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 02
Year: 2021

Introduce free bus travel for all 16 to 18 year olds to help connect and reconnect young people with the city

Goal 11
Year: 2021

Support community assets (such as community centres / groups) to reduce social isolation and improve mental wellbeing, focusing particularly on communities with mental health inequalities

Sub-theme: Mental health
Goal 13
Year: 2021

Deliver a pilot programme with Bristol communities, particularly council properties, to develop and increase access to communal and green spaces

Goal 31
Year: 2022

Discretionary licencing in the private rented sector has expanded to over 5,500 more homes

Goal 32
Year: 2022

Undertake a review of Bristol Home Choice (city’s social housing lettings system) to produce a revised fit for purpose social lettings policy for social housing providers and improve the experience of people using Home Choice

Goal 34
Year: 2022

Bus usage and passenger satisfaction increases as a result of the continued delivery of the bus deal

Theme: Transport
Goal 35
Year: 2022

An increase in short walking and cycling journeys benefits residents’ health and wellbeing and contributes to improved community resilience, a thriving local economy and reduced transport emissions, resulting in more liveable neighbourhoods

Theme: Transport
Goal 38
Year: 2023

By acting on what children, young people and their families tell us we have started to make a real difference to the city’s communal spaces and streets so that they feel safer and more welcoming