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In 2013 we purchased the former MoD site at Foxhill, Bath. Our aim is to regenerate the 19 hectare site, creating new homes and spaces for local people.

Curo is a modern, customer driven ethical business, making a positive contribution to people and places.

We own around 12,000 properties providing homes for more than 25,000 people in the South West of England. We are the largest social landlord in Bath and North East Somerset and one of the largest rural landlords in the country. We own and manage one of the most extensive portfolios of Georgian housing stock in the country.

You can find out more about Curo by clicking here.

Second Public Exhibition of Masterplan

Members of the community were invited to the second exhibition of the masterplan for Mulberry Park and Foxhill – our vision to create new homes, facilities and open spaces for the whole community.

If were unable to attend our second public exhibition, you can view the proposals here.

Latest News

10th July 2014
Welcome to Mulberry Park – a new destination in the City of Bath
Mulberry Park is today revealed as the new name for Curo’s proposed development of 700 new homes, community facilities and open spaces on the former MoD site at Foxhil. Read more…

7th July 2014
Latest plans for development of former MoD site at Foxhill go on show

Curo will be holding a public exhibition on 11th and 12th July to show its latest for the development of the former MoD site at Foxhill. Read more…

28th May 2014
What’s in a name? Curo asks local people for suggestions

If you have an idea for a name for the new development on the former MoD site at Foxhill, we’d love to hear from you. Read more…

22nd May 2014
A date for your diary – next public exhibition announced

Curo and masterplanning architects HTA will be holding the next public exhibition of plans for the regeneration of Foxhill on 11th and 12th July. Read more…

Newsletter

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Click here to download the latest Foxhill Looking Forward newsletter.

Initial Exhibition

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Click here to download the display boards from our initial public exhibition in August 2013. These include the results from our recent 1-to-1 consultations.