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  • Temple Street improvement works to start

    Residents and businesses in Keynsham are being reminded that works to enhance Temple Street will start week beginning January 9.

    Environment and Clean Air, Regeneration and Development, Streets and Highway Maintenance, Leisure, Tourism and Heritage, Business support

  • Consultation on Mount Road high street improvements restarts

    A consultation on a range of improvements to revitalise Mount Road in Bath will reopen on January 9.

    Environment and Clean Air, Regeneration and Development, Streets and Highway Maintenance, Delivering for local residents

  • Bath’s new business quarter is taking shape

    Cabinet leaders recently had a chance to look around Bath Quays, the council’s flagship redevelopment project, ahead of work being completed next year.

    delivering for residents, Bath Quays , Regeneration and Development

  • Keynsham’s Temple Street improvement project to start in January

    Works to improve Temple Street in Keynsham with new paving, planting, cycle parking and better disabled parking will begin in the New Year.

    Regeneration and Development, Environment and Clean Air, Business support , Delivering for local residents

  • Council’s first new social rent properties in 30 years ready for tenants

    The first affordable homes for social rent owned directly by Bath and North East Somerset Council in nearly three decades are being advertised to potential tenants.

    Delivering for local residents, Regeneration and Development, Preparing for the Future

  • Bath Bike Park project at Entry Hill will not proceed

    Plans for a mountain bike and activity park at the site of the former Entry Hill golf course site in Bath will not proceed, Bath & North East Somerset Council has announced today (December 1).

    Leisure , Public Health, Regeneration and Development, Delivering for local residents, Improving people's lives

  • Council developments triumph at Bath Property Awards

    Successful new developments completed by Bath & North East Somerset Council have won in four categories at this year’s Bath Property Awards.

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

  • Cabinet asked to approve £2.4m funding for Milsom Quarter Masterplan

    A report on a major scheme to regenerate Milsom Quarter in Bath, including relocating the Fashion Museum at the Old Post Office, will be considered by cabinet next week.

    Regeneration and Development, Business support , Housing, Heritage , Delivering for local residents

  • Have your say on a name for Bath’s newest bridge

    Residents are being asked to help choose a name for the new bridge across the River Avon at the centre of Bath Quays, the council’s flagship redevelopment project.

    Bath Quays, Regeneration and Development, Preparing for the Future, Delivering for local residents

  • Next steps for Temple Street improvement projects

    Several grant funded schemes that together will make big improvements to Temple Street in Keynsham are taking another step forward.

    Environment and Clean Air, Regeneration and Development, recovery and renewal, Streets and Highway Maintenance, Heritage , Leisure, Tourism and Heritage, Delivering for local residents