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  • Stoke Park accessible path proposal

    We would like your views on upgrading a path in Stoke Park, to make it easier for more people to make use of the park and to support new housing in the area. Our proposal is to upgrade an existing path connecting Lockleaze with Jellicoe Avenue at the eastern edge of the park, to create a... More
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  • Bristol Transport Strategy consultation 2018

    We all need to get from A to B. Transport plays a big part of all of our daily lives. The draft Bristol Transport Strategy sets out our vision and ambition for transport in the city up to 2036. You can read the draft Bristol Transport Strategy here. You can read the... More
    Opened 2 days ago
  • Bamfield (Perry Court E-Act) Speed Table

    As part of the Safer Routes to Schools schemes, a zebra crossing and raised table is proposed on Bamfield located on a route to and from Perry Court E-Act Academy. More
    Opened 2 weeks ago
  • School Relevant Area Consultation

    Bristol City Council is required to determine the area that admission authorities in Bristol should use when consulting on school admission arrangements for 2020 until 2022. For Bristol, as an admissions authority, the 'relevant area' being consulted on is the whole city (City of... More
    Opened 2 weeks ago
  • Novers Lane (Greenfield E-Act)

    As part of the ‘Safer Routes to Schools’ schemes, a Zebra Crossing and raised table is proposed on Novers Lane. This is proposed for a location on a route to and from Greenfield E-Act Academy. More
    Opened 2 weeks ago
  • Redcliffe - Application for designation of Redcliffe Residents Action Group & Neighbourhood Forum as the Neighbourhood (Planning) Forum for the Redcliffe Neighbourhood Planning Area

    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... More
    Opened 3 weeks ago
  • Bristol High Street Futures

    Bristol’s high streets and shopping areas are vital to the city’s economy and its communities. In addition to shopping, we recognise that these locations, whatever their size, are places where people work, meet, socialise and spend their leisure time. We have developed... More
    Opened 3 weeks ago
  • Urban Living Supplementary Planning Document: Formal consultation

    In February this year we asked for your views on a draft Urban Living Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) which has been prepared to support the council’s ambition for higher density, quality developments across the city. The results of the consultation have been incorporated into... More
    Opened 1 month ago
  • Advocacy and HealthWatch Commissioning consultation

    Bristol has a range of formal and informal advocacy services delivered across the city. These advocacy services help citizens say what they want from services such as adult care & support, children's services and health and mental health services and it helps influence how these services are... More
    Opened 1 month ago
  • Bristol Citizens' Panel survey - Civic Leadership 2018

    A Citizens' Panel survey asking questions from the University of the West of England and University of Bristol about Civic Leadership in Bristol. More
    Opened 2 months ago
  • Extension of St James Parade Conservation Area

    We are asking for your views on changes to the boundary of St James Parade Conservation Area to get feedback from interested parties on the content of the draft document, to check information is correct and to consult on the proposed extension to the boundary of the Conservation Area. ... More
    Opened 3 months ago
  • Rough Sleeping Encampments Consultation

    Bristol City Council is consulting on its approach to rough sleeping encampments. We are proposing an improved approach to rough sleeping encampments in light of the growing number of encampments in the city. We are providing one main drop-in session at City Hall for... More
    Opened 3 months ago
  • Vehicle Dwelling Encampments

    The council is formalising its approach to vehicle dwelling encampments on the highway. Vehicle dwelling is increasing significantly in Bristol. The council must balance the needs of those vehicle dwelling with those of the local community, and those needing to use the highway and adjacent... More
    Opened 3 months ago
  • Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) Consultation- Draft Grant Funding Plan- 2019-2021

    We are proposing changes to the funding model of Information advice and guidance services in Bristol to promote a more joined up way of working, make best use of resources and produce better outcomes for Bristol citizens. The IAG services serve large numbers of vulnerable citizens in the city... More
    Opened 3 months ago
  • Bristol Early Help Strategy 2018-2021

    This Multiagency Strategy under the Children and Families Partnership Board outlines our plan to deliver the help and support families need at the earliest opportunity to enable them to thrive. It highlights planned citywide early help focus on identification and reduction of adverse... More
    Opened 3 months ago
  • 20mph Limits Review

    We are seeking your views on how the 20mph speed limit operates in practice. The aim of the 20mph review is to identify whether any localised adjustments are needed to the 20mph speed limit across the City in order to improve its effectiveness. In each area there are a number of roads that... More
    Opened 3 months ago
  • Sensory Support Service for Children and Young People with a Sensory Impairment

    The four local authorities who jointly commission the Sensory Support Service (Bath and North-East Somerset, Bristol, North Somerset, South Gloucestershire) are working to redesign the service. the views of everyone who uses or has used or who has a interest in the service are very important.... More
    Opened 3 months ago
  • Gambling Act Policy Review 2018

    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 policy came into force... More
    Opened 3 months ago
  • New Traffic Regulation Order – Blaise Castle Estate & Oldbury Court

    Bristol City Council is planning to introduce new Traffic Regulation Orders for surrounding highways and the introduction of car parking charges at Blaise Castle Estate and Oldbury Court Estate. In order to implement this regulation, there is a need to make changes to the traffic... More
    Opened 4 months ago
  • Updated Proposals for Targeted Short Breaks for children with disabilities

    Based on the feedback from the first stage of the Targeted Short Breaks consultation which closed on 1 June 2018, we are consulting you again with some new proposals. Some of the proposals from phase 1 have not changed. We have kept the same questions for proposals which have not changed and... More
    Opened 4 months ago
  • Hengrove and Whitchurch Park Neighbourhood Plan - Consultation

    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
    Opened 5 months ago
  • Targeted Short Breaks for children with disabilities consultation

    Bristol City Council has a statutory responsibility to provide a range of short breaks (previously known as respite). This is set out in our Short Breaks Statement jointly developed with Bristol Parent Carers. Our Targeted Short Breaks services contracts for children and young people up to age... More
    Opened 5 months ago
  • LGBT+ Survey

    We are a group of LGBT+ young people who want to plan a conference on the 21st May 2018 The theme for the conference is education and looking at the progress we have made since the repeal of Section 28 in 2003. Local Government Act 1988 - Section 28: “A local authority shall not... More
    Opened 5 months ago
  • Sex Establishment Policy Review

    The Council adopted legislation in 2012 which gave it the ability to control and regulate Sex Establishments. A policy was developed at that time and the Council is now reviewing it. This questionnaire will be used to inform the draft policy, and a further consultation on the draft policy will... More
    Opened 6 months ago
  • Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Vision and Priorities Consultation

    Bristol City Council and its partners have high aspirations for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). Bristol’s Education, Health and Care professionals are seeking to improve the way we work together, and with parents and carers, to ensure that... More
    Opened 6 months ago
  • City Centre Framework Consultation

    Bristol City Council has drafted a City Centre Framework document for consultation. The Framework sets out aspirations for how people access and move around the City Centre. It also covers new development and enhancing public spaces, with a focus on Bristol Shopping Quarter, Old City, Castle... More
    Opened 6 months ago
  • Lawrence Weston - 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
    Opened 7 months ago
  • Proposal to introduce a new HMO licensing scheme in 12 central wards of Bristol

    This consultation is now closed and your feedback is being analysed. We consulted on the council's proposal to introduce an Additional Licensing scheme for houses in multiple occupation in the 12 wards that make up central Bristol – Ashley, Bishopston & Ashley Down, Central, Clifton, Clifton... More
    Opened 7 months ago
  • Urban Living Supplementary Planning Document: Making successful places at higher densities

    The consultation on the new Urban Living SPD has now closed. The SPD adds further detail to a new Urban Living policy in the Bristol Local Plan which is being consulted upon at the same time. You can view the video on the Urban Living SPD below: The Urban Living SPD consultation... More
    Opened 7 months ago
  • Bristol Local Plan Review Consultation - February 2018

    The Bristol Local Plan Review will update existing policies for deciding planning applications, guiding development in the city over the next twenty years, building a better Bristol. The reviewed Local Plan will help deliver the new homes and jobs we need, shape our city for the future and... More
    Opened 7 months ago
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