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





Goal 47
Year: 2023

A strategic approach to domestic abuse, sexual violence, and harmful gender-based practices has been developed with more organisations signing up to the Women’s Safety Charter and the recommendations of the Women’s Health Needs Assessment taken forward.

Goal 136
Year: 2028

Sexual violence, Female Genital Mutilation, forced marriage and other harmful gender-based practices have significantly reduced from 2021

Goal 147
Year: 2029

Bristol has capitalised upon national childcare changes to maximise opportunities for parents and carers to be in employment

Goal 148
Year: 2029

Changes in the child care sector have resulted in improved pay with fair working conditions for child care workers

Goal 166
Year: 2030

Measurable increases are consistently recorded in the number of women entering and remaining in employment in the green, digital and new build economies

Goal 183
Year: 2031

The level of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects at A-Level, degrees and apprenticeships taken up by young women is the same as young men, following partnerships with high-tech and digital employers

Goal 199
Year: 2032

Childcare as economic infrastructure is now
included in all regeneration projects

Goal 280
Year: 2036

All young carers have been identified, assessed and supported in their role as a carer, taking a ‘whole family approach’ to reduce the impact on their own health and wellbeing