and manage over... More
    Opened 20 October 2021
  • Kellaway Avenue / Wellington Hill West Junction Refurbishments

    We are proposing to carry out some proposed road safety improvement works at the crossroad junction with Kellaway Avenue and Wellington Hill. The traffic signals at this junction need replacing due to their age and condition. The current layout also only provides pedestrian crossings... More
    Opened 18 October 2021
  • Canford Lane Pedestrian Crossing

    Funding has been allocated by local area committee to provide a safe pedestrian crossing point of Canford Lane. The current proposal is for a new zebra crossing of Canford Lane just to the east of the main entrance to Canford Crematorium and Cemetery. There is no current existing... More
    Opened 6 October 2021
  • Hillside Road Traffic Calming

    Funding has been allocated by local area committee to install traffic calming on Hillside Road with the aim of reducing vehicle speeds and improving safety for all. The proposals include; Speed cushions along Hillside Road and Kingsway Avenue at key... More
    Opened 6 October 2021
  • Consultation on Scheme for Financing Schools

    1. Local Authorities are required to publish schemes for financing schools setting out the financial relationship between them and the schools they maintain. Bristol’s current scheme was last updated in May 2017. 2. Changes to the scheme can be initiated by the LA or be directed... More
    Opened 5 October 2021
  • Knowle West Health Park engagement

    What do you want to see built at Knowle West Health Park? Earlier this year, the council launched a consultation on proposals for new housing in Knowle West, including an initial vision for Knowle West Health Park. Having considered the feedback from this... More
    Opened 4 October 2021
  • 96-98 West Street housing development consultation

    Bristol City Council Housing Delivery Service, is looking to redevelop a former garage court site, situated on the intersection of Clifton Road and West Street in Bedminster. The intention is to provide ‘move on’ accommodation, enabling people who are homeless to have a home... More
    Opened 4 October 2021
  • Sex Establishments Policy consultation 2021

    Sex establishments include sex shops, sexual entertainment venues, and sex cinemas. You can find more information about what these are here . The number and type of sex establishments permitted in various parts of Bristol are defined in a Sex Establishment Policy. The current... More
    Opened 28 September 2021
  • Leisure Facilities Investment Strategy

    Bristol City Council owns nine leisure centres and swimming pools located across Bristol. The council also helps to fund the City of Bristol Gymnastics Centre, the Bristol Brunel Academy Fitness Suite and eight school leisure facilities that the public can use. Bristol City Council... More
    Opened 17 September 2021
  • Harbour Hopes

    The public engagement programme that will help inform the future of Western Harbour has started. The ‘Harbour Hopes’ creative engagement programme will start a citywide conversation on the future of Western Harbour, the regeneration area centred around Cumberland Basin, to explore... More
    Opened 15 September 2021
  • Youth Zone Public Engagement

    As we emerge from the pandemic the effects of isolation on our young people, especially those in more disadvantaged communities, is apparent. Children and young people (CYP) in Bristol need us to invest in their futures. They need a place that helps them to learn new... More
    Opened 3 September 2021
  • Dovercourt Housing Proposals Consultation

    We are consulting on proposals for a residential development of approximately 140 homes on the Dovercourt Depot site in the residential area of Lockleaze, off Dovercourt Road. Please share your views to help us shape this Outline Planning stage. This is the second round of public... More
    Opened 1 September 2021
  • Corporate Strategy 2021

    The Corporate Strategy describes our vision for the council, the services we deliver, and what we want to achieve with our partners in Bristol and beyond. The strategy sets out our main priorities for the coming five years, and it informs everything the council does and how we plan for the... More
    Opened 13 August 2021
  • Draft concept plan for land off New Fosseway Road

    Working with a multi-disciplinary design team, Bristol City Council is bringing forward plans to transform the former New Fosseway School site, the land to the rear of New Fosseway Road, Hengrove. We carried out an initial stage of local engagement earlier this year.... More
    Opened 9 August 2021
  • Alternative Learning Provision Consultation

    Alternative Learning Provision (ALP) is where children and young people can receive an education if they aren’t able to remain in school some or all of the time. This can be for health reasons, exclusion, or because they need some additional support. Bristol’s vision is for ALP that helps... More
    Opened 11 June 2021
  • Gap House development (Bell Close, Horfield) consultation

    Artist's impression of proposed site Bristol City Council is proposing to develop the former garage site next to Bell Close, behind Bishop Manor Road, in Horfield. The intention is to deliver 9 affordable homes on this site and we are exploring opportunities for... More
    Opened 11 June 2021
  • Greville House – Consultation Phase 2

    Bristol City Council’s new build development team is developing a residential planning application for the former Greville Elderly Persons Home (EPH) site on Lacey Road, Stockwood. The intention is to deliver 100% affordable housing on this site, the actual split of the... More
    Opened 10 June 2021
  • Extra Care Housing Commissioning Plan Consultation

    Bristol City Council is reviewing the care and support services delivered in Extra Care Housing (ECH) that are funded by the council’s Adult Social Care budget. The council is looking at what services are delivered and how the council would like to commission (buy) these services in the future.... More
    Opened 7 June 2021
  • Edward Colston Statue Exhibition and Survey

    The statue of Edward Colston was pulled down on 7 June 2020 during a Black Lives Matter protest in Bristol. One year on, the statue now forms part of a new display at M Shed to start a city-wide conversation about its future. The statue is on display alongside a selection of placards from... More
    Opened 4 June 2021
  • Gambling Act Policy Review 2021

    One of the requirements of the Gambling Act 2005 is for the council to produce a Statement of Gambling Policy setting out how gambling will be regulated in Bristol. The Gambling Act requires local authorities to review their policy every three years. The current... More
    Opened 24 May 2021
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