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14 Jan 2020

Bristol City Council announces proposed SEND budget boost for 2020/21

Bristol City Council is proposing to increase its Special Education Needs and Disability (SEND) budget by over £1.3m.

Education, Learning and Skills

13 Jan 2020

Bristol South pool to reopen after improvements

Extensive repairs being completed at Bedminster pool

13 Jan 2020

I was homeless, I was you campaign launches

“I couldn’t find anywhere I could afford to rent and no one wanted to take people on housing benefit.

 “I had no idea where we were going to end up and that was terrifying.

“The worst bit was the guilt. I felt like a failure as a mum because I couldn’t look after my family.” Lola, aged 40, Barton Hill.

13 Jan 2020

Making Bristol a Living Wage City

Employers' recognition helps city achieve new status

10 Jan 2020

OPERATIONAL NOTE: Portway closed this weekend for urgent works

The Portway will be closed between Sylvan Way and Bridge Valley Road from 7am on Saturday 11 January to 5am on Monday 13 January, so that urgent repairs can be made to the road.

24 Dec 2019

Closing date for Carers Strategy survey extended

Do you care for a family member or friend, unpaid? We're inviting carers across the city to take part in our survey.

20 Dec 2019

Inspection findings of Bristol City Council’s Special Education Needs and/or Disability (SEND) services published.

The main findings of the Ofsted and Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) inspection of Special Education Needs and/or Disability (SEND) services across Bristol’s local area is published today.

Children and Young People

19 Dec 2019

OPERATIONAL NOTE: Lane closure for repairs to Plimsoll Bridge

One inbound lane of Plimsoll Bridge will be closed on Sunday, 22 December, while emergency repairs to a bridge deck joint are carried out.

19 Dec 2019

Goram Homes announce partners for first two housing projects.

The development of more than 400 new homes in the city has moved a step closer after new private sector partners were announced by Bristol City Council’s housing company for its first two sites.