Have your say on city centre future
Plans to revitalise the centre of Bristol to make it a more family-friendly, safer, healthier, and greener place are set to be developed.
People who live or work in, or travel to our city centre are being asked for feedback to guide the initial stages of the City Centre Development and Delivery Plan, which will set out a vision for our city centre up to 2050.
The Plan will cover a large area of central Bristol, extending from Marlborough Street and the St James Barton roundabout in the north, to Castle Park in the south, Bond Street South in the east and St Augustine’s Parade in the west.
Marvin Rees, Mayor of Bristol, said “The plan will look ahead to consider what needs to happen to ensure Bristol’s city centre is fit for the future, and set out a step by step guide to help us get there. It will involve thinking big about the potential long-term changes to job opportunities, buildings, parks, public spaces and streets and the way these are used.
“I encourage everyone to take part to make sure we get the plans right for our city.”
This first round of informal engagement will run until Monday 23 May. To read about the issues the City Centre Development and Delivery Plan will address, add comments to an interactive map and fill in a short survey go to www.citycentrebristol.co.uk. There will be further opportunity for engagement over the summer and a period of formal consultation later in the year.
For a paper version of the survey or to ask for it in another format, email email@example.com.