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 13 November 2017 at latest.

One written statement per member of the public is permitted.

 

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

5.00 pm on Wednesday 8 November 2017 at latest. A maximum of 2 questions per

member of the public is permitted.

Minutes:

Public petitions:

The Full Council received and noted the following petitions:

 

Petition PP 01 – “Save Whitchurch airport, Hengrove”

Petition organiser – Daniel Fear

 

Petition PP 02 – “Keep library provisions in Sea Mills”

Petition organiser – Stephen Finch

 

Public statements:

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

 

PS 01 - David Redgewell – Transport issues

PS 02 - Terrence Wookey – Parks (Blaise Castle/Westbury-on-Trym)

PS 03 - Frances Beech – Parks / green spaces

PS 04 -Paula Davis – Parks (Victoria Park)

PS 05 -Jilly Edwards – Parks (Bedminster Green)

PS 06 - Mike Bond – Parks (Barton Fields Trust)

PS 07 - Mike Ingham – Parks / green spaces

PS 08 -             A Watson – Parks

PS 09 - Derek Browne – Parks (Eastwood Farm)

PS 10 - Stephen Finch – Sea Mills library

PS 11 - Sue Perrin – Parks

PS 12 - Lydia Lawson – Parks

PS 13 - Nicollette Vincent – Parks

PS 14 - Moira McMurran – Parks

PS 15 - Martha Carroll – Parks

PS 16 - Jan Hamilton – Parks

PS 17 - Isabel Rossi – Parks

PS 18 - Prof. John Briggs & Mrs Joyce Briggs – Parks

PS 19 - Robert Maclean – Parks

PS 20 - Sue Black – Parks

PS 21 - Josie Miller-Webb – Parks

PS 22 - Jennifer Gilmore – Parks

PS 23 - Becky Cridford – Parks

PS 24 - Amy Whitfield – Parks

PS 25 - Helen Carlyle – Parks

PS 26 - Sally Reay – Parks

PS 27 - Laura Cramer – Parks

PS 28 - Nikki Maloney – Parks

PS 29 -Cath Pullinger – Parks

PS 30 - Rachel Reveley – Parks (St George’s Park)

PS 31 - Frith Trezevant – Parks

PS 32 - Maureen Johnson – Saving Whitchurch airport

PS 33 -Andy McBride-Coogan – Parks (Nightingale Valley / St Anne’s woods)

PS 34 - Barrie Sadler – Parks

PS 35 - Ken Booth – Parks

PS 36 - Malindi Myers – Parks / green spaces

PS 37 - Amy Rose – Parks

PS 38 - Nicola Hodges – Parks (St Andrews Park)

PS 39 - Brenda Lalonde – Parks

PS 40 - Susan Acton-Campbell – Protect our Parks petition (Friends of Troopers Hill)

PS 41 - Laura Fenton – Parks

PS 42 - Kate Usher – Parks

PS 43 - Jan Armstrong – Parks (Horfield common / St Andrews Park)

PS 44 - Bex Rose – Parks

PS 45 - Sue Ryall – Parks

PS 46 - Richard Hall Stockwood library                              

PS 47 - Kate Clements – Bristol parks (Eastville Park)

PS 48 - Margaret Macey Stockwood library

PS 49 - Prof. Alan Preece & Mrs Sheila Preece – Motion 1- Securing the futureof Bristol’s library service

PS 50 - Rob Bryher – Parks

PS 51 - Sarah Murch – Library service

PS 52 - Paul Wheeler – Pay Policy Statement / Living wage

PS 53 - Michael Owen – Bristol arena / balloon fiesta

PS 54 - Alan Aburrow – Protect our parks petition (Badock’s Wood)

PS 55 - Sue Western – Parks

PS 56 - Hugh Holden – Parks – Mina Road Park

PS 57 - Peter and Rosalie Hill – Stockwood library

PS 58 - Angela Stansbie / David Mckeown - Parks (Brandon Hill)

PS 59 - Sian Parry – Parks (Badock’s Wood)

PS 60 - Frances Robertson – Parks (Formal submission of Friends of Badock’s wood)

PS 61 - Keith Way – Parks (wildlife)

PS 62 - Friends of Bristol Suburban Railways (Julie Boston) – Let Bristol breathe, let Bristol move

PS 63 - Paul Skinner – Parks (Victoria Park)

PS 64 - Neill Talbot, Bristol Friends of the Earth – Parks

PS 65 - Robbie Gillett – Outdoor digital advertising

PS 66 - Merche Clark, Clifton Down Community Association – Mitigation of university expansion

PS 67 - Julie Boston – Libraries

PS 68 - Kevin Gummett Canford Lane crossing

PS 69 - Marjorie Caw – Libraries

PS 70 - Caroline Stevenson – Libraries

PS 71 - Len Wyatt – Parks (Northern slopes)

PS 72 - Isobel Young – Libraries

PS 73 - Susan Carter – Parks (Ramblers)

PS 74 - Derek and Cheryl Hawkins – Parks

PS 75 - Nicola Hawkes Canford Lane crossing

PS 76 - Lloyd Roberts – Redland library

PS 77 - Paul Bullivant and Martin Weitz – Parking problems in the St Andrews area

PS 78 - Kay Galpin – Impact of RPZ

PS 79 - Esther Giles – Budget

PS 80 - Julie Hart – Parks (Redland May fair)

PS 81 - Eileen Lepine – Redland library

PS 82 - Katherine Gale, Jacquie MacDonald, Pat Fitton – Impact of RPZ

PS 83 - Deborah Doyle - Road Safety on the edge of RPS in North Bristol

PS 84 - Mark Logan – Parks (Snuff Mills)

PS 85 -Alison Bromilow – Parks (Redland and Cotham Amenities Society)

PS 86 - Christina Biggs – Transport / rail

PS 87 - Ornella Saibene – Budget / public services

PS 88 - Hilary Long – Westbury-on-Trym and other libraries

PS 89 - Morwenna Sanders – Parks

PS 90 - Stuart Phelps – Easton Safer Streets Initiative

PS 91 - Thomas Pearce – Budget consultation

 

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:

 

PQ 01 - Road safety - Question from Mike Frost

PQ 02 - Impact of Cribbs Patchway new neighbourhood - Question from Graham Donald

PQ 03 - Parks and green spaces - Question from Len Wyatt

PQ 04 - Cost of neighbourhoods consultation - Question from Lloyd Roberts

PQ 05 - Council finances - Question from Barry Cash

PQ 06 - Metrobus - Question from Barry Cash

PQ 07 - Parking income and RPZ consultation - Question from Edward Bowditch

PQ 08 - Safe crossing in Canford Lane - Question from Nicola Hawkes

PQ 09 - Library service - Question from Roger Gimson

PQ 10 - Library service - Question from Ian Goodenough

PQ 11 - Library service - Question from Lloyd Roberts

 

Within the time available, the Mayor responded verbally to questions PQ 02, PQ 03, PQ 04

and PQ 05, also responding to supplementary questions where asked.