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Bishopston, Cotham and Redland Neighbourhood Partnership (BCR NP) - The Bristol NP's are about devolving council power back to residents for very local issues like pavement repair and cleaning, parks, trees and road safety. But if we want, it could be much more...we could look to improve the well-being of all those in our area. Each year we have approximately £30,000 to grant to successful applicants young and old for improving the environment like trees, parks, waste, recycling, traffic.
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BCR Neighbourhood PartnershipWednesday, August 24th, 2016 at 2:48pm
Bristol City Council are undertaking a survey around subsidised bus routes in Bristol. Click to have your say! http://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/SupportedBus/

More information below:

Supported Bus Service Consultation

We are currently reviewing Bristol City Council supported bus services and as part of the review process we are carrying out a consultation of residents in the city. The consultation is seeking people’s views on our supported bus services, how they can be improved and what they will look like in the future, within the current financial climate.

We remain vigilant that further savings may be required to the supported bus services budget, and if so, we will have to prioritise our spending in this area. This assessment will be based on feedback from the consultation, the impact on the network, tender prices and value for money.

We are asking residents to complete the consultation on supported bus services to ensure that their views are heard so they can form part of the review.

The consultation can be completed by filling in a paper copy which can be found on the bus, in your local library, through your neighbourhood partnership or online at http://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/SupportedBus/.

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BCR Neighbourhood Partnership shared a Page.Wednesday, August 24th, 2016 at 1:53pm
Hi everyone. I'm Matt the Neighbourhood Officer for the Bishopston, Cotham and Redland area. I work in the area with the BCR Neighbourhood Partnership� If you are keen to make a difference in your community and influence decisions get in touch through my page https://www.facebook.com/Matt-Jones-Neighbourhood-Officer-642838755879487/
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BCR Neighbourhood PartnershipTuesday, August 23rd, 2016 at 2:24pm
Free days out by train for community groups....

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BCR Neighbourhood Partnership shared Friends of Redland Library's post.Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016 at 10:45am
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BCR Neighbourhood Partnership shared The Bishopston Bayou Band's event.Monday, August 22nd, 2016 at 6:17pm
Looking forward to hearing the Bristol Bayou Band at the Community Fair on 17th September-
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BCR Neighbourhood PartnershipMonday, August 22nd, 2016 at 5:03pm

The Bishopston, Cotham and Redland Neighbourhood Partnership is holding a special public forum meeting to discuss the problems of residential streets in Bishopston that suffer from the effects of road congestion.

Tuesday 27th September, 7pm – 9pm

Horfield Quaker Meeting House, 300 Gloucester Road, Bishopston

Many streets in the area, including Church Road, Dongola Road, Kennington Avenue, Longmead Avenue and Nevil Road suffer from road congestion. Several issues have been reported. They include: vehicles using the streets as short-cuts to avoid main roads at peak times; safety concerns due to speeding vehicles in residential areas; face-offs involving vehicles who cannot pass in the narrow streets, especially where there is parking on both sides; delays when delivery vehicles stop in the road because they have no space to pull in.

The public forum will allow residents to report and share the issues they face. It will also allow representatives of groups, such as the local SAFERoads campaign, to describe what they have found when monitoring their roads. Possible approaches to address the issues will be considered, including their advantages and disadvantages. So this will be a chance to look at options and see what support they have from residents. The results of the meeting will help inform the Neighbourhood Partnership in making recommendations to Bristol City Council about future road schemes.

Anyone will have an opportunity to speak, but if you have something specific you would like to say on behalf of the residents in your street, please let the Neighbourhood Partnership know (info@bcrnp.org.uk).
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