On 19th January at the Jacobs Wells Baths, there was a meeting to hear the results of the First Stage Feasibility Study commissioned by the Central, Clifton and Harbourside Neighbourhood Partnership to inform the long-term future of the building. The report was carried out by Helen Bone from Vivid Regeneration.
The survey results showed Dance as the most popular request for future use of the building but with the recognition from some respondents that this may need to be combined with other uses to make it financially viable. Next most popular requests were for Community Use and then Performing Arts.
380 people in total came to the Open Doors Afternoons. 230 people filled in the online survey. This is an amazing result and shows how important the building is to everyone.