There are many ways to help shape where you live, all you need to do is get involved.
Get to know your neighbours, introduce yourself and try to build positive relationships – you never know when you might need their help. These templates may help ease introductions between students and their neighbours.
Support other students to get involved in the community, as a paid role. Find out more… UWE Community Reps email: email@example.com University of Bristol Community Ambassadors email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join your local residents group
- Clifton Down Community Association
- Redland and Cotham Amenities Society
- Kingsdown Conservation Group
- Montpelier Conservation Group
- Brandon Hill Community Association
- Richmond Hill Area Residents Association
- Clifton and Hotwells Improvement Society
- Oakfield Residents’ Association
- Hotwells and Cliftonwood Community Association
- Sustainable Bishopston
- Sustainable Redland
- Jacobs Wells Community Hub
- High Kingsdown Residents Association
- Hampton Park Association
- Hampton Park Residents Association
- Clifton Down Residents Association
- Highbury Residents Association
- Roseberry Terrace and John Carrs Terrace
- Upper Hampton Park & Ashgrove Road Residents Association
- Stoke Park Residents Association
- Bower Ashton Residents Association
Can’t find a group for where you live? Email us to find out how to develop your own.
Attend your local Neighbourhood Partnership Forum
Bristol has 14 Neighbourhood Partnerships, which aim to bring public sector decision making to a local level where local residents can have an influence on neighbourhood improvements. The partnerships meet regularly, bringing together local councillors, neighbourhood police teams, community groups and local residents to shape services such as:
- Street cleaning
- Park maintenance
- Local recycling schemes
- Minor traffic schemes
- Highway maintenance
- Community safety
Register to vote
You can register to vote in local, European and National elections at any point during the year. It only takes three minutes to register and will mean you can have your say come election time. Find out more on our section about registering to vote.
Support for Community Activities
Both the University of Bristol and UWE’s Community Liaison Teams offer access to support to help run and facilitate community activities which encourage students and non-students to engagement with each other.