The St George Neighbourhood Partnership aims to improve the quality of life for all residents in our part of east Bristol.

DEBResidents, community groups, local businesses and Councillors work together with Bristol City Council, the Police and others to set priorities, resolve problems and allocate spending.

Our Neighbourhood Partnership Plan sets out our aims and priorities for the next three years.

Get Involved
• Come to a ‘Neighbourhood Forum’ – Find out what is happening and tell us and the Police what needs improving in your area.
• Join one of our Subgroups looking at specific areas such as environment or traffic & transport.
• Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter
Apply to join the Neighbourhood Partnership.
Contact us to find out more.

Apply for Funding
The Partnership can award grants to community groups for projects that will help achieve our aims to improve residents’ quality of life. See www.stgeorgenp.org.uk/grants

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Latest St George News and Events:


Help make a difference to YOUR neighbourhood

Local people can influence decisions on all these areas and more.  One way of doing this is to join a St George Neighbourhood Partnership subgroup.  Why not come along to one or more of the subgroup meetings and seeing what they do.

Here’s a quick summary of what each...Read More »


Traffic calming Plummers Hill

The Council has started a formal consultation regarding speed reduction measures planned for Plummers Hill.  Reducing traffic speed in this area is a priority of St George Neighbourhood Partnership.

The Council proposes to introduce a scheme of road humps, including speed cushions and a junction speed table, at Plummers Hill. The...Read More »


Money for small fixes to walking and cycling routes - have your say

We have received this message from Dr Suzanne Audrey of Bristol University:

Bristol City Council has some money to make small improvements to walking and cycling routes. Fixing small things can make a big difference – bugbears are the small irritating things that hinder your cycling and walking through Bristol. It...Read More »


You Said - We Did - May 2016

Every quarter there is a Neighbourhood Forum meeting open to all residents of St George to bring local issues to council officers and police.  An action tracker is kept of the issues raised at the each meeting and a record kept of what has been done about them.

Philip Bird, champion...Read More »


Election Results - May 2016

Election Results for 5 May 2016


Councillors for St George Central

Nicola Beech and Steve Pearce have been elected as Councillors for St George Central (four year term of office).

Electorate: 9,421, Votes cast: 3,425, Spoilt papers 34
Turnout:...Read More »


St George in Bloom Receives Royal Horticultural Society Support to Garden for Health and Happiness

New community gardening project to launch RHS Britain in Bloom 2016 campaign

The existing area before the project begins.

 

St George in Bloom is one of just 40 community groups across the country that has been chosen by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) to receive £500 worth of support to...Read More »


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