Local News

LABOUR TRAFFIC PLANS TO CAUSE CHAOS IN NORTH BRISTOL

I am deeply concerned about the Council’s proposed plans for the North Bristol Road Network. These proposals were originally scheduled for publication in March 2016 in response to the large amount of new housing being proposed in South Gloucestershire.

CPR SAVES LIVES - SIMPLES

A public use, Defibrillator (AED) was unveiled last week at the Victoria public house, in Chock Lane Westbury-on-Trym on.

FENCING OFF STOKE LODGE IS PLAIN WRONG

My colleagues and I have been supporting the local community in Stoke Bishop as we try and prevent the school from fencing off the Stoke Lodge open space.

LIBRARY CONVERSATIONS TO CONTINUE

As you will know after a spirited campaign by residents and Councillors over the summer last year the Mayor deferred his library proposals (which included 17 closures) whilst he reconsidered.

QUESTIONING THE MAYOR IN THE IMPORTANCE OF CPR

The Government recently came out quite strongly in favour of promoting CPR training in schools. We are hoping that the Council will show the same commitment to supporting CPR training amongst the wider population.

PARK & RIDE POTENTIAL IN NORTH BRISTOL

Residents may or may not be aware but the West of England Authorities were recently consulting on a joint transport plan. Part of this focused on the need for a series of park and ride facilities ringing the City.

SUPPORT FOR LOCAL HIGH STREETS

“We all love our local high streets but many of these local shopping centres are facing stiff competition both from the internet but also larger retail precincts like the Mall.