Takes more than tourism.

We musn’t rely on tourism to make a living – at least according to the latest thinking within Bath and North Somerset District Council. Permitted development rights to convert offices to residential use in parts of central Bath could be withdrawn to protect the economic health and prosperity of the city and the wellbeing of […]

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Thousands comment on Clean Air Zone

With the end of the six-week long public consultation – on proposals to create a Clean Air Zone in Bath in sight – Bath Newseum has been talking to the man who has been very busy listening to what the public have had to say. Cllr Bob Goodman is B&NES Cabinet member for Development and […]

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‘Mr Clean’

The city our millions of tourists briefly visit is not the same as the one Bathonians have to live in. Their coaches add to the constant central pollution the local authority has been told to clean up and the government has set a 2021 deadline to do it too. A Clean Air Zone is the proposal […]

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Helping students become good neighbours.

In an effort to cut down on street litter and bad recycling, Bath & North East Somerset Council is joining forces with students and staff from the University of Bath and Bath Spa University to visit over 2,000 properties in student areas of Bath including Oldfield Park, Westmoreland, Widcombe and Lansdown during the next three […]

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