Bath & North East Somerset Local Authority are required to determine the area that admission authorities in Bath & North East Somerset should use when consulting on school admission arrangements. For Bath & North East Somerset Local Authority the 'relevant area' being consulted on is the whole of Bath & North East Somerset and for own admission authority schools and academies it is the district in which the school or academy is located. For VA Catholic Church schools this will be for the parish area that they serve.
Proposal to reduce the lower age of Westfield Primary School from 4 to 2 in order to deliver the Early Years Entitlement offer and childcare in the premises already provided on the school site.
A replacement management plan which outlines how the City of Bath World Heritage Site (WHS) has been compiled. The document aims to conserve the values for which the site was inscribed during a forthcoming period of growth and change. The consultation draft and background documentation is available to view on our website at http://www.bathworldheritage.org.uk/management-plan
On 16th December 2015, the Council is publishing its Draft Placemaking Plan for formal consultation. The consultation runs from 16th December 2015 to 3rd February 2016.
The Local Authority is consulting on their proposed admission arrangements and admission numbers for Community and Voluntary Controlled schools. It is also consulting on the proposed schemes for co-ordination of admissions to all maintained schools and academies for the 2017/18 school year.
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For Town and Parish Clerks only. The aim is to improve communication, help share resources, offer greater support and training opportunities to town and parish councils. The survey should take no more than 10 mins to complete.
We believe that everyone in Bath and North East Somerset should be able to access the best possible health and care services in their community and feel supported to live happy, healthy and independent lives. That's why we’ve launched your care, your way; an ambitious tw
Bath & North East Somerset Council is reviewing the Keynsham Conservation Areas. As part of the review, a Keynsham Conservation Area Appraisal and an accompanying Management Plan have been prepared. The published draft documents are available to view or download and will be available in the Keynsham Library during the usual opening hours.
Keynsham residents are being given the opportunity to have their say on a range of issues affecting the future of the town. Bath & North East Somerset Council wants to hear the views of local people on a number of key issues that will form part of the Placemaking Plan. There are five key projects that the Council are seeking views on:-