Winter 2012

...plans for a large development at the cricket ground were refused.  The Gloucester Road featured heavily, with news on the Costa Coffee campaign, and an update on licensing in the Cumulative Impact Area.

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To learn more about this new currency and how it can work, read the following useful article:

Air Pollution – Victims to be Fined for Threats to their Own Health
The Living Heart for Bristol has called on the City Council, and candidates for the mayoral elections to explain how they will improve air quality

Summer 2012 was at last under way on the Bristol North Baths site.  The cricket ground application had been approved, and Sainsburys had applied to develop the Memorial Ground.  On a smaller scale, the Golden Hill Community Garden had opened.

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The following information is from The Avon Wildlife Trust: Feed Bristol has finally set sail and we are well underway.

The Neighbourhood Planning Network (NPN) is a network of voluntary groups within the Bristol area, working together to help themselves and each other get better involvement in how their neighbourhoods are developed, through the planning system.  Find out more at their website:

Winter 2011

...plant care was in the air, with news of a grant application to develop the community allotments, and tips on pruning garden trees

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Councillor Bev Knott threw doubts on the Localism Bill at the Bishopston Society Open Meeting on 4 April 4 2011 but spoke up for the Neighbourhood Partnerships, in which we are actively involved.

Winter 2010

...the Neighbourhood Partnerships were making their presence felt, and Howzat? was generating enormous support for their concerns about the cricket ground development.  And during the long winter months, anyone could organise a street party!

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