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Bristol City Council’s expenses for everything but George’s red trousers

Many of us claim back expenses occurred during our working days. That tenner spent on a taxi to a meeting, the coffee with a potential new client or train travel to an industry conference. 318 more words

‘Making our Money go Further – Social, Environmental and Economic Procurement.’

Dear Consultee

Bristol City Council spends £400 million on goods and services every year.

Based on UK and EU law we are currently exploring how our decisions on what we buy and who we buy from, can include consideration of the social, economic and environmental benefit different organisations and approaches bring to the city. 171 more words

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BCC awards contract for the delivery of large letters within the central areas of Bristol by green transport

We are pleased to announce that Bristol City Council has awarded a contract for the delivery of large letters within the central areas of Bristol by green transport to CFH Docmail Ltd (trading as Velopost). 73 more words

Professional Services Framework - BCC tender opportunity

Bristol City Council on behalf of the West of England Partnership is seeking a single multi-disciplinary organisation that can provide a full and wide range of transport consultancy services for four years consisting of large number of small project that will need to be completed in a short period of time. 99 more words

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Bristol City Council connects kids to their environment

Australian singer Olivia Newton-John has launched the ‘One Tree Per Child’ initiative in Bristol England to increase their urban forest. See – http://bit.ly/17pJuRA

The ‘One Tree Per Child’ global campaign was launched in early 2013 by Jon Dee of ‘Planet Ark’ & ‘Do Something’ with Olivia Newton-John. 411 more words

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Home to School Framework Agreement - BCC Tender Opportunity

The services are required for the provision of transport including but not limited to: home to school, home to day services for adults and social care bookings for children and young people. 95 more words

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An Open Letter to Bristol

Dear Bristol City Council, Since 2009, Residence, a Community Interest Company supporting performing artists in Bristol, has made its home in 11 St Nicholas Street. Residence holds the license to the building under Bristol City Council’s Capacity scheme, a pioneering arrangement which recognised the potential for cultural regeneration that artists bring, allowing artists to make use of buildings in the city that had lain vacant for years. 1,103 more words