Suspension Bridge Look Out Point
Boyce’s Buildings. The early 19th-century terrace was completed in 2005 at CHIS’s suggestion when the Contemporis Flats replaced Hotwells Garage.
St Andrew’s Churchyard
Gardens and planting
Green Squares and Secret Gardens
Clifton Library tubs
Princess Victoria Street garden seat
Road Safety for pedestrians and motorists
Handrail at junction of Canynge Road and Christchurch Green
Bobby’s Field. The path along the top of Bobby’s Field (the area of grass and trees at the bottom of Regent Street) was an idea of CHIS to enable people to walk in safety without the need to cross the road to the pavement on the northern side.
Pembroke Road roundabouts. After 14 years of lobbying, roundabouts were installed at the junction of Pembroke Road, St Paul’s Road and Queen’s Road.
Pedestrian crossing outside 10 O’clock shop by Victoria Square
sign on road at junction outside Victoria Rooms
Seats: CHIS has placed seats at Park Place, St Andrew’s Churchyard, Princess Victoria Street, Clifton Library and opposite Bobby’s Field.
CHIS obtained Listed Building status for Knee Brothers’ Furniture Repository (now the Clifton Arcade), thus making demolition virtually impossible.
Protecting open spaces as Town Greens
Cumulative Impact Areas for premises licensing
Playground by the Suspension Bridge
Brunel Swivel Bridge
(by the entrance lock to the Cumberland Basin) restoration
St Andrew's Churchyard: From 1998-2018 CHIS ran regular working parties to help maintain the area and raised money for new planting and restoration
Green Squares and Secret Gardens: CHIS initiated and ran the first three years of this very successful project before passing it over to become independent, see
Green Squares & Secret Gardens
CHIS Archive: Achievements
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