This year’s Bath City Conference takes place at the Guildhall on Friday 10 July from 12 noon.
Organised by Bath & North East Somerset Council, this free event is open to everyone.
It’s your opportunity to find out about:
• Bath’s Transport Strategy (12.30-1.30pm)
• Railway electrification (12-6pm)
• Projects involving the regeneration of the river (12 to 6pm)
• Sustainability projects on food and energy (sessions at 2pm and 3pm)
• Future governance for the City of Bath (5-5.45pm)
• Who makes up your cabinet in the new Council? (12-6pm)
Following on from afternoon’s activities, the day will conclude at 6.30 pm in the Council Chamber with an hour long Question and Answer session. The Leader of Bath &North East Somerset Council, Cllr Tim Warren, members of the Cabinet and the Council’s Chief Executive, Jo Farrar will be present.
The discussion will be available as a webcast. To access the webcast visit: http://www.bathnes.public-i.tv/core/portal/webcast_interactive/181888.
Do you have a question that you would like answered? Send us your question and we will ask the most popular questions at this session e-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Councillor Tim Warren (Conservative, Mendip), Leader of Council, said: “Our new administration is keen to inform people and raise awareness of how we are working with local communities and partner organisations to improve the lives of everyone who lives, works and visits the area. This is an excellent opportunity for people to engage in the future of their community.”
If you want to support your local community you can find out how by visiting the Banqueting Hall which will be filled with over forty exhibits, stands and representatives from community groups across the City.
To find out more and receive regular updates, join www.bathcityconference.net/ and @yourbath2015 on Twitter.