Henleaze


Community events in this ward.
Not political or Religous in nature.

Blaise Castle Estate – Proposed New Local Parking Restrictions

Bristol City Council is planning to introduce a new Traffic Regulation Order for the surrounding adopted highways, prior to the introduction of car parking charges at the Blaise Castle Estate (and also the Oldbury Court Estate).
 
In order to implement ...to continue reading, click here

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Bristol Libraries Update

The Mayor has announced that all Bristol libraries will stay open until at least May 2020.
This has been reported in the Bristol Post online, and can be viewed at: www.bristolpost.co.uk/news/bristol-news/bristols-libraries-saved-for-now-1690333

A summary of the article is as follows:...to continue reading, click here

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Support Bristol’s Trees

Trees

Bristol Tree Forum are holding a Public Meeting on Monday 4 June 2018 at City Hall, between 6 pm and 8 pm. All those with an interest in the future of Bristol’s trees are welcome to attend. No booking-in required....to continue reading, click here

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Ex-NP3 Councillors’ Stage 1 Bids for CIL Funding, 2018/19

The Deadline for community consultations and producing Ward CIL/S106 priorities for Stage 1 project proposals for this financial Year is Friday 4 May.
A formal Area 1 Committee Meeting will be held on 9 May, when bids for projects from ...to continue reading, click here

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Permanent Police Station for Southmead Announced

At last, Avon & Somerset Police have revealed the location of the new Southmead Police Station – on the Southmead Hospital site!

Full details can be found via this link to the A&S Police website....to continue reading, click here

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Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)

More information about the revised CIL allocation process for local projects can be seen here: www.activenp.co.uk/funding/...to continue reading, click here

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Reporting Traffic Issues to Bristol City Council

The demise of the highly successful NP3 Transport Working Group has removed an important link with BCC Highways’ function for raising traffic issues and their possible rectification, by the allocation of funding previously devolved to Bristol’s 14 NPs.
However, the ...to continue reading, click here

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Notes from Henleaze Neighbourhood Forum, 22 February 2018

The Notes from the last Henleaze Neighbourhood Forum, held on 22 February 2018, can be read here: Henleaze Forum Notes, 22 February 2018

The next Meeting will be held on Thursday 28 June 2018 at  Henleaze Library, commencing at 7.00pm. ...to continue reading, click here

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Bristol Street Trees – A Temporary Reprieve

Street Trees (3)At last, funding for the routine maintenance of Bristol’s street trees has been secured – albeit only for 2018/19.
Following pressure from the Bristol Tree Forum, the Mayor’s budget proposals to stop maintaining street trees has been reversed – initially ...to continue reading, click here

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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

The Notes from the last Henleaze Forum, ...to continue reading, click here

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