The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England is asking local people for their help to draw up a new pattern of council wards for Bath and North East Somerset Council.
Bath and North East Somerset is working towards becoming a Sugar Smart area. We want to raise awareness of the hidden sugars in food and drinks and support people to make informed food choices and to create a food environment that encourages healthy options.
The Draft Whitchurch Village Neighbourhood Plan has been submitted to Bath & North East Somerset Council by Whitchurch Village Parish Council and was published for consultation from Friday 19th May until 5pm on 30th June 2017. Due to an administrative error the incorrect version of the consultation statement was published.
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We are consulting with parishes on the draft Parish Charter. The Parish Charter aims to provide a framework for B&NES Council and our town, parish and village councils, as well as our parish meetings, to work together to serve the people of Bath and North East Somerset. Please note that the draft Charter covers all of these bodies, although allowance needs to be made for the differing legal framework of parish meeting areas. However, we have used the phrases “parishes” or “parish councils” for simplicity throughout the document.
Currently, there is a Designated Public Places Order in Bath which restricts street drinking. This can be viewed http://www.bathnes.gov.uk/sites/default/files/banes_dppo_24_april_2004.pdf
The Council is currently reviewing the Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO) Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) and has appointed ARUP to undertake a review of the existing HMO SPD to investigate various policy options.
Statutory proposal for lowering the age range at Midsomer Norton Primary School, High Street, Midsomer Norton, Radstock, BA3 2DR, in order for the onsite nursery provision delivered by the school to offer places to younger children.
The purpose of the Playing Pitch Strategy (PPS) is to look to address a range of fundamental challenges and assess how outdoor pitch and non-pitch facilities such as tennis can be used to meet the needs of a growing Bath and North East Somerset (B&NES) population, which is relatively prosperous and economically stable whilst also catering for areas of higher deprivation which may have different requirements.