The Big Pickersleigh Project
“Our Goal is to increase the ambition and aspiration
of people in Pickersleigh. To build confidence and help establish
the area as a balanced sustainable community, and make a real
difference to the quality of life for residents”.
The Big Pickersleigh Project is overseen by a number of agencies
and volunteers working in the Ward, below is a link to see the
Projects "Terms of reference".
To find out more watch the
Big Pickersleigh Project video on YouTube.
The project is split into four themes for investment, these
Empower local People - Theme Lead Sue Heelas,
Head of Communities & Housing, Festival Housing
Enable local people to get involved and have a say on issues
affecting their local area so that people feel a real part of their
Transforming Neighbourhoods - Theme Lead John
Williams, Head of Policy & Performance, MHDC
Reconnecting people with the housing and job markets wherever
Improving Liveability - Theme
Lead Stephanie Brighton, Divisional Inspector, West Mercia
Tackle crime, fear of crime and anti-social behaviour, improve
the quality of the physical environment and provide adequate access
to leisure facilities for Pickersleigh residents.
Improving access to Local Public Services
- Theme Lead Francis Howie, Head of Health & Wellbeing Public
Health Consultant, Worcestershire County Council.
To bring services closer to people and make them more
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