ASHLEY, EASTON AND LAWRENCE HILL INSIGHTS
- 50,600 residents in the Ashley, Easton and Lawrence Hill Neighbourhood Partnership: Largest in Bristol
- Car Availability: 54%
- Flats: 51%
The Bristol demonstration within REPLICATE is informed by the Mayor’s Vision and supporting Council Corporate Plan which concentrates on three main areas (People, Place and Prosperity) underpinned by cross cutting themes of addressing inequalities, active citizens and an empowered city. REPLICATE touches upon all of these priorities but particularly the priorities of Addressing Inequalities, Active Citizens, Keep Bristol Moving, Global Green Capital, and Healthy and Caring Bristol.
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KWMC is involved in the Bristol Pilot and are responsible for supporting Bristol partners to work with community organisations, volunteers and local residents within the REPLICATE Bristol pilot.
Co-wheels are involved in the Bristol Pilot and are mainly responsible for deploying e-bikes and EV cars in a car club.
ICT & Infrastructure
BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL
The Bristol pilot will explore how technology could help tackle inequalities, such as how smart homes could help ease fuel poverty, and how electric bikes could help be more active and have more choice in how to travel.