Find Consultations

  • Corporate Strategy 2018-2023 and Budget 2018/19 Consultation

    Overall, the cost of the council providing essential services and further cuts in funding will leave us with a gap in our finances of £108m over the next five years. This follows seven years of cuts in government funding. To bridge this gap we are proposing an increase in Council Tax, an... More
    Closes in 1 day
  • Removal of remaining funding supporting neighbourhood action

    Bristol City Council is proposing changes to the funding it offers to support neighbourhood action. This would enable us to reduce the budget for this service by £257k in 2018/19. Our proposals are described below. You can see the full list of savings which we propose to make over the next... More
    Closes in 1 day
  • Increase income generation and efficiency across the culture services

    Bristol City Council is proposing changes to increase income generation and efficiency across the culture services. This would enable us to reduce the budget for this service by £50k in 2018/19. We are looking at ways of increasing income and efficiency across our culture service beyond those... More
    Closes in 1 day
  • Prioritising allowance needs for Special Guardians and families with children who are voluntarily looked after by the local authority by introducing Financial Assessment

    Bristol City Council is proposing changes to the funding it offers to parents and carers who need extra help to provide care for their children. This would enable us to reduce the budget for this service by £50k in 2018/19. Our proposals are described in the survey below. Please give us your... More
    Closes in 1 day
  • Romney House/former Lockleaze School sites and Constable/Crome Road development proposals

    The Communities of Lockleaze, Horfield and Cheswick Village and the surrounding area are invited to participate in a series of engagement events this autumn as work starts to develop housing proposals for the first of the two priority sites in Lockleaze. Following a consultation event on 4 th ... More
    Closes in 1 week
  • Discretionary Rate Relief Policy Consultation

    Due to reductions in government funding and the needs of a growing and ageing population, the council will have less money to provide services over the next five years. It is forecast that the Discretionary Rate Relief (DRR) scheme would cost an estimated £522,000 in 2018/19 if current levels... More
    Closes in 1 week
  • St George Park kiosk

    The kiosk in St George Park currently provides limited opening times and limited selections of items for the public. This is an opportunity to look at how the kiosk is used and how a kiosk might be used in the future. More
    Closes in 2 weeks
  • Joint Spatial Plan: Publication document

    The four West of England Councils – Bath and North East Somerset, Bristol City, North Somerset, and South Gloucestershire – have prepared a Joint Spatial Plan (JSP) for the West of England. Its purpose is to provide a strategic, overarching vision and framework to help deliver the number of... More
    Closes in 3 weeks
  • School Admission Arrangements for 2019/20 School Year

    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 2019/20 school year. Also included... More
    Closes in 1 month
  • Parks and Green Spaces

    By April 2019 the council has a target to reduce what it spends each year on parks by at least £2.868 million. This means services will need to be run in a very different way; we will need to work more with communities, make more money, create more partnerships, make services as efficient as... More
    Closes in 1 month
  • Hengrove Park and Hartcliffe Campus development proposals

    Communities in South Bristol are invited to participate in a series of engagement events this autumn as work starts to develop plans for the city’s largest housing regeneration scheme. Work is underway to bring forward proposals for two large-scale residential development sites at Hengrove... More
    Closes in 2 months
  • Sport & Active Recreation Facility Strategy Consultation

    National planning policy requires local authorities to carry out an assessment of the needs for sports and recreational facilities. Information gained from the assessments should then be used to determine what open space, sports and recreational provision is required in the area. Bristol and... More
    Closes in 2 months
  • The Bristol Eating Better Award Scheme

    This is an online application for a Bristol Eating Better Award. This scheme aims to help reduce obesity within the city by working with the out of home food environment and forms one of the delivery strands under the Healthy Weight Framework, it also promotes various sustainability criteria. More
    Closes in 1 year
13 results. Page 1 of 1