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Recovery of WEEE ~ BCC Tender Opportunity

Bristol City Council are tendering for the collection or acceptance of WEEE collected at the cities Household Waste Recycling Centres and subsequent treatment to divert from landfill. 26 more words

Bristol City Council

No 'super' Mayor for us!

Councillors in Bath and North East Somerset have called upon the government to drop the requirement to have an elected regional mayor as part of a £1 billion devolution package for the West of England area. 1,156 more words

Bath

Supply of Cremated Remains Plot Memorial Tablets to Bristol Crematoria ~ BCC Tender Opportunity

Bristol City Council is inviting tenders for the supply of Cremated Remains Plot Memorial Tablets to South Bristol and Canford Cemeteries.

To register your interest or to view full details & other opportunities with BCC: 13 more words

Bristol City Council

Recycling of Plasterboard Waste ~ BCC Tender Opportunity

Bristol City Council are tendering for the receipt, processing and recycling of Plasterboard Waste To register your interest or to view full details & other opportunities with BCC: … 17 more words

Recycling of Plasterboard Waste ~ BCC Tender Opportunity

Bristol City Council are tendering for the receipt, processing and recycling of Plasterboard Waste

To register your interest or to view full details & other opportunities with BCC: 12 more words

Bristol City Council

Car Park Lighting ~ BCC Tender Opportunity

Bristol City Council is tendering for Car Park Lighting in College Street Car Park, Temple Street Car Park, Trenchard Street, West End Car Park

To register your interest or to view full details & other opportunities with BCC: 13 more words

Bristol City Council

Why its "utterly irresponsible" not to vote against #cuts to #Bristol's #budget

I was very proud of my local party at this year’s Bristol City Council budget-setting meeting where Green councillors condemned austerity and voted against (with a few abstentions) Mayor Ferguson’s latest budget that cut another £30 million from vital public services. 812 more words

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