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There are a number of ways local people, community groups, voluntary organisations and local businesses can have their say on the development of the Foxhill area over the coming years.

Residents Regeneration Panel

The residents regeneration panel is open to all Foxhill residents, including Curo customers and their neighbours living on the Foxhill estate. There are up to 12 places available.

What does the panel do?

The residents regeneration panel works with Curo and our architects to:

  • Put forward comments and suggestions on the proposals
  • Discuss future decisions about new homes, community facilities, roads, environmental issues and open spaces

The panel meets up to six times a year to discuss proposals for the development of the Foxhill area.

The panel is also invited to get involved in a design workshops and consultations.

Three members of the panel are nominated to represent the views of residents on the Foxhill Forum - a group that brings together local people, community groups, voluntary organisations, local businesses, ward councillors and independent members.

Who can join?

The panel is open to all Foxhill residents, including Curo customers and their neighbours living on the Foxhill estate. You don’t need any formal qualifications, just an interest in the Foxhill community and a commitment to attend up to six panel meetings a year.

We can provide additional training and support for you, plus any out of pocket expenses for childcare or carer’s costs.

Find out more

For notes of previous meetings, please contact the Foxhill project team using the details below.

The Foxhill Forum

The Foxhill Forum enables resident and community groups, stakeholders and service providers from across Combe Down to get involved in the development of Mulberry Park and the regeneration of the Foxhill Estate. The Forum meets up to six times a year (including an annual open meeting). The Forum will ensure that the development and regeneration create a lasting legacy of positive economic and social outcomes that benefit the local community. The Forum takes account of the shared ambitions of the Foxhill Regeneration and Development Charter which was adopted by B&NES Council in September 2016.

Find out more

Get involved

If you are interested in getting involved in the residents regeneration panel or would like to request notes from previous meetings, please do get in touch:

0300 123 2460

foxhill@curo-group.co.uk

Stakeholder forum

The stakeholder forum met from January 2014 to October 2016. The work of the Stakeholder Forum has now been taken on by the Foxhill Forum. The Stakeholder Forum included up to 12 representatives from local community and voluntary organisations as well as local businesses.

Find out more

For notes of previous meetings, please contact the Foxhill project team using the details below.

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