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The city’s heritage watchdog, Bath Preservation Trust, has urged B&NES to be more ambitious in its vision for the area’s future prosperity.
While welcoming the council’s proposals for a new ‘Milsom Quarter – which will involve a new home for the Fashion Museum and the redevelopment of the Cattle Market site – the Trust wants to see the authority be more inclusive and develop a CITY-WIDE masterplan.
Bath Newseum caught up with Alex Sherman the Trust’s new Chief Executive, to find out what more the Trust considered important for the city’s future.
We talked over everything from affordable housing to a greener economy.
More information about the Trust, and its heritage properties open to the public, via www.bath-preservation-trust.org.uk