Mulberry Park Arts & Culture

Bath Bridge was asked by Curo, the largest social landlord in B&NES, and one of the largest rural landlords in the country, to consult and bring together recommendations about arts, culture and leisure provision on the former MoD site at Foxhill, to be called Mulberry Park. Overall, it will be the biggest regeneration scheme in the country led by a housing association with 700 new homes and 500 redeveloped homes and new spaces for local people on 19 hectares. Bath Bridge Director, Belinda Kidd, is chairing and leading discussions, workshops and meetings with local residents, artists and potential funders and will produce a report with a way forward for getting wide, diverse and high impact involvement in arts and cultural activity, to create a draw to the area with innovative ideas, creating a destination south of the city centre of Bath.

The Bath Bridge Director leading on this project is Belinda Kidd.