plasticsA world wide problem of course, not just a local issue. But readers of this website may not have seen this latest report by Greenpeace on what our supermarkets are doing, planning to do - or not doing - to reduce use of plastic materials in their packaging. Maybe this report will influence your supermarket choice.

Labour newsletterTopics in this latest edition include, Bristol Rovers Events permission, First's reduced local bus services, local Network Rail upgrades and spending of developers' S106 money on community projects. You can read the newsletter here

bcrcpThe latest BCR CP newsletter includes items on the Consultation on next year's Council budget and the next BCR CP Public Forum meeting. See here for full details

Student roomA reminder from the University of Bristol Student Services:

We are coming up to the end of term and I just wanted to remind you of the bin message flyers available on students and the community

street sceneContents:
BCR Graffiti Removal
New BCC Graffiti Action Group
BWC Xmas collections
Leaf Collection
Great British High Street Competition
BCR Street Scene drop in session Bishopston Library Monday Dec 10th 4.30 to 6 pm
Staying in touch with the BCR Street Scene Volunteer group

Stokes Croft Westmoreland House Nov 12 3   CopyWork is now well underway on this site. But the developers are now looking to change certain aspects of the previously agreed planning application.

Gloucester Road carsIt seems unlikely that local residents will experience any benefits from a new parking app aimed at easing parking which is to be trialled in Bristol on the Gloucester Road and along North Road.

Stokes Croft Nov 5th 2012 CopyThose of us who have had to live with the sight, often on a daily basis, of this canker of a building that has blotted the urban landscape of the Cheltenham Road for so many years will perhaps still react with some scepticism to the announcement that the start date for Westmoreland House to be finally demolished is now (tomorrow!) about to happen.

green partyThe most recent e-newletter from Eleanor Combley includes funding for local projects and an update on the Council's consultation on the 20 mph limit. It can be read here

bristol busThere has been a 40% increase in Bristol bus use in the last 8 years, but commuters switching to public transport by bus still experience slow journey times because of traffic congestion.

 

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