The race for City Hall
In this special series of Bristol Unpacked podcast, Neil Maggs does in-depth interviews with the main candidates running to be Bristol's next mayor.
We’ve asked people in Bristol what issues are most important to them this election. This Citizens’ Agenda is a list of their priorities.
- Make Housing Affordable
- Address the climate crisis
- Improve public transport
- Reduce air pollution
- Protect green spaces
- Strengthen local democracy
- Encourage active travel
- Fight inequality
Are these your priorities this election?
If you haven't already, have your say in the Citizens' Agenda. It's a living list which we will update to reflect the priorities people tell us.
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