My Redcliffe

Redcliffe Councillors have just been elected and are getting started with City Living, Local Life.

Previously, Redcliffe Ward Councillors commissioned a ward-wide survey (details below) and identified a number of issues such as tackling isolation amongst older people, supporting local youth projects and environmental improvements. Councillors have also funded a leaflet that details provision of uniformed organisations for young people and an installation performance in Brompton Cemetery. Total amount spent in 2013 was £4,304.11


hand holding penRedcliffe Councillors have recently consulted with residents in their ward through a ward-wide survey. The survey was sent to all residents by post and an online version was also published.

The survey will help to inform the City Living, Local Life priorities for the ward, to determine the type of projects that Councillors will be looking to fund in the coming year.

The results of the survey will be published shortly.


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