Councillors in Bath and North East Somerset have voted to back plans for a new Park & Ride to the east of Bath. Read Full Story
Conservative councillors are to propose a cross-party review of potential sites for an East of Bath Park & Ride. Read Full Story
A Bath Councillor has been sent to jail. But all in the name of charity.
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Radstock’s Conservative Councillor Deirdre Horstmann has welcomed the news that B&NES Council is to look into the possibility of reversing the one-way system in the centre of the town. Read Full Story
The new Conservative leadership on Bath & North East Somerset Council has said it will take a fresh look at how traffic can be improved on one of the main routes into Bath from south of the city. Read Full Story
Bath and North East Somerset Council has started work on producing a long-term action plan to tackle the gull menace which plagues Bath and many other parts of the authority. Read Full Story
Firs Field in Combe Down, Bath, is set to become an official Centenary Field, marking a hundred years since the First World War. Read Full Story
Councillors in Bath and North East Somerset have voted to rule-out the reintroduction of a controversial Bus Gate on Bath’s Dorchester Street. Read Full Story
Details of the consultation process that will take place to help choose the best location for an East of Bath Park & Ride have been released by Bath and North East Somerset Council. Read Full Story
A four-year long campaign by Bath & North East Somerset Councillor Alan Hale to have a layby installed for four homes on Charlton Road, Keynsham has finally been achieved. Read Full Story
Councillors in Bath and North East Somerset have voted to back Government plans to create a ‘British Bill of Rights’. Read Full Story
Proposals have been put forward to create a new ‘City Forum’ to strengthen community representation and civic governance in Bath. Read Full Story
Keynsham’s Conservative Councillors have welcomed the publication of a new Transport Strategy for the town.
A comprehensive review of all spending by Bath and North East Somerset Council has been launched by the authority’s new Conservative administration.
The new Conservative administration on B&NES Council is to move forward with plans to build a long-awaited new Park & Ride on the east of Bath. Read Full Story
Work has started to repair and protect a historic 17th century stone bridge in Keynsham’s Dapps Hill conservation area.
Councillor Tim Warren, Leader of Bath & North East Somerset Council, has paid tribute to former Councillor David Bellotti, who passed away earlier this week. Read Full Story
The new Conservative administration on Bath and North East Somerset Council has launched a major ‘External Review’ of the way the authority manages the delivery of major Council projects like traffic schemes and road improvements.
The new Conservative leadership of Bath & North East Somerset Council has set out its priorities for the next four years, with a promise to reform the way the local authority works and build a Council which ‘puts the interests of residents first’.
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Following pressure from local Conservative Councillors, Bath and North East Somerset Council has backed down over the planned location of pedestrian crossings in Keynsham Town Centre. Read Full Story