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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.
Bath Christmas Market will be extended for an additional week as part of the council’s commitment to support stall holders and traders as they recover from the impact of Covid-19.
B&NES Lib Dems are committed to tackling the climate emergency and delivering real improvements for residents. Our Cabinet took great strides this week by approving the first strategic Active Travel Scheme routes and 15 schemes for the first phase of Liveable Neighbourhoods.
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.