Communications


BCC’s “Your Neighbourhood Consultation, 2017”

Earlier this year, when the Mayor and his Cabinet set the city’s budget for 2017/18 and beyond, we were warned that the council would have less money to provide services in Bristol over the next five years.
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Westbury Library – Saved?

Following a presentation to Bristol City Council’s Neighbourhood Scrutiny Commission on Friday 17 July, it would appear that Westbury Library will now be spared closure. However, the final decision will be made by Mayor Fergusson at September’s Cabinet Meeting. 

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Save Westbury Library Campaign

Westbury Library

 

There are just a few days remaining for formal objections to be registered with Bristol City Council over their proposals to close Westbury library. 

Therefore, objections will be considered “valid” right up until the Consultation’s closing date ...to continue reading, click here

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Relocation of Southmead Police Station

Southmead Police Station

Mark Runacres, our Neighbourhood Inspector at Southmead Police Station, has recently provided the following update:

“I am now able to update you on progress to establish the new policing base for North Bristol.  After considering various options ...to continue reading, click here

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UPDATE (4): Proposals to Close Westbury Library

Westbury Library

A Report was presented to Cabinet on 3 March 2015 which recommend that seven libraries should no longer be maintained as City Council Libraries and that they should either be closed or handed over to the community. Both ...to continue reading, click here

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UPDATE: Let’s Get Creative – Neighbourhood Arts Programme

Supported by funding from Bristol 2015 European Green Capital, arts projects will spring up all over Bristol, right from the tip of Avonmouth to the toe of Dundry View. They’ll be driven by communities and created with professional artists ...to continue reading, click here

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Consultation on proposed boundary changes for Bristol’s Wards

 The Boundary Commission is currently carrying out an electoral review of Bristol City Council. The aim of the electoral review is to recommend ward boundaries that mean each city councillor represents approximately the same number of voters.

The commission is

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Councillors Request Objective Assessment into 20mph Schemes

Extract from draft MINUTES OF THE FULL COUNCIL MEETING OF BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL HELD ON 11 NOVEMBER 2014 AT 6.00 p.m. 

CNL 53.11/14  MOTIONS (agenda item 10) 

Within the time available at the meeting, the Full Council considered the following ...to continue reading, click here

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Help to Shape the Future of Bristol’s Library Service

Bristol City Council is currently reviewing the future of its library service across the city. Therefore, BCC are inviting everyone to take part in a first stage consultation about the future design of Bristol’s libraries.  They are holding face to ...to continue reading, click here

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NP’s Statement on 20mph Rollout, RPZs and Downs Parking Schemes

At the Neighbourhood Partnership Meeting on 22 September 2014, concerns were raised by Cllr Goulandris that various erroneous urban myths were being perpetuated to the effect that our NP had been instrumental in supporting the Council’s current rollout of blanket ...to continue reading, click here

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