Help shape the future of Bedminster
Local residents and businesses are being encouraged to help shape the future of an area of Bedminster. 

Over the last few months, Bristol City Council and Action Greater Bedminster have been gathering views from the community to help create a Community Manifesto for the area around Whitehouse Street. This will reflect what local people want to see happen in the area as Bristol's population grows and the city responds to climate change and recovers from COVID-19.

The Manifesto will help to inform the development of a regeneration framework and help guide development and regeneration in the area over the next 5-10 years. 

The website provides further information on the framework, the engagement carried out to date and planned over the coming weeks and months, and the draft Community Manifesto that is being finalised by Action Greater Bedminster over the coming weeks.

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Video introduction to the project

Upcoming events
If you would like to attend any of the below, please get in touch.

Concept and Options workshop 1TBC

Details of this event will be confirmed once the Manifesto has been finalised.

Concept and Options workshop 2TBC

Details of this event will be confirmed once the Manifesto has been finalised.
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Early public engagementFebruary 2021 to April 2021
Community survey and interactive map openLate February to mid April 2021
Introductory and manifesto eventsMarch 2021
Review of feedback and early technical workApril 2021 to May 2021
Community Manifesto workshopsJune 2021
Community Manifesto finalisedJune 2021
Stage 2, Design workshops (public)July 2021 to August 2021
Stage 3, Framework refinement and detailSeptember 2021 to October 2021
Stage 4, Final review and amendmentsOctober 2021 to January 2022
Framework goes to CabinetJanuary 2022
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