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Keeping Gloucester Road happy and healthy

One of my campaign pledges is to prioritise the long term health and viability of Gloucester Road as an independent high street and valued community resource. 1,856 more words

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An informed perspective on key issues

At this time of year, with polling day looming, other parties tend to produce leaflets describing our policies and activities in ways that we sometimes regard as negative and inaccurate. 1,328 more words

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Green transport manifesto for Bristol

A key issue for many people I talk with in Bishopston is transport and an overall frustration with the transport system in Bristol. So I have made it one of my priorities  if elected, to strengthen the Green call for a public transport system in Bristol that is FAIR: frequent, affordable, integrated and reliable. 535 more words

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Some reflections on Sainsbury's and the Memorial Ground development

Now the dust has settled:
Some thoughts on Sainsbury’s and the Memorial Ground development:

My personal position:

Although I support Bristol Rovers’ (or any football club’s) wish to expand and develop, I have always been opposed to building a large Sainsbury’s on the Memorial Ground site. 926 more words

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Community Asset Transfer (CAT) for the Ardagh?

On Tuesday March 25th Friends of Horfield Common (FOHC) held a public meeting to launch our intention to transfer day to day management of the Ardagh Site to the community. 306 more words

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