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  • Award-winning partnership reduces disruption caused by roadworks

    An award-winning partnership formed to help reduce disruption during roadworks and streetworks has saved Bristol from 150 days of activity on the city’s highways in 2014.

    The Council established the Bristol Code of Conduct for Streetworks and Roadworks in collaboration with Bristol Water, Wessex Water, Wales and West Utilities and Western Power Distribution in January 2014 to help minimise disruption to road users and pedestrians. The partnership has since won a national award in recognition of the results it is achieving since it was introduced.

    Release date:  Wednesday, 17 December, 2014
  • Working together to build a new Ashton Gate railway station

    An initial study has been undertaken into the feasibility of developing a new station and rail platforms at Ashton Gate.

    Bristol City Council commissioned the study to investigate the likely costs, benefits and operational feasibility of a new station nearer the stadium. The former Ashton Gate station was served by the Bristol to Portishead rail line, which closed to passengers in 1964.

    The Greater Bristol councils are developing the crucial £60million MetroWest rail project and Phase 1 includes the re-opening of the Portishead rail line to passenger services.

    Release date:  Monday, 15 December, 2014
  • Flagship green business park for Bristol hits high point

    A host of key stakeholders celebrated a major milestone in the development of Bristol’s flagship new eco-friendly business park, which will be a showcase development for the city as European Green Capital in 2015.

    Deputy Mayor, CllrMark Bradshaw, and those involved in the project visited Filwood Green Business Park to mark the official topping out of the much-anticipated development, which is due to be completed in February 2015.

    Release date:  Monday, 15 December, 2014
  • Heads recognised for positive contribution to city’s schools

    Headteachers from schools across Bristol have been recognised for their positive contributions to education in the city at a celebration event held at the Mansion House.

    The Lord Mayor presented an engraved memento of Bristol Blue Glass to educational leaders from nursery, special, secondary and primary schools.

    Brenda Massey, the Bristol City Council’s Assistant Mayor for Education said: “I am delighted that Bristol, as a Learning City, is celebrating the achievements of so many headteachers who work tirelessly to improve education in our city.”

    Release date:  Monday, 15 December, 2014
  • New Southmead community centre will allow people to stay independent for longer

    The third and final new Bristol City Council Community Links centre opened today (12th) offering a brand new service that will allow more people to stay independent for longer.

    Bristol Community Links-North will cater for up to 65 people with a wide range of needs including dementia, those with a physical or sensory impairment and people who have learning disabilities. The service offers a range of activities including computer skills, gardening, cooking, and enabling people to maintain or develop new skills to enhance and support continued independence.

    Release date:  Monday, 15 December, 2014
  • Topping out ceremony major milestone for new school

    A major milestone in the creation of a brand new two-form entry primary school took place today (12th) with a topping out ceremony at Oasis Academy Marksbury Road in Bedminster.

    Guests attending the event, which traditionally celebrates when a new building reaches its structural height, included Assistant Mayor for Education Brenda Massey, Paul Jacobs, Service Director for Education and Skills at Bristol City Council, Oasis Community Learning CEO, John Murphy, and John Brennan, Skanska project director.

    Release date:  Monday, 15 December, 2014