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The Lib Dems have agreed plans to deliver the first new general needs Council houses for a generation in Bath and North East Somerset.
Cabinet members unanimously approved the first phase of 58 homes to be built in the next 1-2 years, with an ambitious programme of ‘hundreds’ of homes to follow.
Bath’s new Police Station is a step closer to opening, after Avon & Somerset Constabulary received planning permission to refurbish Bath One Stop Shop on Manvers Street.
Lib Dem Leader, Councillor Kevin Guy, has commended the warm and welcoming community in Bath and North East Somerset and thanked all those who have come forward with offers of accommodation and other support for vulnerable Afghan refugees.
Restricting HGV through-traffic in Bath is essential to reducing air pollution and congestion, protecting public health, and preventing repeated damage to Cleveland Bridge, say Lib Dems.
The Liberal Democrats have called for the UK Government to take swift action to support the UK creative industry, which is being hard hit by the current EU trading arrangements.
Almost a million pounds worth of extra investment in keeping B&NES clean and safe has been approved by the Council’s Lib Dem Cabinet.
The safety of women and girls across Bath and North East Somerset has been recognised as a top priority for the Council.
B&NES Lib Dems have approved a permanent ban on the use of glyphosate weedkiller to control street weeds in the Council area.
Updated proposals to reduce the risk of terrorist attacks in Bath city centre have been described as ‘proportionate’ by B&NES Cabinet members, who signed the scheme off this evening.
A shake up of on-street parking arrangements is aimed at improving air quality and protecting public health, and will lead to reduced carbon emissions, say B&NES Lib Dems.