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27
July
2016
A new Interim Chief Executive is set to join Bristol City Council. Stephen Hughes, the former Chief Executive of Birmingham City Council, joins Bristol on 11 August 2016. Mr Hughes, who is widely recognised as one of the country’s leading ...
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27
July
2016
Bristol Sport’s Ashton Gate Stadium is the latest Bristol-based business to join forces with Bristol City Council to get more renewable energy into the city. Solar PV panels designed to reduce the stadium’s carbon emissions by 20% have been ...
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26
July
2016
Neighbourhoods across Bristol are to benefit from secure on-street bike storage. Following successful community group applications, 17 bike hangars will be installed in areas across the city, including Ashley, Bedminster, Clifton, Easton, Frome ...
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25
July
2016
Changes and improvements made to the way Bristol City Council delivers services for residents have received national recognition. The council’s Citizen Services team has received two awards this month (July) – the Silver-Gilt medal at the ...
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25
July
2016
Bristol City Council has bought back an ex-local authority property in Lawrence Hill. The purchase of the flat in Cashmore House means that the whole block in now back under council ownership. This follows the decision from the new ...
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22
July
2016
The first joint annual general meeting of Bristol City Council’s companies was held on July 14 2016. Bristol Waste, Bristol Energy and Bristol Holding Company presented their annual reviews and financial statements to their shareholder, Bristol ...
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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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