Bradley Stoke Town Council is aware that public consultations are the most important part of any project undertaken by the Town Council in Bradley Stoke. The Town Council would encourage residents to take the time to look at consultations, as and when they arise, and make their views known.
CLOSED: Leisure Equipment on The Jubilee Green
Bradley Stoke Town Council is considering installing a range of leisure equipment for public use on the Jubilee Green (subject to obtaining grant funding from external sources). We have identified a range of pieces of equipment which could be installed and are interested in hearing residents views/preferences. This consultation is now closed and the results will be published shortly.
CLOSED: Hardcourt Area and General Site at Brook Way Activity Centre
The town council is seeking residents' views on the future of the hardcourt area and general site at Brook Way Activity Centre. This public consultation is now closed. The results of this consultation can be downloaded (Word).
CLOSED: Youth Survey Results
In 2011 South Gloucestershire Council and Bradley Stoke Town Council conducted a survey to find out which activities young people wanted in their local area. The results of that survey have now been published.
CLOSED: Post Office Provision
The town council have been carrying out a public consultation to find out residents' views on post office provision in the town. This public consultation is now closed. The results of this consultation can be downloaded (Word).
CLOSED: Part-Night Street Lighting
Bradley Stoke Town Council has been seeking views of residents on proposals to introduce part-night street lighting in the town. This public consultation is now closed. The results of this consultation can be downloaded (Word).
CLOSED: Town Council Office Location
Bradley Stoke Town Council is in the process of considering the possible relocation of the town council offices. There are a number of options which might be available and Councillors have been consulting the residents of Bradley Stoke to find out their views. This public consultation is now closed. Results of this consultation can be downloaded (Word).