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Submitted

No to Amalgamation of Henleaze Infant and Junior Schools

Lead petitioner:liz radford
Signatures:29
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Sun, 31 Jan 10

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Submitted

Care for ABC Whiteladies Cinema - Whiteladies Road

The disused cinema is an iconic building on Whiteladies Road and deserved listing - but it looks in serious need of attention. Of course a change of…

Lead petitioner:David McKeown
Signatures:23
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Sun, 28 Feb 10

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Submitted

SAVE COURT HOUSE FARM

Court House Farm sits within the Portishead Environs, the most protected area in our town. This Grade II* listed building has stood firm from as…

Lead petitioner:Mrs Rita Baker
Signatures:223
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Wed, 10 Mar 10

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Submitted

Number 52 BUS

On Monday 8th February First Bus informed Bristol City Council their intention to axe the number 52 Bus from Sunday 4th April. There was no prior…

Lead petitioner:derek stephen pickup
Signatures:63
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Wed, 17 Mar 10

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Submitted

Primary School Admissions Crisis

Approximately 300 families across Bristol have not been offered places at any of their 3 preferred schools and have joined waiting lists as their…

Lead petitioner:Mona Jeffreys
Signatures:137
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Sun, 20 Jun 10

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Submitted

Preservation of Saxon Rd/Warminster Rd Greenspace , St Werburghs

Your support and signature is needed as the landowner wishes to build a number of light industrial units which are higher than the nearby houses.…

Lead petitioner:marylin marceron
Signatures:190
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Fri, 31 Dec 10

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Submitted

New Park for Hotwells

This site, under the north side of the Cumberland Basin Flyover which has been neglect ed since soon after the road scheme was developed in the…

Lead petitioner:Ray Smith
Signatures:189
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Fri, 31 Dec 10

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Submitted

In Support of Ashton Vale Village Green

Ashton Vale Fields are very important to the Ashton Vale Community for recreation, relaxation and exercise - and have been used, unimpeded &…

Lead petitioner:Jill Graham
Signatures:1263
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Mon, 6 Jun 11

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Submitted

Keep Wellington Hill Playing Field (BSA0406) as Green Space

The Wellington Hill Field is identified as a possible site for disposal within the AGSP (see link above right) and is suggested for housing…

Lead petitioner:Raymond Bamford
Signatures:138
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Fri, 22 Oct 10

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Submitted

Say No to Romney Ave Road/Bus Link

To Stop this road / bus Link being built, if not 100,000 buses a year could flow through Residential Concrete streets in Lockleaze and also the new…

Lead petitioner:Martyn Chinn
Signatures:15
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Sat, 4 Dec 10

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Submitted

We want more allotments in Shirehampton and Bristol

We have waited long enough for our allotments give us more please.

Lead petitioner:caroline penny
Signatures:103
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Mon, 12 Nov 12

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Submitted

A secondary school on the St Ursulas site

The area of Bristol North West is poorly served by State secondary schools. In particular the Neighbourhood partnership area of Henleaze, Stoke…

Lead petitioner:Alistair Robinson
Signatures:417
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Thu, 13 Jan 11

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Submitted

Village Green Status for Wellington Hill Playing Field - YES YES YES!

In our opinion, Wellington Hill Playing Field has been used by members of the local community, including a wide range of young peoples organisations…

Lead petitioner:Friends of Horfield Common
Signatures:210
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Tue, 31 May 11

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Submitted

Save South Purdown from Development

This petition is necessary for the following reasons: 1) The budget for the works is £715,000 of tax payers money. 2) There are 5 existing playing…

Lead petitioner:Jane Charlton
Signatures:136
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Fri, 1 Jul 11

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Submitted

Wick Road - Road Safety

This junction has a particularly challenging aspect. There are 4 roads splitting off. The Sandy park Road head has a hill aspect which is…

Lead petitioner:Emma Bagley
Signatures:14
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Fri, 2 Sep 11

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Submitted

Save The Ranch Adventure Playground and the Youth Centre

Youth Services in Southmead are expected to have their funding cut by up to 20%, which will probably result in the closure of either The Ranch or the…

Lead petitioner:Brenda Massey
Signatures:52
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Mon, 5 Sep 11

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Submitted

Yes to Wavegarden UK

The facility, which will be a world first for a city, will include a surfing lake, botanical garden,changing rooms, treatment rooms, a cafe,…

Lead petitioner:Alex Bloore
Signatures:1921
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Mon, 9 Jul 12

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Submitted

In Support of Bristol Mobile Library - Urgent

The Bristol Mobile Library has been providing services for over 40 years to local communities from Eastville, St Werburghs, Frenchay, Stapleton,…

Lead petitioner:J Majithia
Signatures:280
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Fri, 27 Apr 12

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Submitted

Preserve Bristol's Cinematic Heritage

The traditions of Picture Houses as forms of entertainment began in Bristol over 100 years ago. Over those 100 years Bristol has been home to well…

Lead petitioner:Alan Mandel Butler
Signatures:1654
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Wed, 27 Jun 12

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Submitted

Horfield BMX/Dirt Track for Bristol users

Since Bristol City Council's Cllr Neil Harrison (Lib Dem) called on Bristol City Council to provide the Skatepark on Dorian Rd, the facility…

Lead petitioner:Cheryl Ann
Signatures:267
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Thu, 25 Oct 12

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Submitted

No to a supermaket at the Memorial Ground in Horfield.

In addition to signing this petition please register your objection to the planning application at the Planning Application link on the right.

Lead petitioner:Graham Woodruff
Signatures:998
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Mon, 14 Jan 13

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Submitted

We support the Sainsbury's Horfield redevelopment at the Memorial Stadium.

I view this proposed redevelopment as a great opportunity to regenerate this site. This will also help the local economy and housing situation. As…

Lead petitioner:Andrew Parker
Signatures:1750
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Mon, 14 Jan 13

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Submitted

Work with the Engineering Development Trust to increase Bristol's educational and economic base.

Increase Council and School links to EDT. See link on the right.

Lead petitioner:Oliver Lines
Signatures:8
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Wed, 23 Oct 13

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Submitted

As well as City Regions Bristol needs to develop County Regions

Increasing Bristol's Regional links

Lead petitioner:Oliver Lines
Signatures:1
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Sat, 23 Nov 13

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Submitted

Work with Bristol Businesses when making local educational policy

Co-ordination of schools and business to encourage SMET (Science, Maths, Engineering and Technology)

Lead petitioner:Oliver Lines
Signatures:4
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Sat, 30 Nov 13

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Submitted

Stop excessive speeding on Kingsweston Road

Excessive speeding (40-50 mph) is normal in the 30mph parts of the Kingsweston Road. This is a danger to other road users, pedestrians and those who…

Lead petitioner:Sue Barnard
Signatures:158
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Sun, 17 Mar 13

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Submitted

Downend Road / Overndale Road / Cassel Road one way system

We have large articulated lorries trying to turn from Cassel Road towards Fishponds which is dangerous. The road is too narrow to take the traffic…

Lead petitioner:Sha Stell
Signatures:9
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Fri, 26 Apr 13

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Submitted

Cassell Road Speed bumps and 20mph speed limit

Drivers often speed off from Downend Road along Cassell Road as if they are trying to beat their previous lap time., regularly exceeding 30 mph and…

Lead petitioner:Daniel Roberts
Signatures:66
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Mon, 6 May 13

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Submitted

Whiteladies residents FOR parking zones

Streets off Whiteladies Road have become a no-go area for residents during working hours. Many local residents with children, disabled residents,…

Lead petitioner:Tim Longdon
Signatures:51
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Mon, 1 Sep 14

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Submitted

Zebra crossings in Thicket Ave

This petition is needed for the council to put in a couple of crossings on Thicket Ave, Fishponds, Bristol so the school children in the area can…

Lead petitioner:anthony morris
Signatures:3
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Sun, 29 Dec 13

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Submitted

Reopen public footpath from Ashley Hill to St Werburghs

The wooden bridge over the water culvert towards the bottom of this footpath near the junction with Lynmouth Road has been declared unsafe, and no…

Lead petitioner:Jon Rogers
Signatures:28
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Tue, 31 Dec 13

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Submitted

Make City Hall's committee rooms free for community groups for one night of each week

The price of booking a room at City Hall is prohibitive for many groups who wish to use the facility of their civic centre. We ask the Mayor and/or…

Lead petitioner:Rob Telford
Signatures:71
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Fri, 10 Oct 14

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Submitted

Save Bristol's Badgers

Culling Badger's is inhumane and unnecessary when a vaccine is available. Killing our wildlife can never be a solution. Many English Councils have…

Lead petitioner:Philip Wookey
Signatures:790
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Mon, 6 Oct 14

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Submitted

Save Blaise Museum

The Mayor is currently proposing to 'review alternative funding models to release Bristol City Council from directly funding these properties.' We…

Lead petitioner:Mark Weston
Signatures:146
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Sat, 28 Dec 13

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Submitted

A gender neutral anti-rape approach in Bristol

This action is needed, because thousands of men are raped and sexually assaulted each year but theres denial male rape exists. Last year there were…

Lead petitioner:Dan Farr
Signatures:57
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Sun, 12 Apr 15

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Submitted

Dog Mess around Air Balloon Hill Primary School

Dog mess is dangerous to children and we consider it unacceptable that dog owners allow their dogs to foul the pavements and lane outside school on a…

Lead petitioner:Lisa West
Signatures:159
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Mon, 10 Mar 14

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Submitted

Develop a plan for community ownership of public transport

Since the 1980s, bus services have been deregulated and marketised, causing competition between bus companies without the necessary passenger…

Lead petitioner:Rob Telford
Signatures:54
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Thu, 7 May 15

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Submitted

20 mph zones - Wasting £2.3m of our money!

20mph is a ridiculous idea. It is unenforceable, nobody will follow it and it will cost £2.3m to introduce.

Lead petitioner:Jason Cole
Signatures:73
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Fri, 2 May 14

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Submitted

Residents Parking Scheme in Clifton Village

Without Bristol City Council understanding the impact on all parties and changing the plans accordingly, it will be difficult for Clifton to…

Lead petitioner:rosie joseland
Signatures:306
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Fri, 11 Apr 14

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Submitted

Please Save the Baltic Wharf Campsite!

As above. Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/RwCeK

Lead petitioner:Matthew Gibbs
Signatures:3721
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Wed, 11 Jun 14

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Submitted

Stop Trafficking and Exploitation of Women, Children and Vulnerable (Protected) Persons

There are currently 2 petitions already on here, 1 for limiting SEVs to zero and another to allow lap dancing clubs, strip clubs, etc.…

Lead petitioner:Colin Noakes
Signatures:11
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Tue, 26 May 15

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Submitted

Allow Blue Badge Holders to Park Freely in Bristol RPZ

Current restriction limits access to those with mobility issues. The result of which will vastly limit disabled peoples ability to move around the…

Lead petitioner:Kelvin Blake
Signatures:342
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Wed, 31 Dec 14

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Submitted

Help motorists to drive within Bristol City center

Bristol City center has become a nightmare for cars and commercial vehicles to traverse.…

Lead petitioner:James Fox
Signatures:65
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Fri, 5 Jun 15

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Submitted

Save Southville Methodist Church and hall (Faithspace) for the community

Southville Methodist Church and hall have been used by local Southville residents for more than eighty years as a place for worship, meetings,…

Lead petitioner:Matthew Symonds and Celia Phipps
Signatures:722
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Sun, 17 Jan 16

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Submitted

No more arbitrary 20 zones

The speed limit is the absolute maximum speed that can be attained before going faster becomes criminal behaviour at any time in regardless of…

Lead petitioner:Alex Hosking
Signatures:254
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Tue, 2 Dec 14

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Submitted

Resurface Meads Reach/Cheese Grater Bridge

The metal, cheese grater-like surface of the pedestrian and cycle path bridge next to Bristol Temple Meads station is extremely slippery and very…

Lead petitioner:Toby Bridgeman
Signatures:639
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Tue, 18 Nov 14

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Submitted

The cancellation of all planned RPZ's and reversal of those already in place

Stop the RPZ scheme before it is too late. …

Lead petitioner:Mark Moran
Signatures:4518
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Sun, 15 Mar 15

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Submitted

Keep Residence in the Milk Bar!

What is Residence? Residence is a Community Interest Company that currently supports sixteen Bristol based live artists. We share space at 11 St…

Lead petitioner:Ella Good
Signatures:1069
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Fri, 30 Jan 15

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Submitted

Ban legal highs in Bristol

I am asking for people sign this petition as i would like to see it discussed in the Council House and with partner oragnisations, such as the police.

Lead petitioner:T P
Signatures:10
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Thu, 30 Apr 15

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Save Marksbury Road Library

Marksbury Road Library is one of 7 libraries across Bristol earmarked for closure after publication of the Cabinet report, which can be read in full…

Lead petitioner:Ben Murch
Signatures:253
Petition target:Bristol City Council
Closing date:Wed, 27 May 15

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