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Neighbourhood Partnerships bring public sector decision making to a local level where local residents can influence how they would like to see their neighbourhood improve.
There are 14 Neighbourhood Partnerships.
Use the Neighbourhood Partnership links in the menu to find out more about what's going on in your area.
Bristol has been awarded the title of European Green Capital for 2015. The Neighbourhood Partnerships Fund has been created to help every neighbourhood take part in helping us to create a happier, healthier city. The key themes of the Bristol 2015 year are energy, resources, transport, nature and food. Each Neighbourhood Partnership has £10,000 to contribute to local projects in 2015.
- The funding is aimed at projects which deliver against one or more of the following priorities:
- Increasing people’s access to affordable, healthy, sustainable food.
Enabling more people to access affordable energy.
- Inspiring and educating people about nature and how to care for it.
- Providing activities and initiatives that help people re-use, repair, and share materials.
Helping people discover more sustainable transport (e.g. walking, cycling or public transport).
Application forms for the grants are available on the individual neighbourhood partnership pages (follow the links to the left of this page).
Neighbourhood Partnerships have terms of reference which govern the decision making.
The Neighbourhood Committee terms of reference apply to Councillors when they are making financial decisions and are the same across the city. View the terms of reference (pdf, 78 KB)(opens new window).
Each Neighbourhood Partnership has a terms of reference - these may be different in each Neighbourhood Partnership but are based on the standard terms of reference.
Each partnership must also comply with the Neighbourhood Partnership financial operating framework. View the financial operating framework (pdf, 102 KB)(opens new window).
Neighbourhood Partnerships are choosing their carriageway surface dressing and footway maintenance schemes in the March 2014 meetings. The choice for these schemes are based on assessments carried out by officers. View more information about carriageway surface dressing (pdf, 14 KB)(opens new window) and footway assessments (pdf, 14 KB)(opens new window)