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Bath council made ‘significant efforts’ to support talks between Curo and Foxhill residentsFoxhill residents were told the news today15:13, 28 FEB 2018Updated15:17, 28 FEB 2018Aerial shot of Foxhill MoD site, with the existing Curo estate in the top right corner Bath council said it made “significant efforts” to facilitate better conversations between Curo and Foxhill residents as the housing association announces it has scrapped controversial plans to demolish hundreds of homes.Today (February 28) Curo announced it has pulled the plug on its plans to demolish up to 542 houses on the Foxhill estate in Combe Down, which would have made way for 700 new ones.The news has been welcomed by some local residents and Combe Down ward councillors Bob Goodman (Con) and Cherry Beath (Lib Dem).Read MoreDemolition plan for Foxhill estate droppedThe spokesman said: “Bath and North East Somerset Council is aware that Curo have taken the decision to stop their comprehensive redevelopment of the Foxhill housing estate and to explore with their tenants options for refurbishing the existing social housing on the site.”We understand that Curo has committed to focusing significant investment in the refurbishment of existing Curo owned homes over the next few years to help deliver improvements to their tenants in Foxhill more quickly.Curo plans to demolish up to 542 homes on the Foxhill estate”However, the council has always made it clear that it supports improvements to the quality of housing for local people, delivered in a way that has the broadest possible support amongst the Foxhill community, and the council has made significant efforts to facilitate better communication between Curo and local residents.”This has included working with residents and Curo to develop the Foxhill Charter and taking the lead in the successful application to Government for Housing Zone status.Mum of two in shock as plan to close Odd Down nursery announced”The council, therefore, remains committed to the principles of improved housing and investment in the area, providing increased opportunities for residents in Foxhill.”We hope that Curo will take the opportunity to take stock of the situation and that they will continue to engage with their residents to give them more certainty over the future of the estate.”The council will look at the implications of Curo’s decision in more detail over the coming weeks.”The Bath Chronicle runs a WhatsApp group to help you keep up to date with the latest news. If you’d like to receive news alerts, save the number 07939 497390 to your phone we recommend saving the contact as ‘Bath Chronicle News’ then send the word NEWS to us via WhatsApp. We will send you a maximum of four messages a day and your phone number won’t be shared with other members of the group or used for any other purpose..