So this council as to save £100 million over the next three years, so how come they are prepared to fight this claim of £226.80, surely a barrister will cost them much more or are they assuming that Mrs Thomas will back down rather than fight a large important body as Bristol City Council. From the biography of Martin Rees, the elected Mayor of Bristol, "Marvin has pledged to make Bristol a fairer city for all. His priorities are to tackle Bristol’s housing crisis by building more homes and protecting private, improve transport and people flow across the city, ensure early intervention in health and well-being and progress social mobility through access to education and skills." A fairer city for all but not for Mrs Rita Thomas a 89 years old pensioner.
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Bristol Trees in Crisis III - BTF Emergency Meeting - 6.00 to 8.00 pm, Tuesday 4th July, Bristol City Hall
The meeting will discuss and consider:
- The Council’s consultation on its recent decision to stop maintaining street trees in the city.
- The consequences of this should the decision not be reversed. 164 more words
- This proposal flies in the face of the objective of the city council to double tree canopy cover in a generation.
- There is clear evidence that climate change is in part being driven by the city heat island effect. 293 more words
A CASH-strapped council has instructed a barrister to prepare a 170-page dossier to fight off an OAP’s claim for a smashed windscreen which cost just £226. 181 more words
With Bristol City Council’s budget cuts, two decisions have been made regarding the management of Bristol’s treescape that make no economic sense, and threaten the reputation of the City as a Green and pleasant place to live and locate a business. 701 more words
29th April 2017 I was asked to facilitate a community session for the Mayor of Bristol (Marvin Rees) and Kerry McCarthy MP. The localised issues raised at community engagement sessions can often be listed beforehand housing, transport, education, fly-tipping, but nesting amongst these issues was the ongoing ramifications of Brexit. 220 more words