Published date 6 May 2022

Join the conversation on a vision for the north fringe of Bristol

North fringe consultation

Do you live in Filton, Cribbs Causeway, Patchway, Bradley Stoke, Stoke Gifford, Harry Stoke, Henbury or Brentry?

Residents who live in the north fringe of Bristol, which includes parts of Bristol and South Gloucestershire, are invited to give their views on a plan to shape the future of the area.

The strategic masterplan for the north fringe of Bristol is being jointly developed by the West of England Combined Authority, South Gloucestershire Council and Bristol City Council.

The strategic masterplan sets out a vision that aims to address inequalities, make sure growth is sustainable, and responds to the climate and ecological emergency, over the next 30 years.

To take part in the survey and find out more visit:

Feedback from residents will be used to further develop and refine the strategic masterplan.

During the engagement period, there will be the following drop-in events:

  • Thursday 19 May, 2pm – 6pm - Patchway Community Centre, Rodway Road, Patchway, BS34 5PF
  • Tuesday 24 May, 6pm – 8.30pm - Little Stoke Hall café, Little Stoke Lane, BS34 6HR

These will be opportunities for people to learn more about the plan, meet the project team and ask questions.

The survey on the vision for the north fringe of Bristol closes midnight on 19 June 2022. To request a paper copy or alternate format please call 07436 601889 or email

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