How we did it: Building support for a neighbourhood plan

Innovative engagement tactics proved key to creating a plan for one of Bristol's most diverse areas. John Geoghegan reports.

by John Geoghegan
Engaging team (from left): Community association chair Paul Bradburn; the Neighbourhood Planning Network’s Claire Wilks; Esha architects’ Willie Harbinson; Bristol City Council’s Mike Wilberforce and Sarah O’Driscoll; resident Peter Badger
Engaging team (from left): Community association chair Paul Bradburn; the Neighbourhood Planning Network’s Claire Wilks; Esha architects’ Willie Harbinson; Bristol City Council’s Mike Wilberforce and Sarah O’Driscoll; resident Peter Badger

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