Analysis: It’s time for politicians to come together on mass transit
A leaked report has concluded that underground sections are needed and achievable in Bristol’s future mass transit system. As we move to the next stage in the process, we need our politicians to work together.
Revealed: Renters living in mouldy flats handed steep rent hike by millionaire London landlords
Residents of the iconic Queens Court housing block in Clifton are fed up with living in poor conditions and their complaints being ignored, a Cable investigation has uncovered.
Revealed: Private takeover of Bristol GP surgery ‘abandoned’ at last minute
One Medicare was due to take over Charlotte Keel Medical Practice in Easton at the start of July – before NHS bosses abruptly pulled the plug.
‘We want them to listen to us’: fear and anger in Somali community over liveable neighbourhood plans
The council claims the plans to restrict through-traffic in parts of east Bristol were co-designed with local people, but some are angry about the consultation so far and feel the scheme is being imposed on them.
Division emerges over Bristol’s first liveable neighbourhood scheme
In a trial later this year, cars will be prevented from driving through a large area of Barton Hill, Redfield and St George. The plans have sparked passionate support and equally intense opposition.
‘Life-saving’ council service for adults with learning disabilities facing cut
A Bristol woman says Concord Lodge saved her sister's life at a time when adults with learning disabilities are being locked up in psychiatric hospitals due to a lack of alternative.
End to no-fault evictions in sight as reforms to the private rented sector finally arrive
Housing campaigners have welcomed the long-anticipated Renters Reform Bill entering Parliament and committed to closing any loopholes for landlords to exploit.
Car-free utopia or burning bollards: how can Bristol build a truly ‘liveable’ neighbourhood?
Bristol is about to restrict traffic in its first liveable neighbourhood pilot. What can the city learn from the success story of Milan's 'open squares' initiative, and the cautionary tale of Oxford's low-traffic neighbourhoods?