Category Archives: Campaign updates

  1. ACT NOW Object to the M32 Park & Ride using this objection we’ve prepared for all our supporters to easily use. – by 5pm 10th May.

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    May 6, 2013 by rethinkm32

    Dear supporters, We have created a very thorough and well researched objection to the proposal by the City Council to …
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  2. Reasons to question Park and Rides – Thanks to CPRE’s P&R expert

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    April 9, 2013 by rethinkm32

    Here is an email I received recently from CPRE. Their P&R expert has done considerable work looking at the use, …
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  3. URGENT: ACT NOW! Site allocations and development management policies | Bristol City Council

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    April 6, 2013 by rethinkm32

    Site allocations and development management policies | Bristol City Council. via Site allocations and development management policies | Bristol City …
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  4. Latest update (15th March) from the Council on review of P&R/BRT 3

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    March 27, 2013 by rethinkm32

    Our thanks go out to Ian P who has been corresponding with Alun Owen in the City Council to ask …
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  5. WHAT’S THE ALTERNATIVE THEN? The debate about BRT gathers pace

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    March 1, 2013 by rethinkm32

    Much has been happening in the corridors of power since Mayor George Ferguson took on the unenviable task of taking …
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  6. Feed Bristol news: Bristol Seed Swap and the Big Dig 16th March

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    February 28, 2013 by rethinkm32

    Feed Bristol news: Bristol Seed Swap and the Big Dig 16th March. Dear Supporters, It’s been a while since I …
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  7. Actually there are 2 more months to sign the petition! Please sign today…

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    January 21, 2013 by rethinkm32

    Dear followers, It would be great if you could sign the petition on the Council Website. http://epetitions.bristol.gov.uk/epetition_core/community/petition/2012#div_sigs We haven’t been …
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