Could a school bus service help clean up Bath?

If we are returned to power in B&NES we won’t be charging cars going into a Clean Air Zone but we will be looking at other measures – including school bus services and inner city traffic restrictions – to tackle pollution. Some of the thoughts of Cllr Richard Samuel who is the Lib Dem councillor […]

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CAZ doesn’t go far enough say Lib-Dems

  Looks like the Lib-Dem group on B&NES are not buying the car exemption on the Clean Air Zone agreed by the council’s ruling cabinet earlier this week. Whilst welcoming “retrofitting by local bus companies, extended hours at park and ride sites with secure overnight parking, and the tweaking of the boundaries in response to […]

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Hey Bath! – love you.

Winter Solstice – December 21st – seems a good place to reflect on what is past and what is to come. Bath Newseum has never set out to rival the local newspapers – and ad mags – but to offer a take on what affects us all, living in and around a heritage city steeped […]

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Camden concerns about CAZ.

Pressure on local parking and the creation of more ‘rat-runs’. Just two of the concerns – about the proposed Clean Air Zone for Bath – raised in a lively and more than normally packed annual meeting of the Camden Residents Association on Thursday last. According to local resident, David Kernek, the meeting subjected B&NES Cabinet […]

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