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The first 15 Liveable Neighbourhoods projects have been signed off by B&NES Cabinet members and will now move ahead to the co-design and consultation stage.
Active Travel Schemes to deliver improved cycling and walking infrastructure on Upper Bristol Road and Beckford Road are the first of many strategic routes, say Lib Dems.
A Community Asset Transfer (CAT), securing the future of Bath’s celebrated Mission Theatre, will go ahead after a Council watchdog panel rejected a challenge to the decision.
Proposals to move ahead with Active Travel Fund Schemes will boost sustainable transport options and enable more people to walk and cycle safely in Bath, say B&NES Lib Dems.
Liveable Neighbourhoods will “breathe new life” into residential areas, creating fairer, healthier connected communities and reducing the dominance of motor vehicles, say B&NES Lib Dems.
Designs for Liveable Neighbourhoods in Bath and North East Somerset will be developed with ward Councillors and communities, to ensure they have support before being put in place, a Council panel heard today.
B&NES Council Leader, Kevin Guy, has announced that the Lib Dem administration is putting on hold the proposed charges for rubble, plasterboard and tyres at recycling centres.
Speaking after the B&NES Council AGM on Tuesday 4th May, Council Leader Cllr Kevin Guy renewed the Liberal Democrat administration's total commitment to the goal of achieving the council's Net Zero target by 2030.
Councillor Kevin Guy has been confirmed as the new Leader of B&NES, following a vote at the Council AGM. Councillor Guy has announced the new Cabinet as well as priorities for the Lib Dem administration over the next two years.
The Lib Dems will propose delaying the implementation of changes to basic Councillor allowances by a year, in recognition of the impact of COVID-19 locally.