Dundry View Neighbourhood Partnership

Get involved with decision making at a local level in Dundry View.

Get involved with decision making at a local level in Dundry View.

The last Neighbourhood Partnership meeting in Dundry View took place in March 2017. 

Neighbourhood Partnerships are facing a 50% reduction in funding within the Council’s recently agreed 2017/18 budget

There are no further formal Neighbourhood Partnership meetings scheduled and managed by Bristol City Council, however, we are working with communities, local organisations, Councillors and residents in various ways to inform the next steps.

What's next

We're inviting anyone in Dundry View to think about how they, as a community, would like to maintain a relationship with Bristol City Council going forward.

If you're keen to inform how the changes affect your community, please look out for city wide and local events.

We'll be holding meetings in your local venues to talk to people with our Partners at HWCP.

Join our mailing list

To join our mailing list contact us via email or phone:

Emily.smith@bristol.gov.uk
0117 9037723

jim.hodgson@hwcp.org.uk
07912581566

Address: Symes building, Peterson Square, Hartcliffe, Bristol, BS13 0BE.

The partnership

The Dundry View Neighbourhood Partnership brings together:

  • local councillors
  • local residents
  • community groups
  • representatives from public services including Bristol City Council and the local police and HWCP

The role of the Neighbourhood Partnership was to get things done in response to issues raised by local residents.

Neighbourhood Partnership Plan

The Neighbourhood Partnership has collated and agreed its priorities for 2015 to 2018. 

It has produced a Plan which guides the work of the Neighbourhood Partnership.

Below is a copy of the both the full Plan and the short Neighbourhood Partnership Plan.

Map

Map of the area covered by the Dundry View Neighbourhood Partnership.

Local priorities

A vibrant environment: Well used and managed parks, clean and safe streets and public spaces and be a more sustainable community.

Keep Dundry View moving: A place where roads and pavements are well maintained encouraging safe walking, cycling and driving.

A safe and empowered community: A place where we have low crime and antisocial behaviour, victims are supported and residents empowered to take action.

Keep working and learning: Improve training and work opportunities for people locally and encourage business to play a role in the local community.

Build a successful Dundry View: Improve local facilities by increasing accessibility. Work with the community to get best value from any local community asset transfer, or any future development of open spaces and public areas.

Healthy and caring Dundry View: Promote and support activities that improve the physical and mental health and wellbeing of residents.

Active citizenship, addressing inequality and empowerment of local people: Nurture a community which brings people together, increases volunteering and has inclusive participation at all levels.

Major projects: Influence new developments and keep residents informed about projects which impact on Dundry View.

Dundry View CATT bus submission (pdf, 8k) (opens new window)

Neighbourhood Partnership meetings

You can look at agendas and minutes from meetings.

Members

Full list of members of Dundry View Neighbourhood Partnership.

Communication

Wham! newsletter is delivered to all local homes, four times a year.

Read the latest wham! newsletter.

Dundry View local news and meetings