Aims of the Group
The group started in 1971, when the whole of Kingsdown was threatened by Bristol City Council’s plans for wholesale demolition.
Its aims were (and still are, today):
- to enhance the area of Kingsdown designated a conservation area in accordance with the proposals put forward in the 1967 Civic Amenities Act and subsequent legislation
- to encourage high standards of architecture and town planning in Kingsdown
- to stimulate public interest in, and to care for, the beauty, history and character of Kingsdown and its surroundings.
See the constitution for more details.
Membership costs £5 a year. Please fill in the Standing Order form (in Word format – click to download) then send or take it to the address on it.