Workshops

We are running workshops for communities and stakeholder organisations across Bristol in July 2017.

What should Bristol’s future look like? What should we do about traffic and air pollution? What do we need from our future houses, communities and neighbourhoods? Are electric cars the answer? Do we need to dig up all the roads? How might walking alternatives work? What about better trains or even trams, electric bikes…..?

All of our events are free to attend. See below for more information.

We are also attending community events throughout May-July 2017 to share information about air pollution. Find out more on our events page.

 

Citizen workshops

We are running workshops for local people in three neighbourhoods across the city. These events will help us to collect information about the views of citizens, which will inform our modelling and proposals for the city authorities. Each workshop is free to attend and the content is the same, but the location moves around the city to make it easier for people to access. Anyone can attend any workshop – you don’t have to live in the neighbourhood, just choose the location and date most convenient to you.

During the event there will be an opportunity to learn more about the links between air pollution, climate change and our health, and give your views on the long-term vision for your area and the whole of Bristol. You can help shape the agenda for the neighbourhood and the city.

Bishopston Workshop
Monday 10th July
7.30 – 9.30pm
St. Michael & All Angels Church Hall,
Refreshments provided
To register, please go to our Eventbrite page

Further neighbourhood events will be announced shortly.

 

Stakeholder workshops

We are also running a workshop to bring together local organisations, businesses and groups involved in health, urban development, sustainability and transport. This will take place in July 2017 in central Bristol.

For more information or to let us know about an organisation that may be interested in attending, please fill in our contact form.

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