Paul Crossley

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Council investment into Royal Victoria Park begins

by Paul Crossley on January 27, 2015

Bath & North East Somerset Council’s plans to invest almost £500,000 in improvements to Bath’s Royal Victoria Park will get underway on January 19. The park, which attracts many thousands of visitors every year, features Botanical Gardens, lakes, floral and historical features as well as one of the biggest children’s play areas in the South […]

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Car Parking

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The Bath and NE  Somerset Council aims to substantially increase jobs and support local businesses through the Bath City Riverside Enterprise Area, which is designated as a key zone for economic growth by the West of England Local Enterprise Partnership. To deliver the jobs requires an integrated approach to managing traffic flow in the city – including […]

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It is the Economy…

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GDP figures Quarterly growth of 0.5% puts the UK in pole position to be the fastest growing G7 economy in 2014. Our economy is growing because we Liberal Democrats have anchored economic policy in the centre ground. In 2010 the last Labour government bequeathed the Country a bankrupt economy. We’ve driven through a host of […]

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Banes Council under my leadership continues to improve cycle and walking facilities around the area. Cycle improvement scheme is under way at the Globe roundabout and now a major pedestrian improvement is about to get under way in Bath City centr. Work to start on pedestrian improvements in Bath City Centre A project to improve […]

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Safety in the home is vital

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Residents urged to back gas safety proposals Bath & North East Somerset Council is urging residents to back a campaign which wants to give social landlords extra powers to make sure gas appliances in the properties they own are safe. Gas Access is calling for the law to be changed so that social landlords, such […]

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Second hand furniture sale

by Paul Crossley on January 23, 2015

Bath & North East Somerset Council is organising a second hand furniture sale on Saturday February 7, at the former MoD building (next to the Recycling Centre) at Pixash Lane, Keynsham BS31 ITP. It will take place between 10am and 12 noon, and there will be a variety of items on sale, all of which […]

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Bath & North East Somerset Council will be marking National Libraries Day on Saturday February 7. Local libraries will be running a Find the Book Character Treasure Hunt for children and a literary quiz for adults – sheets will be available at all local libraries. Library visitors will also be able to rent DVDs at […]

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Bath & North East Somerset Council has provided a new charging point for electric vehicles in South Wansdyke Sports Centre car park in Midsomer Norton. The charging unit enables two cars to charge at once, each using one of the 32amp/7kw fast charge sockets which provide a full recharge from empty in about four hours. […]

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Award-winners have been announced for this year’s Bath & North East Somerset Council Building Control Awards for Building & Design Quality, sponsored by the Bath Stone Group. The awards are run annually to promote and reward builders and designers undertaking work within the Bath and North East Somerset area who excel in their achievements. Cllr […]

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Beware scans via email

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Bath & North East Somerset Council is asking local residents to be aware of an email scam in operation in relation to Council Tax. The Council has had reports of a bogus email informing Council Tax payers that they have an outstanding Council Tax debt. The email goes on to say that the Council has […]

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