Westbury-on-Trym


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

Westbury-on-Trym Parking Review

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 …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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The Downs & Sneyd Park Parking Restrictions: Statutory Consultation

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.

The consultation generated over 200 responses; many with detailed …to continue reading, click here

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Next WoT Neighbourhood Forum, Wednesday 13 May 2015

The next WoT Neighbourhood Forum will be held on Wednesday 13 May 2015 (6.30 – 9.00pm) at “Venue 35″, in Stoke Lane.

The Meeting will include the annual elections for Resident Representatives – hence commencing at the earlier time of …to continue reading, click here

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Relocation of 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 it has been agreed …to continue reading, click here

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Notes for Westbury-on-Trym Forum, 4 February 2015

The Notes from the last WoT Forum, held on 4 February 2015, can be read here: WoT Forum Notes, 4 Feb 2015 and include 4 attachments that were tabled with the Meeting Agenda:

Attachment 1 (Page 4): Proposed Ward Boundary Changes for …to continue reading, click here

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UPDATE (4): Proposals to Close 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 Westbury and Sea Mills …to continue reading, click here

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Speed Cameras Across Bristol Area to be Reactivated

Speed cameras across the Bristol area will start to be switched back on from 11 February.

This marks the beginning of a road safety project that will see a total of 29 static cameras become operational again for the first …to continue reading, click here

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