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Southmead masterplan displays: A success!

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Over the weekend Southmead Development Trust (SDT) hosted two events showcasing the new masterplan for the area. With over 100 people in attendance, the response was overwhelmingly positive with 80% of people agreeing / strongly agreeing that the proposals were a positive improvement for the neighbourhood. It was great to hear how excited people were […]

We’re Recruiting! Volunteer Coordinator

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Are you passionate about volunteering and the impact that it can have in a community? Would you like to work in a team focused on facilitating greater neighbourliness in Southmead? If that’s you, this full-time role is to be part of an innovative project that will use a person-centred, holistic approach to supporting isolated people […]

The Big Reveal: Southmead Regeneration

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This week we will be showcasing the first draft of the masterplan at two consultation drop-ins.  Years of planning and surveying, months of resident engagement and feedback as well as designing and redrafting, have finally come to a head. The masterplan is the product of design work completed by residents during our modelling workshops, which was informed […]

Southmead Regeneration pre-reveal meeting

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The Southmead Regeneration group (formerly AGRP) met last Friday to look at what ideas have been brought forward by the architects. The issues and concerns that are being tackled with the designs are the results of all of the consultation done previously. Taking influence from designs done by the residents during the modelling workshops, three […]

Regeneration Team meet Inclusion Southmead

Inclusion Southmead

This week the regeneration team met with Inclusion Southmead, a group of local residents who raise awareness about being disabled and campaign to improve disabled access to local shops, parks and amenities. We want to make sure residents from all walks of life have a say in the outcome of the regeneration  and views of […]

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