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Local businesses trading together to thrive … Does it matter?

Date: Thurs. July 18th from 07:30 to 09:00.Host: Professional Hygiene ServicesVenue: Unit 5, CCT Building, Chittening Ind Est, Bristol BS11 0YB We’re delighted that Professional Hygiene Services (Pro Hygiene) is hosting our Business Breakfast in July.Paul, Sarah and the team have been part of the SevernNet community since 2009, providing essential services to the area and more widely; and they provided a vital role during Covid.They are advocates for local businesses and organisations trading together to enable the area to thrive. But does this matter to you? We’d like to hear from you. Please join us at July’s Business Breakfast and find out more Pro Hygiene has had quite a journey over recent years including a disastrous fire from which they learnt many lessons. They are now thriving on Chittening Industrial Estate providing Waste Management and Washroom Services. We’re looking forward to hearing more; and it is sure to be entertaining. We’ll also be hearing from other businesses and organisations who are part of Pro Hygiene’s local trading web and considering the impact of this on the local economy. With the LIDP in mind, we’ll also be discussing what the decarbonisation journey, and the circular economy initiative, mean to the area’s SMEs. How can we make it as understandable and accessible as possible? Please join us! Come along, join the discussion, and find out more.We look forward to seeing you on July 18th Book your ticket here SevernNet Business Breakfast’s are an opportunity to meet and collaborate with local businesses and stakeholders. There’ll be an opportunity for everyone to introduce yourself and your business.A breakfast roll and hot drinks will be provided! Please let us know if you have any allergies or dietary requirements at timeof booking. Please note, we depend on our subscribing members to fund our work for you and the area. There is more information about Membership and a Membership Form here or you can join online here.
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Local Partnership Opportunities

Date: Thurs. May 23rd from 07:30 to 09:00.Host: Severnside Events with Severn Beach Village Hall and SevernNetVenue: Severn Beach Village Hall, Ableton Lane, Severn Beach. BS35 4PP May’s Business Breakfast is our first from Severn Beach Village Hall and your chance to see the facilities on offer!Our focus is on local partnership opportunities including: Bringing ‘People and Business Together’ for this year’s SevernFest Learning more about Severnside Carbon Capture & Shipping Hub Hearing from Ramboll about their approaches to sustainability Public transport improvement into Severnside. Please join us at May’s Business Breakfast and find out more To celebrate 100 years of the railway coming to Severn Beach, this year the SevernFest is bigger and better!This is all about people and business coming together. Peter Tyzack and Nick Davies will be discussing how to get involved. You can find out how here. Severnside Music Festival is on the 13th July: two stages with music, bands and DJs from 3pm til dusk Severnside Classic Car Show 21st July – 24 cars registered so far, cavalcade through the village at mid-day Full details at www.severnfest.com 7CO2 is developing a carbon capture and shipping hub at Avonmouth Docks, to enable large scale industrial emitters with hard to abate emissions to access carbon capture and storage. Carbon captured by emitters may be piped or railed to the docks, where it can be liquified, stored and loaded onto ships for transport to permanent geological storage, or used in alternative applications such as the production of efuels. 7CO2’s Keith Birch will be telling us more, including how 7CO2 is already working with a range of local industrial businesses and project partners; and the likely scope for more local partnership opportunities as the project progresses over the next 2-3 years. The team from Ramboll will be sharing case studies from their work across Bristol working with businesses seeking to decarbonise and enhance their sustainability. We’ll also be discussing opportunities to work together to improve options for public transport and lorry parking across Severnside. Come along, join the discussion, and find out more.We look forward to seeing you on May 23rd Book your ticket here SevernNet Business Breakfast’s are an opportunity to meet and collaborate with local businesses and stakeholders. There’ll be an opportunity for everyone to introduce yourself and your business.A breakfast roll and hot drinks will be provided! Please let us know if you have any allergies or dietary requirements at timeof booking. Please note, we depend on our subscribing members to fund our work for you and the area. There is more information about Membership and a Membership Form here or you can join online here.
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Local Industrial Decarbonisation Plan for West of England Industrial Cluster

A number of partners have come together to form a partnership to work collaboratively with businesses and the community to develop a local industrial decarbonisation plan (LIDP) for the West of England Industrial Cluster (WEIC). The partnership has been successful in securing funding of up to £608k from Innovate UK, to develop the LIDP. The partners include: Ameresco Ltd Black Country Industrial Cluster Ltd Bristol City Council Copper Hydrogen South West North Somerset Council SevernNet Ltd Severnside Carbon Capture and Shipping Hub Ltd The Bristol Port Company University of the West of England West of England Combined Authority (Lead)
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Free business support to help your business survive, thrive and grow

Date: Thurs. April 25th from 07:30 to 09:00.Host: Bristol City Council with West of England Combined AuthorityVenue: Shirehampton JTE Hub, High Street., Shirehampton. BS11 0DE Thanks to everyone who attended our Business Breakfast on April 25th. It was a well-attended event in Shirehampton JTE Hub – a great space! Our thanks also to all the speakers, to Bristol City Council and the West of England Growth Hub for hosting, Ruby Jeans for the catering, and of course to Darren and Vicky Moore for the venue and its facilities. Darren introduced us to the Shirehampton JTE hub and his work there supporting the local community. Whilst a key aspect of the hub is supporting people to develop through jobs, training and enterprise, much of Darren and the hub’s work is also about being there for people who are at their very lowest ebb and helping them back on their feet. It’s clear that the Hub plays a vital role locally, and with minimal funding Darren is giving much of his time on a voluntary basis. The Hub would welcome any support in maintaining their services. Bethan Walker from Bristol City Council welcomed us all, and introduced us to her colleagues who are offering a range of business support services. We were all very surprised at the breadth of services available and welcomes the chance to learn more. You can also find out more in the attached presentation which is available to download here. If businesses would like to find out what support is best suited to them, they are welcome to contact Bethan to arrange a short call or meeting on bethan.walker@bristol.gov.uk. Maria Berryman from BrisBES explained the services offered through the YTKO programme for SMEs. These include 1:1 Coaching and Grants, Training and Workshops and a carbon assessment and reduction support programme. Community Connector Grants are also available for organisations that are able to signpost SMEs into the programme. To find out more see the attached presentation, check out https://westofengland.ytko.com/brisbes/ or email: westofengland@ytko.com Paul Kelson from BIPC (Business and Intellectual Property Centre) introduced us to their four core services. Its really worth taking a look at the support available which includes free access to £5 million worth of business intelligence resources and databases including market research, grants, company data and reports, business publications, one to one sessions with advisors and experts, workshops and networking events intellectual property (IP) support to protect your ideas; and spaces to meet, study and research your business planning. Check out www.bristol.gov.uk/BIPC; email BIPC@bristol.gov.uk; call 0117 922 3999; and find out about events here: https://bipcbristol.eventbrite.co.uk Jacqueline Bond from West of England Growth Hub explained the wealth of support available which is based around five growth pillars: Financial and Business Support, Technology and Innovation (including Business Innovation Grants up to £25k), Leadership and Management (helping to grow management incl. business mentoring and a Productivity Programme),  Workforce Development and Green Business Support. Retrofit West may be of interest to repair maintenance and improvement (RMI) businesses to become capable and confident to guide and work with homeowners to retrofit their property. Find out more: https://westofengland-ca.gov.uk/growth-hub ; email: wearegrowth@westofengland-ca.gov.uk; call: 0117 456 6955. Matt Landick and Sue Trantor provided an overview of the Low Carbon Business Support available to help SMEs reduce carbon emissions and cut bills. Services available include energy bill advice services, carbon surveys and financial support and grants up to £2.7m. There is also a wealth of resources, guides and case studies available. We would encourage SMEs to take up the opportunity for a free carbon survey to find ways to reduce energy costs and cut carbon emissions; and this would also support the work being undertaken during 2024 to put in place a Local Industrial Decarbonisation Plan for the area. Grants are also available for rooftop solar and heat pumps. Get in touch with the team at: https://westofengland-ca.gov.uk/growth-hub/green-business-support; email wearegrowth@westofengland-ca.gov.uk; call  0117 456 6955. Rhianydd Griffith from SevernNet talked about the importance of “Green” skills and support in enabling our journey towards net zero and decarbonisation. Portbury Avonmouth Severnside is going through a major change with decarbonisation and a wide range of skills sets will be required. The importance of this will be incorporated within the LIDP, and we encourage information and feedback on “green” skills provision and demand for upskilling. Contact Rhianydd.Griffiths@SevernNet.org Rob Hazelton from the City of Bristol College Partners in Bristol mentioned the courses that they were offering and developing. Mark Pepper from Ambition Lawrence Weston shared (via SevernNet) progress on the plans for the Lawrence Weston Renewable Skills Academy; and he encourages anyone interested to read this update (also attached) and get in touch. Kate Royston from SevernNet reminded attendees of the need for skills and training support across Portbury Avonmouth Severnside … and the concept of an ‘Academy without Walls’. This is a concept that has been under discussion for several years with West of England Combined Authority and funding is sought to get a pilot off the ground. Skills provision delivered in the area is critical, and this may be via e-learning or face-to-face. We don’t necessarily need a dedicated new facility, but a dedicated skills and training hub and facilitator(s) able to link and match skills needs, with skills provision and facilities from which to deliver them; exploiting the numerous community and business facilities across the area. This will also help build the much needed sense of place for the area. Get in touch if you’d like to know more or are interested in assisting: kate.royston@severnnet.org Antony Merritt (West of England Combined Authority) commented that he hadn’t been to a Business Breakfast for a while, and has been rewarded by experiencing the passion of the people attending for Portbury Avonmouth Severnside (PAS); and being able to see how business and community plays out on the ground … making it local. The question is how the West of England Combined Authority can apply its resources to support this. We look forward to seeing you all at June’s Business Breakfast on Thursday June 27th. Designing out waste and working with the neighbours. We’ll be focusing on the Circular Economy, the outstanding examples of circularity from across PAS, its importance to reducing carbon and climate impact, and opportunities for your business and organisation. You can book here: https://SevernNet-Business-Breakfast-Jun24.eventbrite.com We would also like to encourage everyone, if your organisation hasn’t already, to take part in the important LIDP survey which you can find here: https://forms.office.com/e/L7wkVLC3Gq. If you would like any help in completing this, please email lidp@severnnet.org With best wishes, Kate and the team from SevernNet SevernNet Business Breakfast’s are an opportunity to meet and collaborate with local businesses and stakeholders. There’ll be an opportunity for everyone to introduce yourself and your business. A breakfast roll and hot drinks will be provided! Please let us know if you have any allergies or dietary requirements at time of booking.
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Scooters and bikes as Sustainable Transport Options & Renewable Energy Opportunities

Date: Thurs. March 28th from 07:30 to 09:00.Host: SevernNet with TIER and Ameresco / City LeapVenue: St. Andrew’s House, St. Andrew’s Rd, Avonmouth. BS11 9DJ Thanks to everyone who joined us for March’s Business Breakfast and very many thanks to our speakers: Julian Miller from Ameresco Mark Atkins and Callum Dixon from TIER Justin Reeve from West of England Combined Authority Thanks also to Anne Hayes and colleagues from The Bristol Port Company who enabled the demonstration area and the Dr. Bike, together with Sam Marsh from SevernNet/Bike Bristol. For March’s Business Breakfast we brought you two important topics which proved to be of great interest:- Renewable Energy investment opportunities and how these may be realised- Micro-mobility as a key modal option for sustainable transport … and how TIER is able to support this Following introductions SevernNet provided a short update on the progress of the Local Industrial Decarbonisation Plan project for the West of England Industrial Cluster. With Portbury Avonmouth Severnside (PAS) as its hub, we have the opportunity this year to bring together, and support, PAS businesses to develop their net zero journey planning; and take advantage of potential collaborative approaches and infrastructure. At our last breakfast (more details here: https://severnnet.org/news/get-stuck-in-with-industrial-decarbonisation/) Rhianydd Griffith asked if businesses could pilot our initial stakeholder survey. We’d like to thank everyone who supported this and provided initial feedback which is all being incorporated into a more detailed survey. This will be distributed later next month, and will ask for actual data on energy consumption and emissions, and projects in your pipeline. This will be essential information to help develop the plan. Opportunities for Renewable Generation in PAS Julian Miller (Ameresco) reminded us that renewable generation will be part of the solution for decarbonisation plans across the area; and we need to consider how this can be achieved, and support the demand for increasing electrification, given the limited grid capacity. This may take a number of different forms, including solar, wind and BESS (battery energy storage systems) and can be deployed in different ways including as a microgrid “behind the meter”. The latter can avoid the problem of limited grid capacity. There are different commercial options available. Ameresco, with its City Leap commitment spanning 20 years is able to take a longer term view which can enable more attractive business cases with stable pricing over the long term. Do get involved, and if you’d like to understand options for your business, community, development etc. have a chat to Julian (jumiller@ameresco.com) or drop us a line at lidp@severnnet.org. Julian’s presentation is attached; and is also available to download here Micromobility and TIER. How TIER can support the area, our businesses and community Mark Atkins from TIER stepped us through their progress in deploying e-scooters, e-bikes and e-cargobikes across the West of England and Portbury Avonmouth Severnside (PAS) since taking over from Voi. PAS has played an important part with DHL warehousing the vehicles locally. Adoption across the West of England is growing significantly with 1.4m kms travelled by 53.3k users to date in 2024. Availability and growth across PAS has been constrained, we believe, through limited parking spaces and unavailability in the N. Somerset and S. Glos. part of PAS. Mark stepped us through an engaging presentation outlining usage across the area compared to Bristol city centre; and highlighting opportunities to increase the number of parking spaces. To enable TIER to help PAS businesses, colleagues and residents to take greater advantage of the accessibility to sustainable transport offered TIER would like to establish connections with organisations in our area to offer: a) B2B packages to improve sustainable travel for our colleagues (contact mark.atkins@tier.app) b) to explore opportunities to improve the network in our area via increased parking locations on land in both the public & private sector (contact paul.whitaker@tier.app) Mark’s presentation is attached; and is also available to download here. Future Transport Zones Update Justin from West of England Combined Authority provided a shot update on the Future Transport Zones programme that has received £24.4m government funding and started in July 2020. See https://www.westofengland-ca.gov.uk/what-we-do/transport/future-transport-zone/ for more information. Justin highlighted the value of the TIER service in assisting understanding of travel patterns across the West of England. The data from all the journeys is proving to be very informative in developing transport and travel strategy. The FTZ programme has included: E-scooter trial (see TIER above) WESTlink on demand bus service. We understand that there are going to be a number of changes to this service. You can find out more here: https://travelwest.info/westlink/. Also attached the Bristol_North_Zone_Map_2024-web.pdf and Portishead_Zone-Map_2024-web.pdf which are probably most relevant for the area. Transport data hub which will enable innovation into the; and can further help inform transport & Travel strategy, policy and infrastructure investment e-cargo bike trials. The Bristol Port Authority has been one of the beneficiaries; and has resulted in a considerable reduction in van miles. All-in-one journey planner and ticketing app which will provide travellers with different multi-modal travel options and enable ticketing to cover one journey Multi-modal hubs  in strategic places. Eleven locations have been selected across BCC and SGC and it is expected that these will be built out from the summer A key feature of the funding for innovative trials has been the agreement that the programme must track and monitor the success of the trials for at least 12 months; and the programme is being extended to enable this SevernNet Updates Kate Royston and Sam March provided a quick update on traffic and roadworks, Severn Ride&Stride and the next Business Breakfast; and we thanked all those businesses and colleagues who participated in March’s annual Travel To Work Survey (see presentation attached). TIER Demos and Dr. Bike Following the breakfast a number of participants took advantage of the opportunity to have a go on an e-scooter and e-bike; and the Dr. Bike appointments through the morning to ‘tune-up’ their bikes. April’s Business Breakfast We look forward to seeing you in April (Th. April 25th) and we’ll be providing details of the location very shortly. In the meantime if you’d like to book, here’s the registration link.
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Get stuck in with industrial decarbonisation

Date: Thurs. February 22nd from 07:30 to 09:00.Host: SevernNetVenue: St. Andrew’s House, St. Andrew’s Rd, Avonmouth. BS11 9DJ February’s Business Breakfast found us back in the Presentation Suite at St. Andrew’s House. Following introductions, Rhianydd Griffith presented an overview of the Local Industrial Decarbonisation Plan project (LIDP), including important calls to action for businesses and organisations across Portbury Avonmouth Severnside. You can download the presentation here. Rhianydd has joined SevernNet as the LIDP Stakeholder Engagement Lead. Hynamics We were delighted that Kerry Mullen from Hynamics was able to join us. Hynamics has been involved in the development, generation and supply of hydrogen (H2) for many years. Kerry talked about the evolution, the business model, and provided insightful case study examples from the UK and Europe. You can download Kerry’s presentation here. If you have any questions on the Hynamics business or to discuss potential opportunities, please do contact Kerry Mullen at Kerry.mullen@hynamics.com LIDP This year we have to put together the Local Industrial Decarbonisation Plan for the developing West of England Industrial Cluster. This presents us all with lots of opportunities; and we hope that you will get involved as much as you can. This is not about a top down exercise. We’re seeking to understand the energy use, carbon emissions and decarbonisation plans and opportunities from across Portbury Avonmouth Severnside, and the rest of the cluster, by engaging with you, however big or small; and wherever possible supporting the local community to get more involved. As the title of the breakfast suggests, we are starting to gear up….!  We would be very grateful if you could take a look at the calls to action in red in the LIDP slides and let us know if you: would like to take part in our pilot stakeholder survey (thanks to those who volunteered in the room). would like a one-on-one call to discuss your priorities for industrial decarbonisation can introduce us to anyone you think we should be talking to – business, organisation or individual would like to contribute to any of the workstreams set out in the slides (thanks again to those who offered in the room) have any case studies you’d be happy to include in our plan or communications have would like to see any of the topics on slide 14, or any others, featured at our business breakfasts in 2024 have an event you would like us to consider speaking at or attending You can feedback by emailing Rhianydd.Griffith@Severnnet.org  and [cc-ing Kate.Royston@Severnnet.org and admin@severnnet.org] Wrapping up The breakfast concluded with a summary of up and coming roadworks across the area. These are available here. There was also a reminder that the Travel To Work Survey kicks off next week. We would encourage those businesses who have registered to endeavour to get as many colleagues completing the survey as possible; and if you haven’t registered but would like to take part, please get in touch with either Sam (sam@SevernNet.org) or me. Next breakfast March’s breakfast will be on Th. March 28th. We’ll be in the Presentation Suite again at St. Andrew’s House and we’re excited that we’ll be joined by TIER. TIER is the Combined Authorities supplier of micro-mobility through the turquoise coloured e-scooters and e-bikes you may well be seeing across the area. With the help of The Bristol Port Company we’re aiming to set up an area where you can have a good look at the e-scooters and e-bikes and have a go (they’ll be available until lunchtime if you want to invite colleagues to come and have a look). We’re also keen for you to understand the potential advantages that working with TIER could bring to you as a business. We are also hoping to hear from City Leap and gain a better understanding of the opportunities around renewable power for commercial / industrial property and microgrids. To be confirmed. You can book here: https://SevernNet-Business-Breakfast-Mar24.eventbrite.com Please join us at February’s Business Breakfast and find out mo The agenda is based upon your participation in sharing your plans / thinking on decarbonisation; projects you may already have identified; and support that would be helpful. We’ll also be joined by Kerry Mullin from Hynamics – EDF’s producer and distributor of low carbon and renewable hydrogen. If you’re seeking to/are decarbonising your business/development and/or have lessons, opportunities, services etc. to share please come along! We want to hear from you. Come along, join the discussion, and find out more.We look forward to seeing you on February 22nd
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SevernNet is recruiting an Industrial Decarbonisation Circular Economy Facilitator

We’re inviting applications from suitable candidates to join us on our Industrial Decarbonisation planning programme through 2024. SevernNet is a member of a group of stakeholders who have come together to form the West of England Industrial Cluster (WOEIC); and through 2024 we’ll be getting the cluster off the ground through the development of an industrial decarbonisation plan. SevernNet is leading the work on the stakeholder engagement and circular economy development. To support this we’re recruiting: Industrial Decarbonisation Circular Economy Facilitator If you are interested in applying, or no someone who might, please submit applications. The application pack link is above. Applications will be processed, interviews arranged and appointment made as soon as a suitably qualified candidate is confirmed.
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Works to repair sections of A403 between Ironchurch Road and Kings Weston Lane – starting Th. 8th February

Bristol City Council, through its contractors ETM, is undertaking repair works to improve sections of the A403 between Ironchurch Rd and Kings Weston Lane.This is much needed work, as I’m sure you’ll agree! The works to repair sections of St Andrews Road will start at 09:00 on Thursday 8th February and run until 16:00 on Tuesday 13th February (excluding the weekend). After much discussion the traffic management will be by traffic signals, rather than closures. This will be a mixture of 2-way and multi-way signals between Kings Weston Lane and Ironchurch Road, moving depending on where the works need to be done. Due to the depth of tarmac required for this road, the signals will be staying up overnight where needed to allow sufficient time for the tarmac to set. This will mean that there is a significantly reduced chance that the works will need to be repeated in the near future. An alternative, diversion route, will be in place for those who prefer to use it via Poplar Way West, Merebank Road and Kings Weston Lane. This will be an alternative to the signals. See diagram below. There will be no signals etc in place over the weekend.The current schedule for these works is as follows:  4 way signals to be in place on the Iron Church Road junction on 8th – 9th Feb, and will be removed as soon as no longer needed.  3 way signals to be in place on the Kings Weston Lane junction on 12th – 13th Feb, and will be removed as soon as no longer needed.  2 way signals to be in place in between these junctions (only when multiway signals are not in place). We appreciate that these works will be very disruptive. However, we can agree that the maintenance works are essential so need to be completed, and we thank you for your patience over this period.
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Making Asphalt Sustainable – January’s Business Breakfast

Date: Thurs. January 25th from 07:30 to 09:00.Host: John WainwrightVenue: Avonmouth Community Centre, 257 Avonmouth Rd, Avonmouth. BS11 9EN John Wainwright is an end-to-end supplier of premium aggregate, asphalt and contracting services with a basalt quarry and asphalt plant in the Mendips and a state-of-the-art urban plant in Avonmouth. Avonmouth Asphalt plant uses renewable energy and heat exchange technology, and is set up to make use of Recycled Asphalt Products (RAP). Jody Bennett, Asphalt Business Manager from John Wainwright will give an overview of how one of the most energy hungry production plants in Avonmouth has made huge steps forward with its carbon reduction, sustainability and plans for further reductions and savings in the future. Please join us at January’s Business Breakfast and find out more Asphalt is a product we are all likely to have contact with every day, is vital to everyday life, but which we may not think about very much!The morning’s agenda will include: An introduction to local asphalt production! J. Wainwright’s journey to making asphalt more sustainable Getting involved in the area’s Local Industrial Decarbonisation Plan (LIDP) Everything Avonmouth! N. Somerset, Bristol and S, Glos Local Plan consultations and having your say! 2024 Travel To Work Survey and its importance to local provision Come along, join the discussion, and find out more.We look forward to seeing you on January 25th Book your ticket here SevernNet Business Breakfast’s are an opportunity to meet and collaborate with local businesses and stakeholders. There’ll be an opportunity for everyone to introduce yourself and your business. A breakfast roll and hot drinks will be provided! Please let us know if you have any allergies or dietary requirements at timeof booking. Please note, we depend on our subscribing members to fund our work for you and the area. There is more information about Membership and a Membership Form here or you can join online here.
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Local Plan Consultations open now

All three of our local authorities across Portbury Avonmouth Severnside have Local Plans out for consultation at the moment. These plans have a significant influence on what is able to be developed across the area and land use policy; and we would encourage you to engage with them if you can. North Somerset Council (NSC) NSC’s Local Plan 2039 info pageNSC’s plan is more advanced than the others, and is now in what is known as the Pre-submission plan (reg 19) consultation period. This runs from 27 November until 5pm on Monday 22 January 2024.A pdf of the plan is available here.Information about how to respond to the consultation is here. Bristol City Council (BCC) BCC’s Local Plan Review info pageBCC’s plan consulation is open now and runs until Friday 26 January 2024A pdf of the main plan document is available here.Information about how to respond to the consultation and supplementary documents are here. South Glos. Council (SGC) SGC’s New Local Plan info pageSGC’s plan is in its Phase 3 consultation period. This runs from 6th December until the 7 February 2024.A pdf of the plan is available here.Information about how to respond to the consultation is here.You can also find out about online and local events here.These include: Almondsbury Old School Hall – Tuesday 23 January 2024 (4.30pm-7.30pm) (venue has limited parking) Easter Compton VIllage Hall – Wednesday 24 January 2024 (4pm-7pm)