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  • Proposed School Term Dates 2022/2023

    This consultation includes the proposed dates for the 2022/23 school year. Term 1: Thursday 1st September 2022 to Friday 21st October 2022 (37 School Days) Term 2: Monday 31st October 2022 to Friday 16th December 2022 (35 School Days) Term 3: Tuesday 3rd... More
    Closes 25 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
    Closes 18 July 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
    Closes 19 July 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
    Closes 23 July 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
    Closes 15 August 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
  • 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
  • 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
    Closes 5 September 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
  • Bristol's Citizens' Panel

    Are you interested in becoming part of the Bristol's Citizens' Panel? We need residents of Bristol to regularly share their views and ideas on a wide range of issues, and we want to reflect the population in age, ethnicity, gender, location and other demographics. ... More
    Closes 1 December 2025
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