What future for Pulteney Bridge flood gate?

The future of the flood gates at Twerton and Pulteney Bridge could be a short one as a newly funded … More

What’s your view on the river?

Water taxis and transporting refuse waste – just two of the ideas for finding new ways of using Bath’s waterways –  that … More

Water power!

B&NES must really learn to coordinate things amongst departments within the authority. The following press release was ’embargoed’ until l … More

Work on new road system begins.

Work on the next phase of the Bath Quays Waterside project will begin on January 20, 2016. The £6.22m project, … 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

Dredging up the past.

Councillors will be brought up to date with work on the Bath Flood Alleviation Scheme – which involves re-shaping the … 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

Bath residents ask – why are we forgotten?

Whole swathes of Bath’s architectural history and heritage are at risk from flooding and nothing is being down to protect … More

Bath may have to live with flooding.

Bath is going to have its own ‘Cobra-styled’ body to formulate strategy on how the city must learn to live … More

Flood control key to new city centre development

More information is coming out on those flood defence proposals for an inner-city part of the RIver Avon which it … More