Henleaze


Community events in this ward.
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Next Henleaze Neighbourhood Forum, Thursday 22 February 2018

The next Meeting of the Henleaze Neighbourhood Forum will be held on Thursday 22 February 2018, 7.00 – 9.00pm, at Henleaze library.

The Agenda can be seen here: Henleaze Forum Agenda, Feb 2018

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Notes from Henleaze Neighbourhood Forum, 30 November 2017

The Notes from the last Henleaze Neighbourhood Forum, held on 30 November 2017, can be read here: Henleaze Forum Notes, 30 November 2017

The next Meeting will be held on Thursday 22 February 2018 at  Henleaze Library, commencing at 7.00pm....to continue reading, click here

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Parks & Green Spaces Consultation – An Overview from the Bristol Parks Forum

Canford ParkThe Bristol Parks Forum’s committee has discussed the consultation and, further to requests from its membership, is providing some guidance which is intended to help parks groups and individuals understand and respond to the consultation.

The Forum’s overview is available ...to continue reading, click here

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Planning Application to Expand The Mall Shopping Centre

There has been a recent update from South Gloucestershire Council on the Public Inquiry into the Planning Application (PT14/4894/O) to expand The Mall shopping centre at Cribbs Causeway:

“It was explained at the beginning of the inquiry ...to continue reading, click here

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Notes from Henleaze Neighbourhood Forum, 7 September 2017

The Notes from the last Henleaze Neighbourhood Forum, held on 7 September 2017, can be read here: Henleaze Forum Notes, September 17

The next Meeting will be held on Thursday 30 November 2017 at  Henleaze Library, commencing at 7.00pm.

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Statutory Consultation: Wellington Hill West Parallel Pedestrian/Cycle Crossing

In March 2017, the Council’s Cycling Ambition Team conducted an informal consultation for their proposals to upgrade the existing Zebra Crossing on Wellington Hill West (near The Beehive public house) to a parallel pedestrian and cyclists crossing – with a ...to continue reading, click here

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Bristol Street Trees Petition Now “Live”

Street Trees (3)

The strength of feeling against BCC’s proposals to drastically reduce the funding available for maintaining Bristol’s street trees continues to grow.

Bristol is lucky to have a tree legacy left by the Victorians, but it needs maintaining and topping up. ...to continue reading, click here

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Westbury-on-Trym & Henleaze Forum

With effect from the local elections in May 2016, the previous individual Wards of “Westbury-on-Trym” and “Henleaze” ceased to exist, as a result of the Boundary Changes proposed by the Boundary Commission in 2015. The majority of both of the ...to continue reading, click here

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Protect Our Parks Petition – Now “Live”

05 Rose Garden

Bristol City Council’s published budget proposals show that they will stop funding our parks from April 2019, relying instead on revenue generated from parks’ events and other outside sources. Bristol Parks Forum believes this is impossible to achieve in such ...to continue reading, click here

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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.
As a consequence, ...to continue reading, click here

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