New cycle and walk route backed.

Some good news in on National Clean Air Day. Ambitious plans to create a 5km walking and cycling route, connecting … More

Oh Peroni!

First – the good news. The Council’s Parks Department and Bath BID have come together to help brighten up our … More

Blooming lovely – but no bridge?

Good to see a mass of bright red poppies and blue cornflowers blooming on part of the reshaped riverbank opposite … More

Quays side riverbank re-opens.

Initial works to transform the river bank between Churchill Bridge and Green Park have been completed in the latest phase … More

Sunshine, water & cycles!

We’ll get to the water in a moment, but first let’s talk bikes. What is it with the cycle hoops … More

The ‘forgotten’ Bath bridge.

Plenty of new tree planting underway down at the newly named ‘Bath Quays’ site where a ‘re-defining’ of the river … More

Greening up the riverbank.

Having had to fell quite a large number of mature specimens when work began, the new ‘Bath Quays Riverside Park’ has welcomed … More

More tales from the river bank.

A packed public meeting at the BRSLI in Queen Square this week to hear Cai Mason of Wessex Archaeology talk … More

January start for Bath Quays Waterside

Bath & North East Somerset Council and the Environment Agency are due to begin work on the next phase of … More

Name that bridge

Six designs for a new bridge across the River Avon are to be unveiled as part of an international design … More

River transformation underway

Bath & North East Somerset Council and the Environment Agency are about to start work on a £6.22 million project … More

Six million pound flood scheme ready for formal approval.

Following extensive public consultation, plans have been submitted to Bath & North East Somerset Council for a £6.2 million project … More

Rival community scheme proposed for Newark Works

Recent publicity and public and business support for an organisation called Craneworks – which is promoting a new community use … More