A Partnership of residents, community groups, local businesses and Councillors working together with Bristol City Council, the Police and others to set priorities, resolve problems and allocate spending.
A New Start – Neighbourhood Partnerships are changing
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Issues with parking, public transport, street cleaning, parks etc can be reported via the links here or for more complex or recurring issues contact your local Councillors or go to their weekly surgeries.
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Latest St George News and Events:
As reported here Neighbourhood Partnerships across Bristol are having to change as the Council reduces the funding available.
Members of St George NP have been meeting to discuss how we should respond, whether the Partnership should continue and if so in what form.
We believe that St George needs a group...Read More »
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This free competition is open to all residents, streets, businesses, schools, faith and community groups within the...Read More »
Readers of this website will have seen earlier reports on the hard work being done to achieve the redevelopment of Meadow Vale Community Centre in Speedwell. Our last report in December reported on the successful planning application.
St George residents were honoured today (Tue 21st March) with the award of Lord Mayor’s Medals at a ceremony at the Mansion House.
Susan Acton-Campbell is Chair of Friends of Troopers Hill; Bruce Yates works with the charity Baggator while Trevor Ball is a long term...Read More »
Update 6th March 2017:
Philip Wright, Transport Programme Manager overseeing the proposed improvements to walking and cycling infrastructure being delivered through the Cycle Ambition Fund (CAF) grant from the Department for Transport has written:
“The proposed works at Conham Road are not part of the CAF programme, but were being considered to...Read More »
Lots of ways to join in the Great Bristol Spring Clean this weekend to clean up your area and maybe carry on doing so. This is part of Bristol’s “Clean Streets” campaign.
Read more about the St George Neighbourhood Partnership here