Stoke Bishop, Westbury-on-Trym and Henleaze Neighbourhood Partnership

Get involved with decision making at a local level in Henleaze, Stoke Bishop and Westbury-on-Trym.

Neighbourhood Partnership Community Website

For details of all the work we do visit the Stoke Bishop, Westbury-on-Trym and Henleaze Neighbourhood Partnrship website.


Map of the area covered by the Henleaze, Stoke Bishop and Westbury-on-Trym Neighbourhood Partnership.


Current priorities identified by the Neighbourhood Partnership are:

  • marketing, communications, community engagement and capacity building
  • provision for the elderly
  • provision for young people
  • green spaces maintenance and the environment
  • traffic and transport

Partnership meetings 

You can see when our next meetings are and look at agendas and minutes from meetings.

Neighbourhood Forum meetings

A Neighbourhood Forum is a public meeting that covers the ward you live in.

It’s the place to go if you'd like to raise any concerns or find out what's happening in your community.

You can meet local officers or your ward Councillors and have a chance to influence public consultations and decisions made by the Neighbourhood Partnership.

Neighbourhood Forums take place in most Neighbourhood Partnership areas. There's usually one Neighbourhood Forum per ward in the Neighbourhood Partnership area.

For forum meetings please visit the Neighbourhood Forums page.

Highway budget for Neighbourhood Partnerships

Council funding is given to Neighbourhood Partnerships for local traffic schemes.

The Traffic Choices website is a resource developed to help partnerships spend their money, track current activity, and explain the process. 

Neighbourhood Partnership Plan 

To see what the priorities of the NP are, see Stoke Bishop, Westbury-on-Trym and Henleaze Neighbourhood Partnership. 

In-year updates to the Neighbourhood Partnership Plans are available in the papers for NP meetings.


Full list of members of Henleaze, Stoke Bishop and Westbury on Trym Neighbourhood Partnership.

Resident representatives

The Neighbourhood Partnership can have up to four resident representatives for each of its three wards. Resident representatives play a central part in the work of the Neighbourhood Partnership, its priorities and its decision making.

Elections have finished for 2016, but interested residents may still be co-opted onto the Neighbourhood Partnership.

If you're interested in being co-opted as a resident representative, contact:

Andrew McGrath, Area Coordinator
Post: Neighbourhood Management Service (St AH), PO Box 3176, Bristol BS3 9FS