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- The Downs & Sneyd Park – Proposed Parking Restrictions: Update
- Consultation on proposed boundary changes for Bristol’s Wards
- New Entrance to Canford Park
- Notes for Henleaze Forum, 9 October 2014
- Councillors Request Objective Assessment into 20mph Schemes
- Help to Shape the Future of Bristol’s Library Service
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- Peter Weeks on The Downs & Sneyd Park – Proposed Parking Restrictions: Update
- David Mayer on Councillors Request Objective Assessment into 20mph Schemes
- Alan Aburrow on Next WoT Open Forum, Wednesday 8 October 2014
- Mary Orna on Next WoT Open Forum, Wednesday 8 October 2014
- Chrissie Decker on Coldharbour Road: Proposed New Pedestrian Crossing
- Alan Aburrow on Contacts
- Justin Ogilvie on Contacts
- Mark Baker on The Downs & Sneyd Park – Proposed Parking Restrictions
- Alan Aburrow on The Downs & Sneyd Park – Proposed Parking Restrictions
- Gay Huggins on The Downs & Sneyd Park – Proposed Parking Restrictions
The Public Consultation on proposals to introduce double yellow lines, single yellow lines, 4 hour limited waiting and disabled bays on the Downs took place between 18 August and 21 September 2014. This followed a request from the Henleaze, Stoke …to continue reading, click here
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 currently …to continue reading, click here
Bristol City Council is pleased to announce that they intend to start the construction of a new entrance to Canford Park during February 2015. Full details can be seen here: New Entrance for Canford Park…to continue reading, click here
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 …to continue reading, click here
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
The last Meeting of the Transport Working Group was held on Tuesday 21 October 2014, at Westbury-on-Trym Academy.
The Notes from the last WoT Forum, held on 8 October 2014, can be read here: WoT Forum Notes 8 Oct 2014 and include 7 attachments that were tabled with the Meeting Agenda:
Attachment 1 (Page 7): Actions arising from previous Forum (“You …to continue reading, click here
The next Meeting of the Transport Working Group will be held on Tuesday 21 October 2014, commencing at 7.00pm. Venue – Westbury-on-Trym Academy (Channells Hill) BS9 3HZ. The Meeting is open to all local residents, not just Working Group Members….to continue reading, click here
A little known unpublicised fact is that First Bus pay compensation for poor service, such as the non-arrival of scheduled services. Their “Customer Promise” offers customers who hold a valid travel ticket or pass, the opportunity to make a travel …to continue reading, click here
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