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Neighbourhood Forum – Tuesday 9 August

The next Neighbourhood Forum covering the whole St George Neighbourhood Partnership area is on Tuesday 9 August.  It is being held at Summerhill Methodist Church from 7.00pm to 9.00pm.

There is a full agenda for the evening, with an opportunity to learn about a variety of issues, including:

Police & Crime Commissioner - Avon & SomersetSue Mountstevens, Police and Crime Commissioner for Avon and Somerset will talking about the ‘Police and Crime Plan‘ and how you can contribute to the consultation.  Sue Mountstevens will also take a question and answer session.

There will be an opportunity to hear about some of the projects and organisations that have received frunding from the St George Neighbourhood Partnership, and other success stories from across the St George area.  Additionally, there will be an update on the various projects that St George Neighbourhood Partnership has been working on.

Avon & Somerset PolicceLocal police officers (and PCSOs) will be at the meeting.  They’ll be reporting back on the priorities they were set at the meeting in May.  The meeting will also agree new local policing priorities.  There will also be an opportunity for one-to-one conversations with the neighbourhood policing team.

Bristol Energy [logo]Bristol Energy is a new energy company (for electricity and gas) formed by Bristol City Council.  Representatives of Bristol Energy will be at the Forum to explain their tariffs and how you can switch supplier.

A new licensing regime was recently introduced to part of the St George Neighbourhood Partnership area for homes let by private landlords.  Representatives of Bristol City Council will be at the Forum to explain implications for landlords and for tenants, as well as to answer questions.

The ‘Market Place’ will be a breakout part of the evening enabling those present to discuss a wide range of issues as well as talk with the speakers at the Forum.

Rob Acton-Campbell, Chair of St George Neighbourhood Partnership, commented “The Forum provides a great opportunity for local people to raise local issues.  Those attending will also be able to hear what has been happening across the St George area.  For this meeting we have the added advantage of Sue Mountstevens attending to discuss the Crime Plan.” 

Sue Mountstevens, Police and Crime Commissioner for Avon and Somerset, commented “Residents of St George will have a clear view on what should be a priority for the police. Listening to local people is the most important part of my role and that’s why I am delighted to speak at the next St George Neighbourhood Forum because only by hearing from local people can I truly be their voice in policing.” 

Further information on the Forum (including the agenda, and a poster to download) is available at www.stgeorgenp.org.uk/forum


Neighbourhood Forum – 11 August

forum-postit-110815The next St George Neighbourhood Forum will be held on 11 August at Summerhill Methodist Church.

Full information at www.stgeorgenp.org.uk/forum

Neighbourhood Forum – 13 May

Image promoting Neighbourhood Forum, 13 May 2014The next St George Neighbourhood Forum will be held on Tuesday 13 May at Summerhill Methodist Church, Summerhill Road, starting at 7.00pm.

The forum gives the opportunity for residents from across the St George Neighbourhood Partnership area to ask questions of their local Councillors, and representatives of various Bristol City Council and representatives of the local Police.

Agenda items for the meeting include:
– crime and local policing update
– update on “you said, we did” issues, and the opportunity to raise new issues
– Youth Service; 1 year on

Download: | Agenda | Poster |

Neighbourhood Forum, 12 November

The next St George Neighbourhood Forum is being held on Tuesday 12th November.

Topics to be discussed include updates from the Police and Bristol City Council, presentation from “Playing Out” and presentation from “Abolish Empty Office Blocks

The Forum is being held at Summerhill Methodist Church, Summerhill Road, Bristol BS5 8LB from 7.00pm to 9.00pm.

For further information contact Denis Wise – tel 0117 903 6443, denis.wise@bristol.gov.uk

Download a poster

Next St George Neighbourhood Forum meeting – Tuesday, 20th August, 2013

Come and find out what has been done about the issues you or your neighbours raised at the last meeting.

Find out more about the roll out of 20 mph zones. Tell us how we can improve YOUR neighbourhood.

Speak to Council officers or the Police about problems in your area or ideas about how it can be improved.

More about this meeting and others on: www.stgeorgenp.org.uk/meetings.

See you there.


You Said – We Did – February 2013

Every quarter there is a Neighbourhood Forum meeting open to all residents of St George to bring local issues to council officers and police.  A list of the issues raised at the previous meeting and what has been done about them is circulated at the meeting.

Here is what was done about the issues raised in November.

You said – We Did – November 2012 – February 2013

There has also been Street Scene Enforcement activity over the same period, that is action to deal with flytipping, flyposting, littering and similar issues.   Details are in

Street Scene Enforcement Activity

Here is the list of issues raised at the forum meeting of Tuesday 12th February.

YOU Said

Come to the next Forum meeting at the Summerhill Methodist Church, 5 Air Balloon Rd (next to the Air Balloon pub), at  7pm on Tuesday 28th May, 2013.

Details of all St George Neighbourhood Partnership meetings are on http://www.stgeorgenp.org.uk/meetings/


St George Neighbourhood Forum – Tuesday 12th February, 7pm-9pm

This meeting is for all residents who want to improve their neighbourhood.  To see what was raised at earlier meetings and done as a result visit http://www.stgeorgenp.org.uk/yousaidwedid/

CLICK on the poster to see a full size version.