Westbury-on-Trym


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

Proposals for New Pedestrian Crossing on Southmead Road

BCC has initiated a second consultation on revised proposals for the installation of a new Pedestrian Crossing on Southmead Road. This second consultation follows significant feedback (and objections) to the location that had been proposed previously.

The majority of the …to continue reading, click here

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Proposals for New Pedestrian Crossing on Shirehampton Road (near Stoke Lodge)

BCC has initiated a consultation on proposals for the installation of a new Pedestrian Crossing on Shirehampton Road (near Stoke Lodge) and also proposed modifications to the nearby mini-roundabout at the Druid Hill junction.

Funding for this consultation, and the …to continue reading, click here

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Notes for Westbury-on-Trym Forum, 13 May 2015

The Notes from the last WoT Forum, held on 13 May 2015, can be read here: WoT Forum Notes, 13 May 2015 and include 3 attachments that were tabled with the Meeting Agenda:

Attachment 1 (Page 6): Actions Arising from …to continue reading, click here

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Transport Working Group Meeting, Thursday 16 July 2015

The last Meeting of the Transport Working Group was held on Thursday 16 July 2015, at Westbury-on-Trym Academy.

Notes of the Meeting can be seen here: Notes of Working Group Meeting (20) 16 July 2015 and the latest edition (Issue …to continue reading, click here

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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. 

The …to continue reading, click here

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CPNN Mitigation – Henbury Loop?

South Gloucester Council’s evolving plans for their Cribbs/Patchway New Neighbourhood (CPNN) and Charlton Hayes includes provision of upwards of 8000 new homes plus small commercial units, schools, health centre, pubs etc. 

Whilst Bristol City Council (BCC) and South Gloucester Council …to continue reading, click here

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Westbury-on-Trym Parking Review – Updated

For the benefit of all visitors to this website, I’m pleased to advise you both that BCC has initiated a review of the Parking restrictions in the central area of Westbury-on-Trym.

Funding for this Review and its eventual implementation was …to continue reading, click here

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Save Westbury Library Campaign

 

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 of 30 …to continue reading, click here

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Sustrans’ Street Pockets Project

Sustrans is working with 15 communities in Bristol, to help them transform their streets. Sustrans’ Street Pockets Project is part of Bristol Green Capital and they are working with all of Bristol City Council’s Neighbourhood Partnerships.Residents changing their street.Sustrans will convert one …to continue reading, click here

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Boundary Review Arrangements Finalised for Bristol City Council (12 May 2015)

Today (12 May 2015), the independent Local Boundary Commission for England has published its final recommendations for new electoral arrangements for Bristol City Council, following a ten-week public consultation on its draft proposals and draws new boundaries for each council …to continue reading, click here

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