The final draft of the West of England Joint Spatial Plan (JSP) is published for comment between 22nd November 2017 and 10th January 2018. The JSP sets out the overall approach and location of new development and will guide the review of each of the Council’s own local plans. If you wish to participate in the JSP Examination you should ensure you respond to this consultation.
We are consulting on the updated plans for the restoration and development of Sydney Gardens Bath as part of a Heritage Lottery Fund Parks for People grant bid.
We welcome your thoughts and suggestions. To take part, you need to view the PDF 'boards', and then open and complete our questionnaire through the 'Respond Online' button.
Bath & North East Somerset is preparing a new Local Plan for the District, through which the Core Strategy is being reviewed.
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Bath Quays is the Council's flagship regeneration project to create a new and vibrant commercial quarter for Bath's flourishing businesses in the heart of the city. Bath Quays North, located on the existing Avon Street car park and coach park, is a major part of the scheme.
A Bath Quays North Masterplan has been developed and plans for the site include the delivery of around 200,000 sq ft of new office space, creating up to 1,900 jobs, a minimum of 70 new homes for local people and a new, modern basement car park.
We are now seeking your views and ideas on possible measures to improve air quality in Bath and hope that you will complete our survey available via this link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BathAirQuality. The
You are invited to comment on our new draft Transport Strategy for the Somer Valley by completing this short questionnaire. Your feedback will contribute to the final version of the strategy.
It is important that you read the draft Transport Strategy Summary Report or Draft Supporting Document before completing this questionnaire.
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.