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Minister sees skills boost at Mulberry Park

Housing Minister Gavin Barwell saw how local people are benefitting from skills and employment opportunities at Mulberry Park today. Housing association Curo is working with local partners to deliver training and jobs alongside new much-needed homes at its landmark development in Bath. The Housing Minister visited the Mulberry Park site with local MP Be…

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Huts & Harbours - Foxhill's WWII heritage

On 9 and 10 September 2016, Curo supported the ‘Huts & Harbours’ exhibition in Foxhill, Bath. The exhibition, curated by Bath Spa University’s Karen Power, explored the WWII heritage of Foxhill where we are developing the former MoD site into the 700-home Mulberry Park. The exhibition was part of the national Heritage Open Days scheme and was visited by over 350 local p…

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Put your best foot forward to get Foxhill moving

On Friday 2 September people in Bath will be asked to put their best foot forward to power an outdoor screening of the new Disney spectacular, The Jungle Book. The pedal-powered screening in Foxhill’s Springfield Park has been organised by Bath Film Festival in association with Curo and Bath & North East Somerset Council. Audience members of all ages can pedal spe…

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Huts and Harbours - Foxhill's WWII heritage revealed

This year, for the first time, an exhibition celebrating Foxhill’s WWII heritage will feature as part of the national Heritage Open Days scheme. Huts & Harbours: Foxhill’s WWII Heritage will take place: At St. Andrew’s Community Church, Hawthorn Grove, Bath, BA2 5QA On 2pm – 6pm, Friday 9 September 10am – 4pm, Saturday 10 September Sponsored by Bath Spa University and Curo, an…

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Working together to build futures at Mulberry Park

Local people are getting hands on experience of house building through the development of new homes at Mulberry Park. We're working in partnership with Bath College and contractors including Britannia Construction to provide work placements and educational placements to local people. The innovative scheme gives participants the opportunity to get wor…

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Where the streets have no name... yet

Curo is inviting local residents to suggest names for the first new streets at Mulberry Park. Local residents are invited to send their ideas, along with a brief explanation of the story behind their suggestions, their name and contact details by 10 June 2016. Please send your ideas to: Email: mulberrypark@curo-group.co.uk Twitter: @mulberrypkbath Post: Mulberry Pa…

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Muddy hands and smiling faces as local school children plant first mulberry trees

Children from Combe Down and St Martin’s Garden Primary Schools helped Curo plant the first new trees to create a woodland walk at Mulberry Park on Wednesday 18 March. Curo is creating a woodland walk along the northern edge of Mulberry Park, planted with a mixture of native and pine trees, including fruiting trees like the mulberry. The woodland walk will link Fo…

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Unanimous support for Curo’s Mulberry Park plans

Curo’s plans to develop 700 new homes, open spaces and community facilities in Bath were approved unanimously by local councillors on Wednesday 11 February. The outline planning application for Mulberry Park, the development of the 48-acre former Foxhill MoD site was submitted by housing and support organisation Curo following two years of consultation wi…

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Welcome to Mulberry Park

Mulberry Park is today revealed as the new name for Curo’s proposed development of 700 new homes, community facilities and open spaces on the former MoD site at Foxhill. The name was suggested by Bath resident, Ken Cookes, following a campaign by Curo to find a new identity for the development. They received over 100 ideas by email, Twitter and in person from local pe…

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Foxhill: What’s in a name? Curo asks local people for suggestions

Since the MoD left the site at Foxhill, we’ve been referring to the development area as ‘the former MoD site’. While we are keen to acknowledge that period in the area’s history, it’s time to look forward and find a new name for the site and the homes that we will develop there. If you have an idea for a name for the new development, we’d love to hear from you. Your suggestion may r…

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Foxhill masterplan public exhibition

Thanks to everyone who came to our first public exhibition of the masterplan for Foxhill – our vision to create new homes, facilities and open spaces for the whole community. If you missed the exhibition, you can still see all the display material on the Foxhill Regeneration website. Find out more at www.foxhillregeneration.co.uk.

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Foxhill - masterplanning underway

The development of a vision for the regeneration of Foxhill is now in full swing. In January, award-winning architects HTA Design were appointed to work with Curo and local residents to develop a masterplan for Foxhill. HTA Design were selected following a rigorous process involving members of the Foxhill community and Curo’s Foxhill Project Team. First publi…

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