Since the start of the Coronavirus lockdown, The Hub at Mulberry Park has had to close its doors to protect public health. But while classes and meetings have been temporarily suspended, the Hub’s team have quickly adapted to the new ‘normal’ and found other ways to support the communities of Mulberry Park, Foxhill and the wider Combe Down.
News about Foxhill regeneration
Curo has announced that the £5m refurbishment of three four-storey blocks at Bradford Park in Foxhill will be completed by Mi-space, who specialise in providing maintenance and property services to affordable housing providers. Mi-space, part of the Midas Group, has already started work on transforming the flats.
The Hub, Curo’s £10m community building at its Mulberry Park development in Bath, was crowned the winner of the South West Community Benefit category at the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Awards 2019. The award recognises outstanding achievement in providing a facility which directly benefits the local community and can demonstrate its success through local community feedback.
More than 200 people visited an exhibition held by Curo last week to see the detailed proposals for the open space at Mulberry Park, which will be delivered as part of the housing development.
On Tuesday 16 April, Curo will be hosting a public information exhibition to showcase the developed proposals for Bath’s first new park in 100 years. Visitors will be able to see the detailed design for the main area of public open space and the woodland walk which will be delivered by Curo at Mulberry Park, alongside proposed improvements to Popes Walk.
Join the Foxhill conversation about your community, open spaces and Curo homes. Come along and enter the prize draw to win one of four £50 Sainsbury’s vouchers.
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.