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 08
Year: 2021

Bristol is a Gold Sustainable Food City and ‘Bristol Bites Back Better’ is actively supporting sustainability and resilience across our food system and continuing the work of the Food Equality Strategy

Goal 12
Year: 2021

A Food Equality Strategy and delivery plan is developed to tackle the causes of food insecurity and unhealthy weight

Goal 37
Year: 2023

All children have access to healthy food at school, with school meals meeting the highest nutritional standards and with improved access to growing food opportunities for children in schools and food education

Goal 63
Year: 2024

Wildlife-friendly food growing areas have been established in every ward in the city, using regenerative approaches to replenish the soil and manage water

Goal 102
Year: 2026

More than 50% of fast food takeaways in the city are selling healthier alternatives in line with the Bristol Eating Better Awards

Goal 110
Year: 2027

There has been a reduction in childhood obesity as a result of education in school and beyond, covering healthy living, physical activity and healthy food opportunities

Goal 182
Year: 2031

The obesity gap has closed, bringing high levels of childhood obesity in deprived areas to a similar level to the most affluent areas

Goal 206
Year: 2032

90% of applicable catering businesses and schools are accredited with a ‘Bristol Eating Better’ standard