Autumn 2017 issue (PDF 3,023KB) is the eleventh and latest to be published (right-click to download, or click to view.)Better Bristol is the Bristol Civic Society magazine, funded from members' subscriptions. The
Highlights of the Autumn 2017 Issue
- Chairman’s Piece. Concern about St Michaels on the Mount Without and Ashton Court.
- Brexit and Bristol. Eugene Byrne attempts to explain.
- Civic Society Design Awards. Kevin McCloud hands out the plaques.
- Planning Applications. John Payne reports on the latest applications.
- Major Developments. John Frenkel provides an update.
- Westmoreland House. Lori Stretch on this never-ending story.
- Bearpit. Progress has been made.Alan Morris reports.
- Across the Great Divide. Steve Maslin has plans for the M32.
- Festival of the Future City. Andrew Kelly outlines the thinking behind this important festival.
- The Fight for Bristol. Richard Pedlar outlines the rise of the Conservation Movement.
- A Planning Strategy for the City Centre. Peter Floyd has a plan.
- Suffrage City. Lucienne Boyce takes us on a walk.
- Blue Plaques. Gordon Young suggests a colour scheme for future Blue Plaque recipients.
- Easton Jamia Masjid mosque. Mike Manson visits St Marks Road during Ramadan celebrations.
- Student Awards. Diana Dungyova is a worthy winner.
- Bristol Fashion: A talk by Simon Cox, Head of Fieldwork, Cotswold Archaeology
- Bristol Heritage Forum
- Unbuilt Bristol – the city that might have been. A talk by Eugene Byrne
- A visit to the Suez Energy Recovery Centre, Hallen
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