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Whether you live or work in CB1 you can contribute actively.

Support our effort to improve the CB1 Community

The CB1 management team and our community engagement coordinator are here to work with you to enhance the estate for all it’s uses.

All communities need first and foremost to feel secure but beyond that everyone need to feel a sense of belonging – it takes work to achieve this in an urban environment. Anything you contribute helps, from reporting an incident to joining a group or simply making a suggestion. Your participation makes all the difference.

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Groups, Partnerships & Meetings

Here you’ll find key information and the contacts to enable you report issues relating to your building, locate services in the area, and discover community groups and meetings.

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We are keen to recruit volunteers to improve communication and social cohesion within CB1. We’re looking for people who can offer their time in planning, running and promoting social and estate-related events in the CB1 area

Whether you live in a student building or a resident block, we are looking for people who can act as reps for their building. This could involve keeping an eye on things and reporting to management, helping elderly residents to do things/get things, and to act as rep between management and inhabitants.

If you are interested in volunteering, please complete the form below or call 07946304332.

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CB1 Community Room

There is a Community Room next door to the entrance of Huxley House. This is used for regular community run activities which are mostly free.

These include events for families and children and well being events like yoga and meditation. It is also available for private bookings.

To book the Community Room please contact or

Suggest an Idea or Get Involved

We always want to hear your ideas on how to develop the CB1 community, and we need your input to make the positive changes that will drive CB1 forward. We welcome suggestions on areas like website feedback and wider community development initiatives.

To suggest an idea, you can email giving as much detail as possible or you can fill the form out below. Please include your name and contact details so we can discuss further.