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01
December
2016
Works to remodel the Temple Circus roundabout and improve walking and cycling routes around Temple Meads station are due to start early next year. The works are part of the Temple Gate scheme, an £11million programme of infrastructure ...
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30
November
2016
Parts of the Old City will be transformed into a magical garden, bringing the beauty of the winter forest into the heart of the city, with the arrival of the Enchanted Market at St Nick’s. The Enchanted Market will take you on a magical ...
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30
November
2016
Bristol City Council is extending its freeze on non-essential spending as it works to balance its annual budget and prepare for a five-year £92m financial gap from next April. At the beginning of the financial year the council needed to ...
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29
November
2016
There are a few days left to take part in the councillor-led local reviews of Bristol’s residents’ parking schemes. The first of ten reviews started in September as part of the Mayor of Bristol’s manifesto commitment to make ...
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29
November
2016
Plans for the University of Bristol’s ‘transformational’ new campus have been unveiled, with the £300 million project to sit at the heart of the city’s Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone. The Temple Quarter Campus will ...
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25
November
2016
From Monday 12 December, the MetroBus one-way system at Stoke Lane will be reversed and traffic will head northwards towards University of the West of England (UWE).
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Tour of Britain 2016: Which roads in Bristol are closed for the race?

12
Jul
2016
www.bristolpost.co.uk

Bristol launches interactive budget simulator

11
Jul
2016
www.ukauthority.com
Think you can do a better job with the budget than Bristol Council? Now is your chance
So you think you could sort out Bristol City Council's finances for them, do you? Well, now is your chance. The council has set up an online simulator so you can choose where you think the cuts should be in order to balance the civic budget.
03
Jul
2016
www.bristolpost.co.uk
Bristol launches interactive budget simulator
03
Jul
2016
www.bristolpost.co.uk
Politics: Marvin Rees introduces his new cabinet
19
May
2016
www.bristol247.com
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