Stockwood, Hengrove and Whitchurch Neighbourhood Partnership
Get involved with decision making at a local level in Stockwood, Hengrove and Whitchurch.
The Stockwood, Hengrove and Whitchurch Neighbourhood Partnership brings together:
- local councillors
- local residents
- community groups
- representatives from public services including Bristol City Council and the local police.
The role of the Neighbourhood Partnership is to get things done in response to issues raised by local residents.
The Stockwood and Hengrove ward councillors form the Neighbourhood Committee, which makes decisions about how to spend devolved council budgets at Neighbourhood Partnership meetings.
Map of the area covered by the Stockwood, Hengrove and Whitchurch Neighbourhood Partnership.
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.
- Neighbourhood Partnership Community Plan, full version (pdf, 481k) (opens new window)
- Neighbourhood Partnership Community Plan, short version (pdf, 481k) (opens new window)
In-year updates to the Neighbourhood Partnership Plans are available in the papers for NP 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 would 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.