Please find attached, hot off the press, the Whitehawk Consultation document and accompanying questionnaire in PDF format.
The document highlights the Council’s main aims for the future but focuses only on the 4 priority projects – extending the sheep grazing, creating a Community Allotment and pollen-rich area (Bee Haven), creating new allotments at Craven Vale and raising the profile of the Neolithic ‘Scheduled Ancient monument’ on top of the hill. The overall site management plan will be updated after this consultation, which will include all other aspects and areas of the hill. A draft copy will be sent to you all for feedback within the next 3 months.
Greater power in the decision making process affecting their part of the city after a twelve month pilot scheme and the Bristol Estate have been chosen for the pilot, which has been made possible thanks to the Localism Act 2011.
A new Multiple Sclerosis Group Is having an informal meeting with tea and coffee
On Wednesday 2nd May 2012
(Please Note : Change of Date ! )
10 am to 12 noon At
Robert Lodge Meeting Room