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  • 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
    Closes 27 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
    Closes 27 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
    Closes 31 October 2021
  • Investing in the Energy Efficiency of our Community Buildings

    Community buildings offer a focal point for the community. This past year they have been at the heart of the COVID pandemic response. Community buildings can help to lead the way on energy efficiency in their communities and be part of helping achieve city wide net zero carbon... More
    Closes 31 October 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
    Closes 7 November 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
    Closes 8 November 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
    Closes 14 November 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
    Closes 22 November 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
    Closes 19 December 2021
  • Welcome and introduction to the topics

    The first assembly session gave participants an introduction to Bristol's assembly and an overview of how an assembly works. Mayor of Bristol Marvin Rees, Deputy Mayor, Cllr Asher Craig and Cllr Paula O’Rourke welcomed assembly members and introduced why the assembly has been called and... More
    Closes 31 December 2021
  • How assembly members have been selected

    We recruited 60 assembly members. These members reflected Bristol’s local diversity in terms of age, sex, disability, ethnicity, geography, deprivation, and employment. Assembly members were provided with everything they need to fully participate in the online... More
    Closes 31 December 2021
  • Advisory Group

    The development and delivery of Bristol's Citizens’ Assembly has been overseen and supported by a voluntary advisory group. What is the role of the Advisory Group? The advisory group provided an independent voice and advice on the citizens’ assembly process so that:... More
    Closes 31 December 2021
  • Second weekend assembly presentations

    The second assembly session saw participants divided into three groups, looking at three topics: Climate change Health Transport Climate change: Simeran Bachra, UK Cities Manager, CDP Health: Sally Hogg, Consultant... More
    Closes 31 December 2021
  • Walking and Cycling Improvements form

    An interactive mapping tool has been launched to capture the public’s views on possible changes to improve walking and cycling in Bristol. The public can add their comments and ideas to the map online. This could include identifying locations for cycle hangars on certain roads to increase... More
    Closes 31 December 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
    Closes 31 December 2021
  • Health

    The assembly heard evidence on health inequalities from a broad range of speakers with research and lived experience perspectives to focus on how they could tackle these in Bristol. How should we tackle health inequalities in Bristol? ... More
    Closes 6 March 2022
  • Transport

    Assembly participants took a deep dive into the transport topic and heard speakers outline what changes we can make in ou r neighbourhoods to make travel easier healthier and better for the environment. What changes should we make to our neighbourhoods to make how we travel easier,... More
    Closes 6 March 2022
  • Climate change

    In the climate topic, members heard about the impact of homes on climate change and took time to discuss this together and make recommendations about what should happen. How do we rapidly reduce the impact of our homes on climate change? See the full list of speakers here ... More
    Closes 7 March 2022
  • Recommendations of the Citizens' Assembly

    The assembly has produced 17 recommendations to take forward. Each recommendation has a rationale and there are a total of 82 associated actions to: rapidly reduce the impact of our homes on climate change make changes to our neighbourhoods to make traveling... More
    Closes 7 March 2022
  • INMSS Framework – ongoing parent carer survey

    This survey aims to collect the views of parent carers whose children have special educational needs and/or a disability (SEND) and attend a for profit/private or independent school. Bristol is leading a consortium of councils who are developing a framework which will enable us to purchase these... More
    Closes 31 December 2022
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