The Big Alcohol Debate takes place in Bristol from Monday 14 th November 2016 to Monday 30 th January 2016. We hope to hold a conversation with people in Bristol to gauge their attitudes to alcohol in the city and to raise awareness about alcohol issues.
This draft plan has been prepared for a formal consultation exercise about our proposals related to accommodation services to protect people from homelessness now and in the future. We are keen to get views on these proposals from people who have used homelessness services, providers of...More
We are consulting on a long term plan for Stoke Park, a Grade II registered historic park, which aims to find a balance between protecting its important historic and ecological features, such as the World War 2 anti- aircraft gun battery, as well ensuring we provide a range of opportunities for...More
The Council is now moving on the next stage of adopting a new set of parks byelaws. The 24 proposed byelaws focus on ensuring everyone can continue to use the city’s parks and green spaces responsibly, considerately and safely. They will also give the council and its partners scope to tackle...More
Over the next two years the council will be working with the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation as well as partners from different sectors across the city to become more Sugar Smart. Work will be taking place in schools, workplaces, and with our restaurants and takeaways to look at the small changes...More
We are commissioning a wide range of treatment and support for people affected by drugs/alcohol use in Bristol under the Recovery Orientated Alcohol and Drugs Service (ROADS) banner.
We have set up a series of consultation events to discuss plans with stakeholders in more detail.