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Reports

Council call off bailiffs after discovering an eviction blocked by community response was for a debt owed to them

Bailiffs were trying to evict the woman and her two children a week before Christmas.

‘Tents and shipping containers won’t solve our homelessness crisis. Here’s what will’

Charities scramble to find homes for 60 homeless people cut loose from Everyone In scheme

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Bristol’s affordable housing and climate goals do not sit easily together

Green mayoral candidate pledges to build 2,000 council homes and carry out major energy-efficiency work on the remainder by 2030, despite a review warning this could wipe out reserves.

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Housing in Bristol under Marvin Rees

City

Bedminster’s East Street is changing, but who will benefit?

Developer withdraws planning proposals for ‘grim’ and ‘Stalinist’ St Pauls flats

Controversial plans for a four-storey block of flats in St Pauls have been withdrawn. The boss of developers Clayewater Homes says they spent “a lot...

The idea of sharing a home across generational divides is having a come back

Housing is expensive for Bristol's young people, so what about bridging the generational divide and saving some cash?

‘I’m an Irish Traveller. The government is attacking us at every angle’

The Home Office plans to criminalise trespass, a move campaigners say threatens Travellers' way of life.

Beyond Brexit: In Bristol’s housing crisis everyone’s a loser apart from the landlords

Everyone’s a loser in Bristol’s housing crisis, except for landlords and people looking to sell their homes. Tenants in the privately rented sector are struggling...

Housing coops: a landlord you can trust

For the many people in Bristol renting their homes and unable to buy, housing cooperatives offer an alternative way to live.

Some locals are financially benefiting from gentrification in St Pauls. But at a cost.

Crime may be down, and some locals are cashing in but there’s nostalgia for a different St Pauls.