The One City Goals Dashboard

The One City Plan has 546 initiatives. This dashboard allows you to filter theme, sub-theme, relevant Sustainable Development Goal, year or keyword. If you have any feedback or suggestions for future goals please complete our short survey so we can improve this new tool.

There is also now a new Ward Profiles tool available to all, with information on many aspects of Bristol life including population, jobs and the economy, quality of life, health, education, and community safety for each ward in Bristol. There is now free access to more in-depth data across all these topics. Further information can be found on our Ward Profiles webpage

This dashboard is based on the 2021 One City Plan. Click here to read the 2023 Plan





Goal 29
Year: 2022

Unpaid carers have been identified, assessed, supported and valued in their caring role, recognised and respected as ‘expert partners in care’ as standard

Goal 33
Year: 2022

All housing associations have Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance (DAHA) accreditation to combat domestic violence and working with Bristol’s legal sectors we have developed pro-bono support for those facing domestic abuse

Goal 47
Year: 2023

Coordinated community and cross-sectoral approaches to domestic and sexual violence, female genital mutilation, forced marriages and other harmful gender-based practices have been developed

Goal 48
Year: 2023

Social infrastructure, including affordable childcare and adult social care, is treated as essential infrastructure and sufficiently prioritised for investment

Goal 136
Year: 2028

Sexual violence, female genital mutilation, forced marriage and other harmful gender-based practices have significantly reduced

Goal 147
Year: 2029

There is an increased uptake of childcare for eligible 2 year olds, from 62% in 2021 to 92%

Goal 148
Year: 2029

Flexible childcare provision is now affordable and standard, and there is improved pay with fair working conditions in the childcare sector

Goal 183
Year: 2031

Continued partnership working has delivered initiatives with high-tech and digital employers and has resulted in more equitable uptake of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects at A-Level, degrees and apprenticeships from Bristol’s young women