Easton and Lawrence Hill Neighbourhood Forum Stapleton Road, Upper Easton, Russell Town, Newtown, Barton Hill, St Philips, Old Market, Lower Easton, Whitehall, Netham, Greenbank, Redfield, Redcliffe, Dings, St Judes, Goodpenny This Forum is organised by Easton and Lawrence Hill Neighbourhood Management
Thursday 12 July, 6.30pm to 8.30pm Easton Community Centre, Kilburn Street, BS5 6AW Bus: Nearest bus stops are on Russell Town Avenue (routes 6 and 7) opposite City Academy School or Church Road (routes 41, 43, 44 and 45) opposite Lawrence Hill train station. Car: There is very limited parking outside the community centre and on the side streets. Cycle: The community centre is just of the Bristol to Bath Cycle Path and has bike racks outside.
AGENDA 6.30 Welcome and introduction (please help us by completing Equal Opps Monitoring Forums) Agree notes of the meeting from 23 May.
6.35 ‘You said, we did’ – update on actions since the last meeting
6.45 Neighbourhood Partnership update Penny Germon, Area Coordinator for Ashley, Easton and Lawrence Hill Neighbourhood Partnership.
7.00 Problem parking – is a Residents’ Parking Scheme the solution? The Council is asking whether you want a Residents’ Parking Scheme in Newtown, Old Market, St Judes, The Dings and Lower Stapleton Road. Find out more and ask questions.
7.10 Discretionary licensing consultation – Stapleton Road and surrounding area This is about how private landlords and the Council work together to improve the area.
7.20 Quiz – how well do you know what your neighbours think? 7.35 Open mic/community announcements Your opportunity to raise important issues for the area and share news including: Roger Griffiths and Jonathan Platt – Trinity Centre consultation. Debra Newrick – CAAAD (introducing new services to help people with drug and alcohol addictions). Greenbank Hotel – planning application. This is the time to raise any new issues about where you live.
7.50 Marketplace Report issues to the police, Council, and May Gurney, comment on the various consultations. Talk to Trinity Centre, CAAAD and the architect involved with Greenbank Hotel.
8.30 Close of meeting Could you help us by chairing the Forum? We would love more residents to chair these meetings. Contact us if you’re interested.
Next Forum: Monday 10 September, Barton Hill Settlement, 43 Ducie Road, BS5 0AX
What’s important to you? We welcome your suggestions for the next agenda.