Shop Local – this week’s items of interest

1.       Bristol City Council has launched the Bristol Social Value Toolkit. The approach taken ensures that processes used to award grants or contracts give organisations the chance to demonstrate, and be recognised for, the contribution they make to the city, particularly for disadvantaged groups or communities. The Social Value Policy and further information is available[…]

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Shop Local Bristol items of interest

1.       The summer festival season in Bristol is in full swing. Just some examples: Bristol Pride 2019 has just started, and runs till Sunday 14 July at venues across the city with Pride Day on Saturday 13 July. Clifton Fest 2019 is on Saturday 6 July, as is the Southmead Festival. The annual Bristol Shakespeare Festival – the biggest yet – is taking place throughout July in alfresco[…]

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Clean air plan consultation

Bristol City Council has been ordered by the government to submit plans to reduce harmful pollutants in the city’s atmosphere as soon as possible. A 6-week consultation on two options started 1st July 2019. From a Totterdown perspective, it is noticeable that Wells Road and Bath Road are not mentioned[…]

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Temple Gate roadworks update

Construction updates Work on the Temple Gate scheme started on 26 June 2017 and is due to finish in Autumn 2019.                                         New paving on Friary pedestrian area                                                    New bus stop construction on Temple Way New and updated: ·         NEW: Victoria Street inbound has reopened to traffic. ·         NEW: New paving on the Friary and wall[…]

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ShopLocal Bristol items of interest

This week’s Items of Interest:  1.       Bristol City Council is currently carrying out a survey aimed at workspace providers in the city with a collection of units 3,000 sq ft or under in size. The intention is to use the information collected to monitor property trends and to better inform future developments/funding bids. To take[…]

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Items of interest from ShopLocalBris

1.       Bristol City Council is currently carrying out a survey aimed at workspace providers in the city with a collection of units 3,000 sq ft or under in size. The intention is to use the information collected to monitor property trends and to better inform future developments/funding bids. To take the survey, the deadline[…]

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