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.
BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET COUNCIL
On-street entertainers and performers - buskers - are an important part of the culture of Bath, bringing vibrancy and character to the city. Some use amplifiers to enhance the volume of their performance.
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 2016/17 school year.
Bath & North East Somerset Council is conducting a review of polling districts and polling places as required by The Review of Polling Districts and Polling Places (Parliamentary Elections) Regulations 2006, as amended by The Electoral Registration and Administration Act 2013.
The Bath and North East Somerset Environmental Sustainability Partnership (ESP) is committed to tackling climate change, and increasing the use of sustainable energy.
Now is your chance to comment on the options for key development sites and the planning policy framework for Bath and North East Somerset. When adopted, the Placemaking Plan, together with the Core Strategy, will be used for determining planning applications in Bath and North East Somerset.
Bath & North East Somerset Council has launched a new draft transport strategy for Keynsham and wants to hear your views.
Keynsham is a historic town that occupies a strategically important location between Bristol and Bath and is therefore well placed to improve and attract investment.
The aim is to reduce congestion and allow people to move around to make the long-term economic strategy for the area work.
The Draft Strategy has a vision for transport in Keynsham which is: