Let’s have trees in the Saw Close.

“Synthetic box balls in sombre grey coffin-like pots.’ That’s how one Bath Newseum regular describes the planting at Bath’s re-modelled … More

Urban spaces

I spend a lot of time in Bath’s urban spaces and – unfortunately – am often critical of their upkeep … More

Bath’s ‘display’ freebie.

Been out and about in this glorious autumnal sunshine today – Friday, October 19th – and have to say our … More

Plea to help save dying trees.

There must be those within B&NES who wish they had never come up with the idea of ‘greening’ the city … More

Bridge lodges still at risk says councillor.

Following expensive repairs to one of the Cleveland Bridge lodges – and much traffic disruption while restoration work was carried … More

London Road latest.

The very latest on those expensive ‘designed-to-rust’ planters on the London Road. After all the fuss about a three-year-old audit – … More

Council considers what to do with the London Road planters.

It’s now my understanding that a ‘hold’ has been ordered on any removal of the special planters installed a few … More

Goodbye old friend.

It’s always sad to see an old friend go and non more so than realising the lovely old weeping ash … More

Feeling a bit browned off.

Is this the problem with container-grown trees when it comes to extreme heat and dryness? All the young saplings – … More

Green shoots from Sainsbury’s

Seems to be a Sainsbury’s week – with apologies to all the other supermarkets in Bath –  but the Green … 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