Bristol mayor Marvin Rees launched the city's first ever One City Plan in January, setting out targets for Bristol decade by decade until 2050.
Partners from the city’s business, charitable, academic and public sectors all contributed to the first draft of the plan, which aims to make Bristol fair, healthy and sustainable with reduced inequality.
There is a vision for each decade, along with six priority themes: health and wellbeing, economy, homes and communities, environment, learning and skills and connectivity.
The document is at pains to point out that One City is an ever-evolving collaboration, and an attempt to focus the city on a series of outcomes, rather than a set of unchanging rules.
Property consultancy firm JLL has predicted more than 2,000 new build-to-rent apartments could be created in Bristol by 2021.