The Council adopted the Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO) Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) in July 2013. The aim of the SPD is to avoid high concentrations of HMOs in the interests of an appropriately balanced housing mix across the city. The Article 4 Direction withdraws the Permitted Development Right for the change of use from family homes (Use Class C3) to Houses in Multiple Occupation (Use Classes C4 and Sui Generis) across the City of Bath.
Whether you’re a coach operator, local business or a resident in Bath, we’d love to hear your views on our coach parking proposals for the city.
You’ll find the full strategy documents at www.bathnes.gov.uk/coachstrategy. Once you’ve read these, please answer the following questions.
Customer Satisfaction Survey for Parks and Green Spaces Service
Despite the efforts of the Governing Body to increase pupil numbers at Camerton Church School, numbers on roll have been falling for several years, with only seven pupils in total expected for September 2017. At this size, the Governing Body believes it would be extremely difficult to provide a rounded education that meets the academic, social and emotional needs of the pupils at the school.
Bath & North East Somerset Council have installed new wayfinding columns to help local people and visitors find their way more easily around the city. These columns have been installed in Union Street and High Street on a trial basis, adjacent to the entrances to The Corridor and Northumberland Place.
The columns are designed to integrate with the existing wayfinding system providing an additional finer grained level of local area information to help visitors explore the city's passageways and side streets and support local independent traders.
This survey is to measure customer satisfaction for residents and visitors to Bath and North East Somerset’s Parks and Open Spaces.
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.