Public Open Space consultation
We've worked with local people and stakeholders to develop detailed plans for the open space at Mulberry Park. This will include a new park and a woodland walk which will provide a valuable connection to the National Trust’s Skyline walking route.
Details of the public consultation process can be found below.
Curo submitted a planning application to Bath & North East Somerset Council in May 2019 and consent was granted in October 2019.
More than 200 visitors attended our information exhibition at The Hub on Tuesday 16 April 2019, to see the developed proposals for the public open space at Mulberry Park. If you've missed the event you can see the exhibition boards here.
Local residents in Foxhill, Mulberry Park and the wider Combe Down area had the chance to see and comment on the plans for the public open space at Mulberry Park at one of our two public exhibitions: Thursday 27 September at St Andrew's Church, Foxhill, and Wednesday 17 October at The Hub @ Mulberry Park. If you were unable to attend the exhibitions, you can view the plans here.
On 26th June 2018, we hosted two design workshops attended by a wide range of stakeholders, including: local residents, B&NES Parks & Environmental Teams, Bath Preservation Trust, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, Cycle Bath, National Trust volunteers, Bath Area Play Project, Youth Connect and more. The workshops generated useful feedback about potential uses for the open space, key features and design considerations, which informed our proposals for the new park.