About Us

The Britannia Square Residents' Association

The Britannia Square Residents' Association was founded in 1973 to preserve, protect and enhance 'the character, environment and amenities of the Conservation Area known as Britannia Square and, so far as relevant, the immediate surrounding areas for the benefit of the residents of the City of Worcester and, to this end, to cooperate with or make representations to the appropriate local or other authorities and to take any other appropriate action'.

We continue to uphold these founding objectives for the prosperity of the area and the support of those who live here.

Worcester City Council has prepared a leaflet focusing on our Residents’ Association area, which you may find interesting.  It summarises the Conservation Area Character Appraisal and Management Proposals Adopted by the Planning Committee in October 2010 for the Britannia Square Conservation Area (CA4).  The summary document can be found here, whilst the full version can be found at the Worcester City Council website here.

Past Chairmen

Our past chairmen include:

1973-1976 Max Holdsworth (44 Britannia Square)
1976-1978 Stanley Willis (45A Britannia Square)
1978-1982 Victor Lewis (51 Britannia Square)
1982-1988 Michael Hudson (45 Britannia Square)
1988-1991 Mike Brown (13 Britannia Square)
1991-1998 John Ball (50 Britannia Square)
1998-2001 Andy McDouall (20 Britannia Square)
2001-2005 Liz Prosser (32 Albany Terrace)
2005-2010 Robert Holdsworth (44 Britannia Square)
2010-2011 Matthew Gullick (The Old Coach House, Britannia Square)
2011-2015 Anna Hooper (33 Britannia Square)

From 2015 to date, a system of rotating chairmen has been in place.

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