Who’s Working With Us?
Pride in Camp Hill is lucky enough to be working with some great partners who help us achieve our objectives. Scroll down below to see who our partners are and if you would like to know anything more about them just click on their underlined name.
Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council is the local authority for Nuneaton and Bedworth. It’s objective is to improve the quality of life and social justice till it is much closer to that enjoyed by the rest of Warwickshire. The Council is a key partner in the Pride in Camp Hill Regeneration Project and is a partner member on the Pride in Camp Hill Management Board.
Warwickshire county Council is a local authority that covers the county of Warwickshire. It’s objective is to develop and sustain a society that looks after it’s most vulnerable members, deliver appropriate quality services at the right time and seek opportunities for economic growth and innovation. Warwickshire County Council is a partner member of the Pride in Camp Hill Management Board.
The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) helps to create successful communities by making more homes and business premises available to the residents and businesses that need them. They also regulate social housing providers in England. The Homes and Communities Agency is a partner member of the Pride in Camp Hill Management Board.
The Prince’s Foundation for Building Community’s goal is a future where everyone can take part in making our communities more sustainable. They are working with everyone from local residents’ groups to governments to make it happen.
Warwickshire Public Health
Warwickshire Public health takes a countrywide approach to improving local health, social care, public health and community services so that individuals, service users and the public experience more ‘joined up’ care. they are also responsible for leading locally on tackling health inequalities. Warwickshire Public Health have one representative on the Pride in Camp Hill Management Board.
Warwickshire Police is the police force responsible for policing Warwickshire which is divided into two local policing areas, North Warwickshire and South Warwickshire. the force concentrates on three priority areas of serving and protecting the public whilst making a difference.
Camp Hill Resident’s Forum are a group of local residents that want to help make Camp Hill a better place to live, grow up in and enjoy. The Forum have 5 representatives on the Pride in Camp Hill Management Board
Lovell Homes are the construction company who built the Renaissance and retail developments around the Village Centre, including Camp Hill Employment, Education, Sports and Social Centre (CHESS) on Cedar Road. They are also in the process of constructing the Eaton View development which starts on Copper Beech Road just past the shops. Lovell have extensive experience of and expertise in creating missed tenure developments that help bring communities together.
Barratt Homes are the construction company who built the Bluebell development and are in the process of constructing the Saxon Rise development. Their aim is to produce communities to a high standard of design and construction.
Redrow Homes are the construction company that built Phase 4 of the Pride in Camp Hill Regeneration Project, Eliot’s View which is off Tuttle Hill. They have considerable experience in complex brownfield regeneration schemes.