Helping to create a stronger community in Hesters Way

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Railway station parking consultation by May 31

Last summer Gloucestershire County Council (GCC) consulted local residents and businesses about some options to change on-street parking restrictions in the west of Cheltenham including new permit parking arrangements by the station. GCC are now publishing a proposed scheme for a final round of consultation.  The decision whether or not to implement these changes in full or part will be based only on the feedback received. The final proposals are available to download from the here.  You have until Tuesday 31st May to register your views.

Saxon Quarter £1/2m million investment

The new development on the former Christ College site is well under way and will bring 90 new properties including 18 affordable homes; 12 to rent and 6 shared ownership. The site also has a section 106 agreement which will provide funds as follows;  £237k for local schools, £16k for libraries and £30k for play equipment. The new homes bonus will see central government match the council tax receipts for the properties for 6 years which could amount to over half a million pounds. How will they spend it

Hesters Way Partners Directory 2016

Please take a look at the directory for useful contact information about local organisations, locations and projects:

Hesters Way Partnership is supported by the following organisations;

Promoting a better place to live, work and study in Hesters Way, Springbank, Fiddlers Green, St Marks and Rowanfield since 1997.

Contact us if you would like more information about the services we offer to you and the community or to get involved with local projects.

Area Map 

Membership Registration Form

History of Hesters Way (by Chris Green)


Next Sport and Play Project KGV on June 1st / 3rd

See here for more activities and events


Next Children and Young People's meeting

Thursday 22nd September 2-4pm see here

Next Business Breakfast meetings

Wednesday 29th June 8-9am see poster

Next Neighbourhood Development Forum meetings;


Next Neighbourhood Co-ordination meetings;

Thursday 14th July 2016 see here

Next Partnership and Community Safety meetings;

Thursday 18th July 2016 see here


Making our roads safer by driving at 20mph in residential areas.

Already over 10m people live in local authorities which are adopting or have adopted this policy. Most importantly, through democratic debate those communities have decided that "20's Plenty Where People Live". And it is those same communities who have then changed their behaviour to drive slower in residential streets and where people walk and cycle. Its affordable too!!