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10 Jan 2019

Store prosecuted for selling unsafe food

A convenience store in Montpelier which was found to have an established mouse infestation and to be selling unsafe food has been prosecuted for a number of food safety and hygiene offences.

07 Jan 2019

Bristol racing ahead in recycling rates

Bristol is a leading city for recycling according to data released from the Department of Environment and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).

02 Jan 2019

Have your say on Central Library opening hours

People are being asked to consider whether they would like to see Bristol’s Central Library return to opening seven days a week.

21 Dec 2018

Temple Gate update

Significant progress has been achieved on the Temple Circus scheme this year and works will continue in the New Year, with the project on track to be completed in autumn 2019. 

From Monday 7 January, work will start on junction improvements at the Bath Bridges roundabout. To allow space for contractors to work safely, Clarence Road will be closed to eastbound traffic for approximately 12 weeks while these improvements are underway


20 Dec 2018

Financial Penalty for a landlord for failure to licence his Eastville property

A landlord has been served a financial penalty for failing to license his rented property in Eastville.

Housing and Planning

18 Dec 2018

Bristol gains international profile for work with refugees

Bristol’s work to integrate refugees is gaining an international profile with Mayor Marvin Rees invited to speak at a UN event in Geneva today (18 Dec).

18 Dec 2018

Bristol Libraries - new ideas created together

Bristol citizens are being given the chance to share ideas about how to improve and futureproof libraries in their community.

17 Dec 2018

Properties improved thanks to council licensing scheme

Almost 850 rented properties in the Stapleton Road area have received improvements thanks to a licensing scheme implemented by Bristol City Council.

07 Dec 2018

Lockleaze shops get a Bristol street art look

The council has been working with local street artists to give shop fronts around Gainsborough Square a fresh coat of paint.

Leisure, Arts, Culture and Events Housing and Planning