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    Early planning for South Bristol Liveable Neighbourhood

    Bristol City Council has started initial work for the South Bristol Liveable Neighbourhood pilot, which will consider the BS3 area, including Southville, Windmill Hill and Bedminster. The project team will work with local communities to [...]

    12 January, 2024


  • Entrance to Oasis Academy

    Oasis Academy Temple Quarter new temporary school on Spring Street

    Staff and students from Oasis Academy Temple Quarter were thrilled to start 2024 in their new temporary school building on Spring Street, which is part of the Whitehouse Street regeneration area. The academy opened in [...]

    2 January, 2024


  • Illustration of riverside a buildings with the wording Bristol City Leap at the top.

    Community grants on offer to help decarbonise Bristol

    Bristol City Leap has £1.5 million to support local community organisations to deliver energy projects over the next five years through grants of between £1,000 and £50,000 and 0% interest loans. Bristol City Leap Community [...]

    25 October, 2023


  • Aerial view of The Spring Street Temporary School development site.

    The Spring Street Temporary School has received planning approval

    Three temporary buildings will be constructed on the site comprising classrooms, staff offices and a dining hall and kitchen.

    8 August, 2023


  • This is a holding image of the Whitehouse Street logo.

    Bedminster’s High Streets – Informing, shaping and delivering thriving places for all

    In recognition of the changing nature of our high streets, Bristol City Council has been working with the High Streets Task Force and local organisations

    1 June, 2023


  • This is a holding image of the Whitehouse Street logo.

    Whitehouse Street featured in Mayor’s Blog

    Following Cabinet endorsement of the Whitehouse Street Regeneration Framework, Councillor Tom Renhard has written a guest piece...

    15 March, 2023