We have subsequently received several answers to questions raised at the February forum and passed on to the Mayor. Topics include how the community can have a say in traffic and road issues and in the allocation of Community Infrastructure Levy.
The BCR community has the opportunity to influence how s106 and CIL funds are spent in our area, with the six Bishopston and Ashley Down, Cotham and Redland Councillors making the final decisions as part of the new Area Committee, which also includes Henbury and Brentry, Southmead and Horfield councillors. What is CIL? When a … Continue reading Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and s106
The next Public Forum meeting, open to all Bishopston, Cotham and Redland residents, will be in June 2018 in Cotham ward. We have had approval from all six local councillors to support the Community Partnership in arranging public forums over the coming year. Details of the date and venue will be made available once confirmed.
Joni Lloyd, University of Bristol, Community Liaison Officer has been working with Bristol Waste to develop some resources which we can use to address specific waste and recycling mismanagement issues with our student neighbours. Sometimes a gentle reminder is all that is needed so one option is to print and post these flyers (there are … Continue reading Student waste and recycling problems