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  • Cabinet members approve 672 bus extension

    A key bus serving the Chew Valley will continue until July 30 after being allocated up to £70,000 of extra funding from Bath & North East Somerset Council.

    Parking and Travel, Roads, travel and transport, Transport, Delivering for local residents

  • Pace gathers towards 100,000 trees planted in Bath and North East Somerset

    Hundreds of new trees are being planted in Bath and North East Somerset’s parks, green spaces and streets over the coming weeks as end of the winter planting season approaches.

    Environment and Clean Air, Ecological Emergency Action Plan, Tackling the climate and ecological emergency, Delivering for local residents

  • New energy bill support scheme alternative fund to launch

    Families in Bath and North East Somerset who were unable to benefit from the Energy Bill Support Scheme can now access an alternative fund.

    welfare support, energy support, Delivering for local residents

  • Council considers trial of on-street electric vehicle charging cable channels

    A decision on whether to run a trial of on-street cable channels that would enable residents to charge electric vehicles safely from their homes is going before a council cabinet member.

    Climate Emergency, Parking and Travel, Roads, travel and transport, Delivering for local residents

  • New business openings in Bath city centre

    More than twenty new businesses are opening or expanding in Bath city centre with their success showing how Bath remains a vibrant and popular destination.

    Regeneration and Development, Business support , economic development, Delivering for local residents, Preparing for the Future

  • Midsomer Norton High Street Heritage Action Zone project continues to deliver

    A project to transform Midsomer Norton Town Hall is progressing at pace as part of the wider £2.5m High Street Heritage Action Zone (HSHAZ) to regenerate the town centre.

    Regeneration and Development, Heritage , Leisure, Tourism and Heritage, Delivering for local residents

  • New arts and community space opens in Keynsham

    Community groups and local businesses in Keynsham are being offered the use of an affordable and flexible space to hold events thanks to the transformation of a vacant property near the high street.

    Regeneration and Development, Communities and volunteering, Delivering for local residents

  • Join the discussion about public services in your community at the Bathavon Area Forum

    Bathavon residents are being encouraged to share their views on a range of issues affecting their community at the Area Forum on March 8 at 6pm.

    Communities and volunteering, Giving people a bigger say, Delivering for local residents

  • Bath Christmas Market 2023 dates announced

    Dates for this year’s famous Bath Christmas Market have been announced alongside official visitor figures for the 2022 event - which boosted the local economy by an estimated £50 million.

    Events, Delivering for local residents

  • School offer day – majority get first preference in B&NES

    Nearly nine out of ten families in Bath and North East Somerset have been offered a place at their first choice of secondary school for admissions this September.

    Schools, Colleges and Learning, Delivering for local residents