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.
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.
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)
Avon Lodge Truckstop offers a 24/7, pay-at-pump service and accept most major fuel cards including: AS24, International Diesel Service, Keyfuels, Morgan Fuels, and UK Fuels. Find us at Third Way, Avonmouth, BS11 9YP. Need a fuel card? Our group-owned fuel card company Silvey Fleet works with the largest fuel card networks to provides cost-effective, long-term fuel card solutions. Find out more here: https://lnkd.in/ejaYPBWW
Date: Thurs. Sept. 28th from 07:30 to 09:00.Host: Avon Lodge TruckstopVenue: Avon Lodge Cafe, Avon Lodge Truckstop, Third Way, Avonmouth. BS11 9YP Onroute Truckstop’s Avon Lodge invites you to join them for September’s Business Breakfast.We have an exciting programme lined up for you, including a ‘Build-a-Bap’ breakfast. You can choose from a number of fillings, together with Lavazza coffee to help start your day.There’s also a bike clinic if you’d like a tune up; and local guest speakers! Please join us at September’s Business Breakfast and find out more … The agenda will include: Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology – local manufacturer with a key to sustainability globally The Real Wrap Company – telling us about their rapid growth in Avonmouth Avon Lodge Truckstop and its important role in the area. It’s not just a Truckstop! Mabanaft, Onroute Truckstop’s parent; and their fuels innovation including ammonia and hydrogen We are delighted to welcome The Real Wrap Company and Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology who will be joining us to talk about their organisations, how they are evolving locally and supporting the local economy.We’ll also talk about the local challenges across Portbury Avonmouth Severnside (PAS) in providing sufficient and accessible lorry parking; access to good quality catering facilities available to the workforce; and the need for more travel hubs supporting sustainable travel.There’ll also be an update on the progress of the bid to fund a Local Industrial Decarbonisation Plan (LIDP) for a West of England Industrial Cluster with PAS as its hub; and Mabanaft, OneRoute Truckstop’s parent company, will be sharing the innovative work they are doing to decarbonise fuels for tomorrow, including around ammonia and hydrogen.And if you’d like to check in for the Bike Clinic – a free 30 minute safety check with minor repairs possible. (You’ll get a report card (bike ‘MOT’!) and maintenance tips) – you can book a slot here Come along, join the discussion, and find out more.We look forward to seeing you on September 28th 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 time of booking
We’re delighted that Nisbets is hosting November’s Business Breakfast at their National Catering Equipment Centre in Avonmouth. Join us for November’s Business Breakfast! Thurs. Nov. 24th from 07:30 to 09:00 Venue: National Catering Equipment Centre Hosted by: Nisbets Book your ticket now using the ‘Register’ button below. We look forward to seeing you. Register for November’s Business Breakfast here
Date and Time: Th. July 21st – 07:30-09:00Host: The Bristol Port CompanyWhere: The Bristol Port Safety & Training Centre, St. Andrew’s House, St. Andrew’s Rd., Avonmouth. BS11 9DQ Please join us to hear about the 5G logistics trials that took place at the Port and locally in May, including improvements to the lights at the junction of St. Andrew’s Rd and Kings Weston Lane; and a presentation and a chance to discuss the Vision for Severnside being developed by S. Glos. Council with communities of interest. Book here to come along and join us on the 21st
South Glos. Council is working with the local community, town and parish councils, and businesses, on a strategic infrastructure led masterplan for Severnside.The aim of the masterplan is to develop a locally informed vision to help shape the future of Severnside in the medium and long term, up to 2050. It will build on all of the different strengths that the area has. The plan is now in its public engagement phase and we encourage you to take a look and comment before the 24th July 2022. The website is here. You can also download a pdf of the exhibition boards here (3Mb). This Vision for Severnside will be presented and discussed at the July Business breakfast which will be held at The Bristol Port Company’s Safety and Training Centre in St. Andrew’s House, Avonmouth on Th. July 21st. Come and join us. Book here.
The Merchant Navy Welfare Board looks after seafarers coming to Portbury, Avonmouth and Sharpness. They have a centre at Portbury which provides support to Portbury and Avonmouth. This is a very important facility, providing much needed support to seafarers, many of whom are away from their homes and families for extended periods of time.The team at the Port of Bristol Seafarers Centre provide a lifeline to these key workers whose role is critical to the UK Economy. They offer a place to rest away from their ships for a few hours, stock up on sim cards, warm clothes and other provisions. We’re very grateful for the hospitality provided at June’s Business Breakfast and the insights’s into the team’s work. If you’d like to support the organisation or learn more, please check out this link.
Weds. June 15th from 11:00 to 13:30 including buffet lunch Venue: PBA Club, Nibley Road, Shirehampton, Bristol, BS11 9XW Organised by: SevernNet, supposted by NEBES We held our first Trade Local Day on June 15th with local businesses coming together at the PBA Club. It was a great success and we thank everyone who was able to attend. We understand everyone who attended benefitted, gained new business contacts, and are keen for us to hold further events. We’re introducing a Trade Local section to the SevernNet website and will be developing this further over the summer. We’ll be running our second Trade Local Day on Thurs September 15th 2022. Please pencil in the date in your diary. You can book your place here now. Be part of our vibrant business community. We look forward to seeing you on the 15th September!