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  • Bristol Impact Fund Consultation

    Forward - Councillor Asher Craig, Deputy Mayor with responsibility for Communities, Equalities and Public Health I am delighted to be introducing the consultation on the proposed second round of the successful Bristol Impact Fund programme 2021 - 2025. ... More
    Opened 13 November 2020
  • Claremont School redevelopment proposals

    Claremont School and Bristol City Council are working on a capital programme to redevelop the Claremont School site in Henleaze. The proposals, which will address the current building suitability issues and deteriorating condition, are to retain and refurbish Claremont House and demolish the... More
    Opened 13 November 2020
  • Admission Arrangements For Schools Not Maintained by the Local Authority 2022 2023

    Bristol City Council is responsible for determining admission arrangements for all community and voluntary controlled (VC) school in Bristol. We are not responsible for decisions made on behalf of other schools including; academies, foundation and voluntary aided schools. ... More
    Opened 19 October 2020
  • Shirehampton Conservation Area Consultation

    The last full review of the Shirehampton Conservation Area was conducted in 1993; reassessment of its special character and boundaries is overdue. In 2006, English Heritage published Guidance on Conservation Area Appraisals detailing best practice on conducting an assessment of an... More
    Opened 12 October 2020
  • Consultation on new Traffic Clean Air Zone options

    Air pollution has been a problem in Bristol and many UK cities for a long time. Bristol City Council has a moral and legal duty to ensure the city’s air quality meets legal limits of air pollution in the shortest possible time. In 2019, we consulted on two options to... More
    Opened 8 October 2020
  • Belonging from the Beginning: a survey for parents/carers

    This is a survey for expectant parents and parents/carers of children aged 0-5 years. A group of parents (including young parents) have developed this survey to gather the views and experiences of expectant parents and parents/ carers of children aged 0-5. We want to know how you and... More
    Opened 6 October 2020
  • Survey for Children and Young People to inform the Bristol Belonging Strategy

    We know this is another survey, but we are making sure that adults talk to you about and hear what you think and how you feel. It’s important to have your voices heard, especially as this will affect young people, so have your voices heard. We... More
    Opened 6 October 2020
  • Bristol Avon Flood Strategy consultation

    Bristol City Council and the Environment Agency are working together to deliver a long-term plan to better protect homes and businesses from flooding and enhance the river for all. Bristol was built on the River Avon, and as a result became a gateway to the world. Our city grew and prospered... More
    Opened 5 October 2020
  • COVID-19 Bristol survey

    It is vitally important that we all help to control the spread of the COVID-19 virus, as Bristol tries to recover from lockdown. COVID-19 infections are now rising again, and this could lead to a local lockdown in affected parts of the city. The purpose of this short survey is to understand... More
    Opened 29 September 2020
  • Dog Control Public Space Protection Order Consultation

    Bristol City Council is consulting on a Public Space Protection Order for Dog Control. A Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) bans or restricts certain acts or behaviour in a specific area. They’re used in areas where certain behaviour is having a negative effect on the quality of... More
    Opened 28 September 2020
  • Revised Consultation on Future Provision at St Michael's on the Mount and St George Primary Schools

    Bristol City Council is proposing to reorganise C of E primary school provision in Bristol city centre. The proposals are to close St Michael’s on the Mount and St George Primary Schools and open a combined school on the site of St Michael’s. The new school is proposed to open on 1st... More
    Opened 25 September 2020
  • City Centre Cumulative Impact Assessment Consultation

    Bristol City Council is responsible for licensing and regulating businesses where there is the sale of alcohol, provision of regulated entertainment or the provision of late night refreshment. This normally covers businesses such as pubs, clubs, restaurants, hotels, off licences and late... More
    Opened 2 September 2020
  • Broad Plain public realm strategy consultation

    The Broad Plain strategy area is undergoing rapid social and economic change as new development transforms the area into a flatted, residential quarter. The public realm strategy focusses on the area bounded by Temple Way, Old Market Street, Midland Road, New Kingsley Road/Horton Street and Avon... More
    Opened 28 August 2020
  • Consultation on the future of Jubilee Pool

    The council has committed to better connect people to accessible and affordable leisure facilities so they can be active and lead healthier lives. This commitment has seen us invest heavily in south Bristol facilities including Hengrove Leisure Centre. ... More
    Opened 12 August 2020
  • Your City Our Future citizen survey

    For further information on the Bristol Citizens' Assembly, please go to the Bristol Citizens' Assembly website. Overview COVID-19 has caused great disruption to our lives and livelihoods. As the city recovers we have a once in a lifetime opportunity to think about what kind of... More
    Opened 5 August 2020
  • Bristol Local Plan Managing the development of HMOs: Draft Supplementary Planning Document

    We sought views earlier this year on a new draft Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) relating to the development of houses in multiple occupation (HMOs). This guidance will support existing Local Plan policy used to decide planning applications for this type of accommodation. The policy aims... More
    Opened 3 August 2020
  • Bristol Streets - A37/A4018 Transport Corridor Improvements

    We want to hear your ideas for improvements to the A37/A4018 transport corridor. The corridor starts in Stockwood and travels along the A37 through Knowle and Totterdown into the central area calling at Temple Meads. It then heads north along the A4018 and travels into Henleaze, Southmead and... More
    Opened 24 July 2020
  • STATUTORY CONSULTATION: Bristol Bridge Experimental Traffic Regulation Order (ETRO). (Reference: CAE/RGW/EP‐1181)

    Bristol City Council is making changes to how vehicles access some parts of the city centre. These changes are part of our Bristol Transport Strategy and aim to help meet air quality and 2030 climate goals by prioritising Public Transport (Buses and Taxis) and Active travel (Cycling and... More
    Opened 16 July 2020
  • Review of Public Space Protection Orders

    There are a number of Public Space Protection Orders (PSPO) across the city which are valid until 19th October 2020. They are an area based order intended to deal with a particular nuisance or problem that is detrimental to an areas use. They are intended to ensure that the area can... More
    Opened 13 July 2020
  • Mayoral governance in Bristol: Has it made a difference? Report by Bristol Universities

    Every 4 years a joint Bristol Universities project conducts formal analysis on the mayoral leadership model, and what the city's leaders & people think about this. Quality of Life survey results, Citizens’ Panel and other surveys were set up and used as part of their formal evaluation &... More
    Opened 1 April 2020
  • Proposed School Term Dates 2021/2022

    This consultation includes the proposed dates for the 2021/22 school year. Term 1: Thursday 2nd September 2021 to Friday 22nd October 2021 (37 School Days) Term 2: Monday 1st November 2021 to Friday 17th December 2021 (35 School Days) Term 3: Tuesday 4th... More
    Opened 17 March 2020
  • Home Care and Extra Care Housing

    Bristol City Council has a responsibility to arrange good quality care and support services for people who are eligible for Local Authority support. Some people receive care and support in their own home and this service is called Home Care. Some people choose to move into accommodation built... More
    Opened 5 March 2020
  • Fair Furlong Mandatory School Keep Clears and Bollards

    As part of the Safer Routes to Schools Scheme it is proposed that Mandatory School Keep Clear Parking restrictions will be introduced at the entrances to the Fair Furlong Primary School in Withywood. Some Double yellow Lines are also proposed around the junction of Fair Furlong and Vowell... More
    Opened 2 March 2020
  • Old City Streets

    We want to hear your views on a proposal to restrict vehicles at some times of the day in the Old City area to improve the street space available to everyone. Our proposal is to allow a delivery window in the morning and afternoon and to also allow access at all times for pedestrians,... More
    Opened 25 February 2020
  • Bedminster Green Community Engagement

    As part of the plans to regenerate the area known as Bedminster Green, Bristol City Council is working on a number of projects to improve the area. We are seeking feedback from the local community on initial ideas for improving the River Malago and the green, and improving travel around and... More
    Opened 24 February 2020
  • Bristol Family Cycling Centre Engagement Survey

    The Bristol Family Cycling Centre needs to relocate and one possible site is at Henacre, Lawrence Weston. Bristol Family Cycling Centre (BFCC) is a cycling facility that gives people of all ages and abilities the chance to ride different kinds of bikes in a traffic-free... More
    Opened 24 February 2020
  • Bristol Citizens' Panel survey - Climate Change

    Panel members were asked questions that would support a public consultation upon Bristol City Council developing a website to help people reduce their effect on climate change. < Click here > to see the details of the full public engagement. More
    Opened 5 February 2020
  • Bristol City Council Climate Change Website Survey

    Bristol City Council is developing a website to help people reduce their effect on climate change. Climate change is a long-term shift in global or regional climate patterns. Human activities such as burning gas, oil and coal are contributing to a changing climate, which in turn can cause... More
    Opened 5 February 2020
  • SEND Children and Young People Survey 2020 - Spring Term

    Following the Ofsted/CQC inspection findings of Special Educational Needs and Disability ( SEND) services across Bristol, we are developing our Written Statement of Action SEND improvement plan. This survey is one of the things we are doing to help us to better understand parents’,... More
    Opened 4 February 2020
  • SEND Parent Carer Survey 2020 - Spring Term

    Following Bristol’s Special Educational Needs and Disability (S END) inspection we are developing our improvement plan. This survey is one of the things we are doing to help us to better understand parents’, carers’ and children and young people’s experiences of the SEND system in... More
    Opened 4 February 2020
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