Bath and North East Somerset Council is required by law to review and assess air quality throughout the district. The Council has a comprehensive set of monitors that provide data on air pollution. Nitrogen dioxide from road traffic is the only pollutant that exceeds the Government’s National Air Quality Objectives as an annual average in Keynsham.
Bath is embarking on the next stage of its development legacy with the recent adoption of the Bath Riverside Masterplan. Key to its success will be effective connectivity and access. The existing Park and Ride sites are very popular with the public and have recently been expanded. But people from the east have limited choices about where to park and face long queues, especially along London Road.
Bath and North East Somerset Council would like to engage with local residents, communities and providers, on its draft Sexual Health Strategy.
We welcome your views and this short questionnaire will help us to capture these views so that they inform its final development and delivery.
Under the Flood and Water Management Act (2010), Bath & North East Somerset Council is a Lead Local Flood Authority This means the Council has powers and responsibilities for managing local flood risk. This includes flooding from surface water, groundwater and ordinary watercourses (commonly small streams and ditches).
On the 23rd June the Secretary of State announced his intention to work with the judiciary to reform the courts and tribunals in England and Wales.This involved some challenging decisions about the current system.
Bath and North East Somerset Council has made a draft determination as the regulator upon the application from the company known as Glenavon Timber Treatment Ltd. whose address is Treglennick, Newmills Lane, Truro, Cornwall TR1 3EB, for a permit to operate an installation for the preservation of wood and wood products with a production capacity exceeding 75m3 per day at the following installation: Glenavon Timber Treatment Ltd., Ashmead Road, Ashmead Indu
A survey to find out what residents think about their Neighbourhood Environmental Services.
Under the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2010 (as amended), the company known as Glenavon Timber Treatment Ltd. whose address is Ashmead Road, Ashmead Industrial Park, Keynsham, Bristol BS31 1SX, has applied to Bath and North East Somerset Council for a permit to operate an installation for the Preservation of Wood Products with Chemicals with a production capacity of 75m3 or more per 24 hour period at the address above.
The Council (as the Licensing Authority for the purposes of the Gambling Act 2005) is required to produce, at least every three years, a statement of the principles it proposes to apply when exercising its functions under the Act.
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