Greater Bedminster Community Partnership
Get involved with decision making at a local level in Greater Bedminster.
The Greater Bedminster Community Partnership is made up of the two Bristol wards of Southville and Bedminster.
- local councillors
- voluntary and community organisations
- private businesses
- public agencies
The partnership will:
- bring benefit to people living in the area
- encourage greater cooperation, and effectiveness between private, public and social economy organisations
- offer increased opportunities for residents to influence the making and implementing of policy
- be inclusive and vigorously oppose discrimination.
Map of the area covered by the Greater Bedminster Neighbourhood Partnership.
Priorities and objectives
Improving the green / environment infrastructure
- Parks Investment Plan Priority improving parks and open spaces; play, habitats, accessibility
- Improving the quality of the street scene environment
- Developing new play/youth facilities for Ashton Vale
- Reviewing current provision of waste and street scene services
- Reducing dog fouling incidents across the GBCP area
Activities to encourage people to walk, cycle or use public transport
- Improving walking and cycling routes
- Addressing the needs of people in communities with restricted mobility
- Reduccing community problems created by the large numbers of cars and lorries that pass through the area
- Developing community led Transport Plan
To reduce crime and the fear of crime
- Police and partners working together successfully to deal with crime and anti-social behaviour
- Changing the perception of crime in line with actual crime levels
Local developments to meet the needs of local people
- All developments to deliver tangible benefits for local people
- Improving engagement in planning pre-application process
Improving the life for older/younger people and families
- Improving the life for older people
- Improving the life for younger people, and achieving high quality of life indicators for children in the area
Improving the economic health of our retail streets and neighbourhoods
- Increasing local business resilience
- Increasing job readiness of the unemployed
A welcoming, inclusive and diverse Community Partnership for all who live, work and play in the area
- Ensuring that the Community Partnership reflects the community it represents
- Working to ensure accessible services and facilities across the area
- Active residents who can influence local decision–making
- Supporting existing community events and groups to reflect people from all equality groups and emerging communities
- Celebrating community volunteering
High quality community buildings to meet the needs of local communities
- Maintaining and improving community buildings / facilities (standard, numbers and availability)
- Promoting / taking advantage of community asset transfer opportunities, right to bid etc.
Our Partnership’s Neighbourhood Plan (pdf, 254k) (opens new window) (opens new windo
Updates to the Neighbourhood Partnership Plans are available in the papers for NP meetings.