Bristol City Council has secured 4.725 million pandemic recovery funding for the city centre and nine high streets – including Filwood Broadway – and needs feedback from people using the areas.
The money was awarded in July – and the council is now looking for ideas and suggestions from businesses, residents and visitors to develop action plans for these places.
The funding is to help get more people visiting and using these streets by:
- Filling vacant premises and diversifying what’s on offer
- Improving the appearance of the high street and providing more greening, for example with planters and hanging baskets
- Offering cultural and event activities
How you can help
There are three ways you can share your views and ideas for Filwood Broadway.
You can complete an online survey at: www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/BristolHighStreetRecovery by 31 October.
On-street engagement visits
You can share your views and suggestions directly with council officers at the following venues:
The Sandwich Stop – Wednesday 13 October from 10am – 12pm.
Filwood Community Market – Saturday 6 November from 10am – 1pm.
Online focus groups
Monday 18 October from 7-8pm: Book session on Eventbrite
Tuesday 26 October from 1-2pm: Book session on Eventbrite