About Long Term Stewardship

Long Term Stewardship is the process of long term, effective management of a development and encouraging a vibrant community.

The Stewardship of Lawley Village is based on a commitment to:

    • Provide good Estate Management
    • Maintain and enhance high quality non-adopted public realm
    • Enforce long term building and development controls which pay regard to the integrity of appearance and amenities
    • Develop, maintain and empower a flourishing and vibrant community
    • Deliver services as a ‘whole development’ entity, rather than on a phase-by-phase or area-by-area basis
  • Deliver services in a tenure blind way

The community enjoys the benefit of:

    • High quality soft and hard landscaping of managed areas and open spaces
    • Cleaner environments
    • Protection of the visual amenity of the village which insures the special character of the village is maintained
    • A strong, cohesive and vibrant community
    • Involvement in the decision making process
  • A Wear and Tear Fund to cover future maintenance and renewal of managed areas
  • A point of contact

The Lawley Long Term Stewardship Model strives to ensure that the Lawley community is:

    • A safe place to live
    • A place where people are valued and everyone is able to make a contribution
    • A place where people come together and demonstrate inclusiveness, diversity and sustainability
    • A place where individuals and the community as a whole are empowered and motivated to take ownership of the community
  • A place where opportunities exist and are promoted to improve individuals health and well being

Click here to view the most frequently asked questions relating to Long Term Stewardship.

For further information please email the team on stewardship@bvt.org.uk