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  • Cabinet to consider new measures to further improve Bath’s air quality

    New measures to further improve air quality and protect Bath city centre and the wider World Heritage Site, including Cleveland Bridge, are to be considered by Bath & North East Somerset Council’s cab

    Clean Air Zone, Tackling the climate and ecological emergency, Delivering for local residents, Transport and Roads

  • Joint statement B&NES and BSW CCG

    We were told of the acquisition of Virgin Care on the morning of December 1. We now want to carefully consider this announcement

    Delivering for local residents, Adult Social Care and Health, Health and Care

  • Liveable Neighbourhoods move a step closer

    Bath & North East Somerset Council today (Nov 29) launched the next stage of its Liveable Neighbourhoods project to help make communities healthier - and it wants to hear people’s views.

    Giving people a bigger say, Tackling the climate and ecological emergency, Delivering for local residents, Parking and Travel, Public Health

  • Statement from Councillor Manda Rigby, cabinet member for Transport

    Councillor Manda Rigby, cabinet member for Transport, said: “We need to set the record straight following a cabinet meeting last Wednesday where Cllr Vic Pritchard confused two different ATTROs

    Improving people's lives, Focusing on prevention, Delivering for local residents, Transport and Roads,

  • B&NES helps Care Review better understand and improve services for children & families

    A team from the children’s care review visited Bath & North East Somerset this week, to meet with partners involved in children’s social care.   

    Focusing on prevention, Children's Services, Health and Care

  • Green Park car park to open

    Bath’s Green Park car park will open on Friday November 5 to provide additional short stay car parking to help support the economic recovery of business in the run up to Christmas.

    Streets and Highway Maintenance, Parking and Travel, Delivering for local residents

  • Meeting the demand for affordable homes - cabinet to consider building new council houses

    The first new general needs council houses to be built in a generation in Bath and North East Somerset could be given the go-ahead next week. 

    Delivering for local residents, Tackling the climate and ecological emergency, Housing

  • Rise in Covid rates among older people in B&NES

    People aged 50 and over in Bath & North East Somerset were today strongly encouraged to get their COVID booster vaccine, if they are eligible, because Covid case rates among this age group are rising

    Covid-19, Focusing on prevention

  • Council to consider additional funding for brand new Keynsham Recycling Hub

    Dedication of £13.6m funding to create a proposed state-of-the-art waste and recycling hub in Keynsham that will meet the needs of our growing population will be decided on by cabinet next week.

    Waste and Recycling , Keynsham Recycling Hub

  • Latest Covid case figures for B&NES

    These are the latest Covid case figures for B&NES - please do your bit to drive these figures down.

    Covid-19

  • Work on new Keynsham Recycling Hub takes a step forward

    The next steps towards the proposed state-of-the-art waste and recycling hub in Keynsham will be starting this month.

    Waste and Recycling , Keynsham Recycling Hub

  • Council to consult on plans for ‘state of the art’ recycling centre in Keynsham

    Proposals to improve waste and recycling facilities for residents in Bath and North East Somerset are being consulted on by the council.

    Tackling the climate and ecological emergency, Keynsham Recycling Hub