Bath & North East Somerset Council are proposing to extend the south-east corner of Charlotte Street Car Park, on the site of the existing Parkside Children's Centre, which is relocating, to provide around 100 additional short-stay surface car parking spaces.
Bath and North East Somerset Council, Bristol City Council and South Gloucestershire Council have jointly produced a new draft Rights of Way Improvement Plan (ROWIP) to cover the period up until 2026. The ROWIP is intended to set out an assessment of the current rights of way network and identify strategic steps which the Councils intend to take in partnership with various stakeholders to improve the network for the benefit of the public. The draft ROWIP contains a particular emp
Priston Parish Council has submitted a Village Design Statement (VDS) to Bath and North East Somerset Council for consideration as a Supplementary Planning Document (SPD).
The Enforcement and Licensing Policy describes the approach Housing Services takes when individuals and organisations fail to comply with housing law. It includes how financial penalties introduced by the Housing and Planning Act 2016 are proposed to be used.
The the consultation documents are available in alternative formats. Please contact Housing Services on 01225 396444.
Within Bath and North East Somerset (B&NES) there are a wide range of buildings, structures and landscape features that provide a valuable contribution to the local character and distinctiveness of the area. These features are termed “non-designated heritage assets” or “locally listed heritage assets”.
Bath and North East Somerset Council is consulting on a proposal to introduce an Additional (HMO) licensing scheme in the Bath City area.
The consultation runs from 16th March 2018 until 25th May 2018.
In May 2013, national permitted development rights were amended to allow the change of use of offices (Class B1(a) use) to residential (Class C3 use) to be assessed through a ‘prior approval’ process rather than through the normal planning permission process. This means that a Council is only be able to consider a narrow range of specified issues when deciding whether to allow such a change of use. These issues do not include the contribution that the office plays to the local or to the wider economy, or to the character of the area.
We would like your help to improve how people find content on the Council’s website. We have devised an exercise so that we can understand how users navigate our website to find specific information.
Our current Street Trading Policy was published in 2014. Many things have changed over the last four years so we want to review the policy to ensure that street trading continues to deliver our stated ambitions, or indeed test that these are still appropriate. We would also like to take this opportunity to explore the future, especially with respect to the development of markets that have the potential to increase the vibrancy of our streets, towns and city, supporting local businesses whilst adding choice and diversity for residents and visitors.
In 2013 Bath & North East Somerset Council gave planning permission for a number of locations where temporary banners and flags can be displayed to promote one-off events and festivals. Most of the locations are lamp columns in the city centre of Bath; there is also permission for a cross-street banner across Milsom Street.