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More time to give your views online

This autumn lots of people have joined us at our design workshops to find out about a range of potential measures that could be adopted as part of the Liveable Neighbourhood pilot.

Measures range from installing cycle lanes and cycle hangars to creating parklets and traffic free zones outside schools in the area.

To make sure you have plenty of time to add your comments to our interactive maps, we're extending the time you have to take a look and have your say.

The maps will be live online until 31 October, so don't forget to place where you would like specific measures to go and show your agreement for other people’s suggestions.

We recommend following the below steps to find out what measures are available and how to plan out where they could go:

Step 1: Check out the design toolkit to familiarise yourself with the measures Step 2: Use our interactive tool to plan where you’d like to place the ‘local streets’ measures Step 3: Comment on our main roads and local streets map and community assets map

To make sure the East Bristol Liveable Neighbourhood pilot scheme is based on community desires, we need lots of people across Barton Hill, Redfield and St George to get involved and give us their suggestions and ideas.

Posted on 20th October 2022

by Liveable Neighbourhoods team