Developing proposals for a new Jubilee Park

We would like residents and visitors to share their views on a proposed new park project for Cadbury Heath. The project is to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee and in memory of HRH Duke of Edinburgh and his interest in wildlife and nature.

This investment could lead to further regeneration for Cadbury Heath, providing a springboard to further improvements in the community.

The proposed scheme will enhance an existing open space in Cadbury Heath to create an environment where residents and visitors can relax enjoy the new amenity. The improvements will aim to enhance biodiversity, encourage nature recovery and provide resilience for climate change in the future.

You can see plans for the three potential sites identified for the Jubilee Park, including some of the advantages and concerns for each location, here.

Our aims for a Jubilee Park

  • Good amenity facilities (such as paths, seating, waste bins, signage & interpretation)
  • Responding to the needs and priorities of the local community
  • Protecting local plants and trees and existing biodiversity
  • Focus on biodiversity and nature recovery – a space for nature
  • A space accessible for everyone, well connected and considering pedestrians first
  • Responding to the impacts of climate change
  • Ensuring that space is safe to use, stimulating and relaxing
  • Improvements that will help drive other enhancements for the local area

Proposed Timeline

  • Park Landscape design & further public engagement: August – November 2022
  • Engagement report completed – July 2022
  • Initial public engagement – June to July 2022
  • Location of Jubilee Park confirmed – August 2022
  • Phased delivery of works - From winter 2022/23 onwards

For this public engagement we would like to know what you think about the location options for the Jubilee Park.

Tell us the sorts of things you would like to see to create a park for visitors to enjoy which also enhances wildlife and nature recovery.

How to tell us what you think

  • Paper copies of the questionnaire can be downloaded by clicking here or requested over the telephone.
  • Respond to our questionnaire - you can access the online survey here.
  • Email us at: consultation@southglos.gov.uk  
  • Telephone: 01454 868009

Write to:

  • FREEPOST SGC
    South Gloucestershire Council
    Corporate Consultation Team
    Council Offices
    Badminton Road
    Yate
    BRISTOL
    BS37 5AF

This consultation has now closed and we are analysing the results, which will be published here in due course.

Timeline

  • Opened
    30 May 2022 at 00:00
  • Closed
    12 Jul 2022 at 23:59

Consultation Documents

Supporting Documents

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Target Audience
  • All residents