Henbury, Brentry and Southmead

Get involved with decision making at a local level in Henbury, Brentry and Southmead wards.

What’s happening to Neighbourhood Partnerships?

The council is ending its support for Neighbourhood Partnerships and is currently consulting on alternative ways of providing local grants and local decision making about the Community Infrastructure Levy which don’t require officer support.

Now is a great time to get involved to help shape community-led neighbourhood organisations and local decision making or to get involved with something that interests you and others locally.

Read the latest information about the changes

Help shape what happens next for this area

Each ward has decided to develop their own arrangements for future involvement and local decision making. To find out more about what is happening for Southmead, or for Henbury and Brentry,  contact the Neighbourhood Management Service.

Current information

There are a few final pieces of NP-related work currently in progress that you might like get involved with:

Henbury and Brentry

  • Parks and open spaces improvements: a group of residents are working with the Council on how £70,000+ of local development money could be spent on improvements to parks and play areas in the ward. Do you think you could help? Do you want to see what is planned?

Southmead

  • Community notice boards: a group of local residents are pursuing the installation of five or six community notice boards in the Southmead area. Do you think you could help? Do you want to see where they might go?
  • Southmead parks and open spaces access: to improve access to Southmead parks and open spaces for people using wheelchairs, mobility scooters, pushchairs and double buggies

To find out more, or get involved, contact the Neighbourhood Management Service

Previous meetings

No further meetings are scheduled. Previous meetings documents can be found here.

Your Neighbourhood consultation

The consultation has now closed.

To see the results and for more information visit the Your Neighbourhood consultation page.