Agenda item

Public Forum (Public Petitions, Statements and Questions)

Please note: Up to 30 minutes is allowed for this item. Public forum items

should be e-mailed to democratic.services@bristol.gov.uk

 

Public forum items can be about any matter the Council is responsible for

or which directly affects the city.

 

Please note that the following deadlines apply to this meeting:

 

a. Public petitions and statements: Petitions and written statements

must be received by 12 noon on Monday 14th January 2019 at

latest.  One written statement per member of the public is permitted.

 

b. Public questions: Written public questions must be received by

5pm on Wednesday 9 January 2019 at latest.

A maximum of 2 questions per member of the public is permitted.

Questions should be addressed to the Mayor or relevant Cabinet

Member.

 

Minutes:

Public petitions:

The Full Council received and noted the following petitions:

 

Petition PP 01 – “A pedestrian crossing for Langton Court Road

Petition organiser – Andrew Varney

 

Public statements:

The Full Council received and noted the following statements (which were also referred to the Mayor for his consideration/information):

 

 

Name

Title

PS01

Trudy Curtis

Joint Spatial Plan

PS02

Oliver Fortune

No confidence in government

PS03

Kathryn Chiswell Jones

Ursa the bear

PS04

Emma Harvey

Ursa the bear

PS05

Andree Nicola Corbett

Ursa the bear

PS06

John Handover

Fly tipping

PS07 

Hazel Handover

Fly tipping

PS08

Nancy Brenchley

Stoke Lodge playing fields

PS09

Viran Patel

Budget

PS10

Bristol Independent SEND Community 

High Court Ruling

PS11

Kim Hicks

Joint Spatial Plan

PS12

Ray Kelly

Fly tipping

PS13

Claire Shute

Joint Spatial Plan

PS14

Alison Percival

Joint Spatial Plan

PS15

Ivan Hudd

Joint Spatial Plan

PS16

Steve Thier

Joint Spatial Plan

PS17

Terry Buffery

Joint Spatial Plan

PS18

Ann Sell

Joint Spatial Plan

PS19

Jackie Rainbow 

Joint Spatial Plan

PS20

Marie Walters

Whitchurch Lane

PS21

Janice Sharp

Whitchurch Lane

PS22

Martyn Sell

Whitchurch Lane

PS23

Benoit Bennett

Save our Bear!

PS24

Sue Rich

South Bristol Orbital Link Road

PS25

Jeanne Apperley

Whitchurch Lane

PS26

Dr S French

Tree Preservation Order regulations

PS27

Brian and Bev

Whitchurch Lane

PS28

Lois Grinter

Save our Bear!

PS29

Corra Boushel

protect vital agricultural land

PS30

Michael Owen

Bristol Energy

PS31

David Redgewell

Transport

PS32

Mark Runacres, Avon and Somerset Police.

Bear Pit

PS33

Andrew Varney

People’s Vote

PS34

Gill Shire

Whitchurch Lane

PS35

Helen Powell

Stoke Lodge Playing fields

PS36

Pete Bullard

Ursa the Bear

PS37

Karen Sillence

Glyphosate use in Bristol

PS38

Rebecca McLellan 

Brislington, Old Tramway clearance of traveller’s waste

PS39

Lucianne Lassalle 

Save our Bear!

PS40

Fiona Prescott

Glyphosate use in Bristol

PS41

Me and My Library group

Libraries

PS42

Jen Smith

Stoke Lodge Playing fields

PS43

Alderman Griffey

Ownership of City Docks

PS44

Nicola Evans

Whitchurch Lane

PS45

South West Transport Network

Transport

PS46

Bee the Change

Against Glyphosate

PS47

Tim Rogers

Against Glyphosate

PS48

Chris Chalkley

Save our Bear

PS49

Carol and Ray Andrews

proposed link road

 

Within the time available, statements were presented by individuals present at the meeting.

 

Public questions:

The Full Council noted that the following questions had been submitted:

 

 

Name

Title

PQ01 & PQ02

Fiona Castle

Education and Health Care Plans

PQ03

Rick Carey

Anti Homeless Infrastructure

PQ04 & PQ05

Oliver Fortune

Filwood Library

 

PQ06

Graham Donald

New Crossing Point in Coombe Lane, Westbury On Trym

PQ07 & PQ08

Helen Powell

Open Spaces

PQ09

Graham Donald

Rescue package for High Streets

PQ10 & PQ11

Mary Page

Community Open Space/ Stoke Lodge Playing Fields

PQ12 & PQ13

Lloyd Roberts, Bristol Libraries Forum

Libraries

PQ14 & PQ15

Max Langer

Bus Services in Bristol

PQ16

James Cox

Afgan Relocation Scheme

PQ17

Barry Cash

School Playing Fields

PQ18

Barry Cash

Portishead Railway Line Proposals

PQ19 & PQ20

Joanna Booth

Libraries

PQ21

Viran Patel

Bristol Holdings, Bristol Waste and Bristol Energy

PQ22

Viran Patel

Voluntary Locally Elected Government Officials

PQ23

Dick Willis

proposed expansion of Bristol airport

 

Within the time available, the Mayor responded verbally to questions PQ 04, PQ 05, PQ 06,

PQ 07, PQ 08, PQ 09, PQ10 and PQ 11, also responding to supplementary questions where asked.