The consultation now under way for the 'Site Allocations' and the Area Green Space Plans is structured around the Neighbourhood Partnerships - those arbitrary non-neighbourhoods engineered to provide administrative convenience for the council's devolution ambitions.
Today it was was our turn in "Hengrove and Stockwood" to enjoy a 'drop-in session' to examine the plans.
It was very well attended too - and with the emphasis strongly on the suggested 'site disposals' required by the Parks and Green Spaces Strategy that our councillors approved in a rare display of cross-party consensus (well, apart from the Greens, but technically they don't count as a party) a couple of years ago.
The strategy relies on the sale of 'low value' land to help finance restoration and improvement of Bristol's long-neglected parks.
There's a list of all the drop-in sessions on the council web pages, partnership by partnership. Each runs from noon till 8.
Here's a shortlist. You might expect more local interest at the ones marked with an asterisk. They're the ones where the council hopes to sell off public green spaces for development. Asterisk free = threat free.
Date: Neighbourhood Partnership Area:
30-Jun *Filwood, Knowle & Windmill Hill
05-Jul *Hengrove & Stockwood
12-Jul Cabot, Clifton & Clifton East
14-Jul *Horfield & Lockleaze
22-Jul *Greater Fishponds Area
26-Jul *St George
01-Sep *Greater Fishponds Area
06-Sep *Hartcliffe, Whitchurch Park & Bishopsworth
13-Sep Bishopston, Cotham & Redland
15-Sep *Avonmouth & Kingsweston
20-Sep Henleaze, Stoke Bishop & Westbury-on-Trym
22-Sep Ashley, Easton & Lawrence Hill
27-Sep *Henbury & Southmead
29-Sep Greater Bedminster
04-Oct *St George
You might even see a pattern emerging.