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01 Feb 2019

Bristol City Council snow update, Friday 1 Feb. 8.30am

All priority roads have been gritted and are operating this morning. Side roads and pavements may remain difficult and people are asked to take extra care.

30 Jan 2019

Demolition of former sorting office begins

Demolition of the former Royal Mail sorting office on Cattle Market Road began today (30 January) – a key milestone in the regeneration of Bristol’s Temple Quarter district.

29 Jan 2019

Council establishes first commercial heat network connection

Bristol City Council has agreed its first ever commercial connection to the Bristol Heat Network - the council's own network of pipes providing low-carbon heat to businesses and homes in the city.

29 Jan 2019

Mayor announces new Cabinet leads for transport and waste

Marvin Rees, Mayor of Bristol, has today (Monday 28 January) announced changes to Bristol City Council’s Cabinet appointing a new transport lead and adding a new Cabinet position for waste.

Mayoral & Vision

28 Jan 2019

First graduates of landmark BAME talent programme honoured

The first graduates of the city’s landmark Stepping Up programme have been honoured by the Mayor of Bristol at a celebration event held at City Hall.

28 Jan 2019

Bristol’s Mayor commits to Fizz Free February to raise awareness of the obesity crisis

Mayor of Bristol, Marvin Rees is joining national politicians and celebrity chefs including Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Conservative Health Secretary Matt Hancock and Labour Shadow Health Secretary Jonathan Ashworth, in giving up fizzy drinks for February. This is part of a national campaign to raise awareness about the negative effects of consuming too much sugar.

23 Jan 2019

Residents warned to be wary of rogue traders operating in South Bristol

People living in the Bedminster Down and Bishopsworth areas of Bristol are being warned to be wary of potential bogus callers.

23 Jan 2019

3GS set to take on environmental enforcement role

Bristol City Council is to appoint a new company to tackle environmental crime in the city.