Published: 15 July 2020 by Andy Grimsey
“Bristol council have this month made the decision to remove all Cumulative Impact Policies that are currently in force from the 1st August 2020.
This includes the City Centre, Whiteladies Road, Gloucester Road, Clifton, Southville & Bedminster areas previously covered by a Cumulative Impact Policy.
The council will be undertaking a consultation process in the coming months with regard to a new smaller Cumulative Impact Policy in the City Centre, however this means there will be a period from the 1st of August where no Policy will be in force.”
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