Neighbourhood Partnerships have been set up to provide an
opportunity for local communities to have a greater say in the way
services and local issues are managed by Bristol City Council, and
Information about each Neighbourhood Partnership, their priorities and
details about their meetings, can be found on the
Neighbourhood Partnerships are based on
ward boundaries - each consisting of two or three wards. In
total there are 14 Neighbourhood
Partnerships covering the whole of Bristol.
ward Councillors form the Neighbourhood Committee of each Neighbourhood Partnership. The Neighbourhood Committees make decisions about
spending devolved council money and influencing council contracts
and services, taking into account the views of the Neighbourhood Partnership.
Central, Clifton and Harbourside
Neighbourhood Partnership was
previously known as Cabot, Clifton and Clifton East Neighbourhood Partnership.