Midsomer Norton Library is moving to a new modern, refurbished location that combines library, council and partner services in the One Stop Shop in the Hollies building with its close proximity to Sainsburys and other local amenities.
Every year the Housing Enabling and Development Team will ask the people we work with what they think of the services we provide. This is our second annual survey. If you have had any contact with the Housing Enabling and Development Team in the last 12 months please give us feedback.
We look forward to hearing your opinions.
It is proposed to move Bath Library to a new, modern refurbished location opposite the new Bath University innovation and study centre on Manvers Street close to the rail and bus station, and Southgate shopping Centre.
The Planning Inspector has now written to the Council to confirm that the Examination can proceed to the consultation on the Main Modifications. The Inspector is inviting comments on the Main Modifications to the Submitted Placemaking Plan. Main Modifications are those which the Inspector considers are necessary to make the plan sound and/or legally compliant.
This survey is to measure customer satisfaction for those residents of and visitors to Bath and North East Somerset who have used the Council Connect service.
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 2018/19 school year.
Bath and North East Somerset Council is currently researching paths in the Westmoreland Ward to determine whether or not they are public rights of way. Paths which are found to be public rights of way will be included in a Legal Order and added to the Definitive Map and Statement for the City of Bath.
The Bath Quays South development is being led by the Council in consultation with local employer BMT and regeneration specialists TCN.