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Priority neighbourhoods project

What are priority neighbourhoods?

The priority neighbourhoods project started in 2021, with the aim of working with communities to help improve the neighbourhoods. These areas are chosen based on a number of factors, including higher reports of antisocial behaviour and fly tipping.

The priority neighbourhoods project teams incorporate colleagues from neighbourhoods, involvement & communities, caretaking and supported housing.

Taking this project forward in 2023, the teams will be developing a program of activities working with local partners for Westbury and Warminster.

Priority neighbourhoods 2021-2022

Have a look what the project teams achieved in Studley Green (Trowbridge) and Queensway (Melksham).

What's next?

The two project teams are working to finalise what work they will be doing in Westbury and Warminster this year. Once this is done, we will share any upcoming events and outcomes on our priority neighbourhoods 2023-2024 page. Watch this space!

Neighbourhood team

Want to find out more about the neighbourhood team or who your neighbourhood manager is?

Report antisocial behaviour

Read more about how to report antisocial behaviour.

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