Bristol council’s clean air plan delayed to December 2019

Bristol council’s clean air plan delayed to December 2019

Bristol council will submit its proposed initiatives to tackle air pollution by December 2019, a full year after the original deadline planned in 2018. Mayor of Bristol, Marvin Rees said: “We have confirmed the actions we are taking to develop an effective and inclusive clean air plan for Bristol that remains on target to achieve compliance […]

Bristol MP Kerry McCarthy demands more government cash for police

Kerry McCarthy is demanding the government gives Bristol more money to fund its police. The Bristol East MP says local council tax payers should not be forced to pay more, despite police budgets already being stretched and crime rates on the rise. Her demand comes as a consultation on Bristol City Council’s next budget states council […]

Bristol Housing Festival offers affordable solutions

Bristol Housing Festival offers affordable solutions

A festival in Bristol is bringing local architects, the public and the city council together to look at the future of Bristol’s urban planning. The Bristol Housing Festival at Harbourside until 4th November is currently showing a modular home that can be built within a month for as little as £12,000. The event comes while more than […]