Welcome Centre role for old Toll House

The latest volunteer project on the Kennet and Avon Canal has been handed over to  the Canal and River Trust. … 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

River regeneration gets thumbs up from Bath residents

  Visitors to the city’s third networking conference voiced their approval last Wednesday for The River Regeneration Trust’s continuing emphasis … More

Current in the past

Elsewhere in this cyber museum you will find stories about Bath’s River Regeneration Trust and plans for harnessing the flow … 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

Green flood defence working well

New ‘shaped’ landscaping which has been incorporated into the residential development now taking place at Western Riverside in Bath has … More

Cash flow benefit for River Avon

Last week’s decision by senior members of B&NES Council brought the cultural, economic and social improvements to the River Avon … More

Ben, B&NES and Bath’s future.

It’s not easy embracing big ideas when the Authority to which you are elected is having to watch its spending … More