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Brixham Future

BrixhamFuture Consultation

Brixham Future's Business Plan is `open` for public comment and will close on the 27th of September.  Please click on the following link to view the business plan.

Brixham Future Business Plan

Brixham Future is currently a working group of Brixham Town Council but will eventually become a Community Interest Company (CIC).

As was the case when the original group was formed making the arrangements for the new company is taking a little time to resolve but the company will broadly be based on the agreement reached with Brixham Town Council in June 2015 which recognises that BTC is the lead organisation in regeneration in the community and that all projects are to be agreed between the parties and other agencies and partners where necessary.

Even in the short period since this agreement was reached Brixham Future has already delivered a fully costed scheme for the provision of Solar Powered Belly Bins in Brixham, which BTC resolved to support at full council on 22nd October 2015.

A trial period commences on Monday 27th June which Brixham Town Council and Brixham Future will be monitoring closely with a view to entering into negotiations for the retention and expansion of the scheme, which it is anticipated will have significant environmental impact on our community.

The delivery of the project augurs well as the group works on its plans to become a CIC.

In March 2016 the group led the SPRING CLEAN FOR THE QUEEN day. The event was a successful collaboration with Brixham Chamber of Commerce, Brixham Community Partnership, Brixham Town Council and Pride in Brixham and many individuals and businesses also lent their assistance on the day.

The present membership are all volunteer townspeople with a wide variety of backgrounds, including tourism, fundraising, retail, engineering, project management and community business managements and consists of John Brennan, Sara Caselton-Bone, Keith Dodd, Janet Howard, Nigel Makin and Robert Fitzmaurice.

Additional interest has been received from other parties who want to lend their assistance to the regeneration work in our community.

The group will continue with its task of prioritising, evaluating and recommending regenerational and development ideas to the Town Council and other partners as well as being free to develop and deliver projects of their own under the joint BF/BTC agreement.

Three Town Councillors and invited guests attend each of the sessions which at this stage are all workshops, but a new format is being discussed for public meetings and news will follow on this subject at a later date.

If you are interested in joining Brixham Future ideally you will bring to the table some or all of the qualities listed below:-
 a love of Brixham and a passion to play a part in its future development
 a skill set that will include at least one of the following elements - planning, project management, business management and/or management accounting, media, youth or community work, marketing and fund raising.
 attendance at 8-10 workshops per year plus any additional public events.

If you can offer any or all of the above to the future progress of the group please contact or you can contact the Town Clerk who will pass on your details to the group.

Brixham Future has built strong links with existing organisations such as the Neighbourhood Forum, Brixham Chamber of Commerce, Brixham Community Partnership, Torbay Council and the Torbay Development Agency already and invite you to join them in this exciting enterprise.

To view the agenda and minutes, please visit the Meetings, Minutes and Agenda page of the Town Council website.

Documents associated to CIC status

100 Supporters required for Brixham Future

Brixham Future CIC Summary Plan

Conflicts and Register of Interest Policy

Directors of Brixham Future September 2016

 Membership Policy and Application Form Brixham Future 

 Our Challenge


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