As the project moves forward we will be updating this page with information and downloads relating to all key documents.
Foxhill Development & Regeneration Charter
The Foxhill Housing Zone provides an opportunity to create a sustainable and vibrant community in the south of Bath. Supported by the Homes & Communities Agency, Bath & North East Somerset Council (B&NES) and Curo have been working with local people to develop a charter of shared ambitions for the development of the Foxhill Housing Zone.
The Charter was adopted by Bath & North East Somerset Council in September 2016.
Social and Economic Regeneration Plan for Mulberry Park and Foxhill
In April 2016, Curo launched the Social and Economic Regeneration Plan for Mulberry Park and Foxhill, written by the Centre for Local Economic Strategies.
The Plan sets out how Curo and partners can use the opportunity of development at Mulberry Park to make a positive and profound contribution to Foxhill and empower local people to succeed. It provides a route to improve the economic and social conditions for Foxhill residents.
Bath & North East Somerset Councils Core Strategy
The Core Strategy for Bath and North East Somerset Council was formally adopted by the Council on 10th July 2014.
The Core Strategy identifies the former MoD site at Foxhill as a key site to help meet Bath’s housing requirements up to 2026.
Concept Statement for Foxhill MoD
B&NES has produced a Concept Statement which sets out its vision for the future of the Foxhill site, including the number of homes and the types of facilities that they would like to see included. It also sets out restrictions on the area to be built on to make sure Bath’s iconic skyline is protected.
Our intention is to redevelop the site to provide housing, infrastructure and services in a way that integrates it with the existing Foxhill and Combe Down neighbourhoods and takes into account B&NES recommendations and guidelines.
The Hepworth Report
In 2012, a report on Foxhill was commissioned called “The Hepworth Report”.
The 36-page document says investment to build homes and offices on the MoD site could turn the area, dominated by social housing, into a national model for regeneration.