Community Manifesto
The Community Manifesto reflects the feedback received during early public engagement with the local community. 

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The Development Partnership has said:

Bristol faces a major housing crisis, alongside the climate and ecological emergencies, and the vital task of ensuring a fair recovery from Covid-19. We want to make sure regeneration projects like this work for the local community, businesses and the wider city, so that we can create the new homes, jobs and public spaces that Bristol needs in a sustainable and inclusive way.

From the start of this project, we have tried to ensure that local people and businesses have had the chance to influence the process. This is a long-term project, but we know from experience how important it is to involve the community from the outset. It is important to us that the community understands what proposals might mean for the area, and that they are provided with the opportunity to voice their ideas and concerns and influence the proposed changes.

Working with Action Greater Bedminster has been a new approach for us, and we hope that by working in a collaborative, transparent way we can find solutions for the regeneration of this area that meet the needs of local people and the city as whole.

This Community Manifesto will help to inform our work as the project progresses, and we will continue to listen to the community’s ideas and aspirations for the area as we regenerate Whitehouse Street for this and future generations to enjoy.


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