We are consulting on Phase 2 of our new Local Plan’s preparation. We need your help to shape the future of South Glos to make?it a great place?to?work, live, visit, and enjoy. Share your views on where future homes, business?growth and change, new green networks, and areas for renewable energy, could be located across our district.
You can view the consultation plans, respond online and find out about our range of engagement events at, www.southglos.gov.uk/newlocalplan
What is Future Bright?
If you’re already in paid work and claiming benefits or tax credits to top up your income, or earning less than the living wage, Future Bright can help you develop your skills, increase your income and progress in your career.
Future Bright is a free and confidential service, built around you. Our career progression coaches work with you to support you to reach your career goals through emotional and practical help. This can include funding if we agree it’s what you need to reach your goal.
The service offers:
We can also offer some financial support towards any training or other work related costs.
Future Bright is open to local residents who are:
And/or receiving any of the following in-work bene?ts or tax credits:
If you are unsure about whether you are eligible for our support, call us to check and for advice on other services that may be able to support you.
If so, you might be interested in the South Gloucestershire 'Shared Lives' scheme which offers a community based alternative to other forms of care for people who need support. Follow this link for more information, and have a look at the brochure in the downloads section for more details.
Please check that your contact information is up to date.
If your e-mail address, or telephone number has changed, please log into your account and update this information.
You can do this by clicking on 'update contact information', which you will find on the right hand side of the screen when you log in.
Remember to click the 'submit' button when you have finished.
Every year, we will write to you to ask you to review your application. This is to make sure the information you have provided is up to date. We will send you instructions on how to do this when we write to you.
After we have written to you, you will have 28 days to review your application. If you do not do so, we will assume you no longer wish to remain on the housing register and we will cancel your application.