KNH (Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing) worked in partnership with Kirklees Council to talk to people in and around Bishop’s Court and Holme Park Court in Berry Brow, using a tool called the “Place Standard”. This is a way of helping to get conversations going about any place (it could be your street, neighbourhood or town), by using some simple questions.
Staff from KNH and Kirklees Council talked to residents in their homes and people in the
wider area around Bishop’s Court and Holme Park Court. We also held 3 drop-in events.
citizens took part in the conversations and completed Place Standard assessments
What did people say about their place?
Have a look at our results summary to see what people said about Bishop’s Court and Home Park Court in Berry Brow:
If you’d like, you can also look at the results in more detail by downloading our data:
What happens next?
Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing will be discussing the results with people who live in Berry Brow from 1.30pm to 3pm on Tuesday 10th September 2019, as part of The Courts Tenants and Residents Assoication meeting at Bishop’s Court in Berry Brow. You are welcome to take part.
“Listening to Berry Brow” has helped Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing to understand what people feel are the priorities for their homes. This will help with planning investments for the future.