The Community Coalition meeting abandoned in the face of football has been rescheduled for Wednesday July 18th.
Change of Venue: The meeting will take place in the Phoenix Community Centre – 2nd floor and NOT the Phoenix Gallery.
Hanover & Elm Grove Community Coalition
July 18th 2018
Phoenix Community Centre 2nd Floor
- Welcome, introductions & selection of chair/minute taker for the meeting
- Terms of reference/constitution
- Community Infrastructure Levy
- Restorative Practice update
- Theme updates
- Engagement with service providers
- Next steps
- Date of next meeting
Due to popular demand (to be somewhere else) this evenings Hanover & Elm Grove Community Coalition meeting has been cancelled.
A new date will be set and circulated asap
Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust (SCFT) is looking to develop the Brighton General Hospital site on Elm Grove into a purpose built Community Health Hub for patients from across Brighton and Hove, and Sussex.
Because of the importance of this proposal for us, in terms of local health provision as well as other impacts upon our community and our local infrastructure, representatives from the Trust will be attending our next meeting on May 30th to tell people more about the proposals and to hear local views.
The full agenda for the event is as follows:
- Welcome & introductions
- Actions & updates from last meeting
- Brighton General Health Hub consultation
- Update on Council Funding for Restorative Practice work plan
- LAT Action Plan – Priorities Crime and Community Safety
- Date of next meeting and discussion items
We hope you will be able to attend. 7pm at the Hanover Public House community room on Queens Park Road.
For more information about the Brighton General proposals and consultation, see here: www.sussexcommunity.nhs.uk/about-us/brighton-general-community-health-hub.htm
The minutes from our last LAT meeting can be found HERE
Join us for an opportunity to get creative, take part in a cracking raffle and a chance to natter with your neighbours! The Phoenix Community Open Day on 19th May 15:30 – 17:30 taking place at the Phoenix Community Centre and through to the Phoenix Gallery.
Enjoy the fun activities on offer aimed at young families, teenagers and everyone else. There is also space for you to chat with your local councillors, public service providers and community activists. We welcome your ideas about how we improve the Phoenix Estate and create more opportunities for all in the neighbourhood.
This Open Day will coincide with the Phoenix Gallery’s Open Studios weekend and will include an art and craft trail that takes you from the studios to the estate. This will be the first event that bring the Gallery closer to the estate and with a number of creative engagement events planned.
All are welcome to both events to take part in fun activities, meet with artists and your fellow residents and voice your opinions on the future of the estate.
The Hanover & Elm Grove Community Coalition includes representatives from community and residents groups across the ward and interested individual residents and has formed to work of developing a neighbourhood Action Plan for our area. For more info on the developing plan, who is involved and how you can join in see our NAP pages HERE
The community coalition is holds regular meetings which are open to anyone who lives in the ward, wiht the next one on May 1st at the Phoenix Gallery – for more on these, look HERE
The next public event, looking to engage people in the developing NAP will be on Sunday April 29th, where we will be joining in at Spring in the Patch, with information about the plan and your chance to comment, and will also be teaming up with Hanover Action who will be running activities around local recycling and their ‘Bloomin Hanover’ plan to fill our streets with floral abundance.
We hope you will drop by on the day and share your thoughts about our neighbourhood
The next LAT meeting will be on Tuesday April 17th – 7pm at the Hanover, and this will also be our AGM where we will look back over the past year and ahead into the future….
At the last meeting (for mins see HERE) we talked a lot of rubbish, partly discussing the Refuse & Recycling theme of the developing Neighbourhood Action Plan, and partly looking at a report which was presented by a resident suggesting that communal bins close to buildings may present a fire risk. Both of these topics will be picked up again this time, with input from BHCC Cityclean and Corporate health & Safety team who will be in attendance to speak to these issues.
Also on the agenda is the Collaboration Fund update. Those at the last meeting will remember that Tim Read from the council Restorative Practice Team attended to speak about his work, and opportunities to use this approach to tackle local issues – particularly graffiti. Since this meeting we have had the opportunity to bid to the council collaboration fund, as part of the Neighbourhood Plan Community Coalition, and are hoping for good news on this bid to be shared at the meeting.
Regarding the Community Coalition, we held a great event at the Hanover Centre on March 19th, getting local views on the developing plan. If you haven’t checked it yet, look HERE for the latest version and how to give your views and get involved. Our next public event will be at Spring in the Patch on April 29th.
Here is the April 17th agenda so far – please let us know if there are any things you would like to add.
- Welcome and Introductions
- Apologies for Absence
- AGM – Election of Chair and Secretary
- Minutes of Previous Meeting – Matters Arising – Fire Risk Commmunal Bins
- NAP Update
- Collaboration Fund Update
Look forward to seeing you