'Communities can be localities, such as neighbourhoods, shared cultural identities, or a group of people who share a common community experience or interest'.
A Community Plan is a way for rural communities to run their own affairs and influence their future development. There are sixteen plans that have been adopted by Parish and Town Councils in the Bath and North East Somerset area, these include:-
- Camerton - For more information contact the Parish Council
- Chew Magna
- Compton Dando
- Compton Martin
- Farmborough **NEW 2016**
- Midsomer Norton, Radstock, and the surrounding villages Community Plan
- Peasedown St John
Why have a Community Plan?
A Community Plan is an opportunity for your community to have a say in how your local area and services are managed. It can made a real difference, both to what you do within your community and to how you work with others to improve local quality of life.
Bath & North East Somerset Council supports Community Planning and has produced a toolkit to assist communities in developing their plans. The toolkit is available to download from the related information on the right hand side of this page.
For further information contact your local, the Communities Team:-
Bath and Environs - Dave Dixon - email@example.com or Tel: (01225) 396532.
Chew Valley, Somer Valley and Keynsham - Sara Dixon - firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: (01225) 396594.