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Lib Dems Demand Better for Bath's air quality

Lib Dems say that, based on the current evidence, a Lib Dem-run Council would not charge cars for entering Bath’s clean air zone. However, the current plan is flawed and wider measures to reduce and manage traffic congestion, as well as cutting greenhouse gases, are needed.


B&NES Council to declare Climate Emergency

Councillor Rob Appleyard and campaigner Jo Wright hold a banner calling for action on climate change.

Bath and North East Somerset could join dozens of other Councils in declaring a Climate Emergency and pledging to take action to limit global warming.


Weston February Focus

The latest local news from Weston campaigners, Shelley Bromley and Ruth Malloy. 

 


Odd Down February Focus

The latest local news from Odd Down Councillor Steve Hedges and Lib Dem campaigner, Joel Hirst

 


Newbridge February Focus

The latest local news from Newbridge Councillor Michelle O'Doherty and campaigner, Mark Roper. 


Kingsmead February Focus

 


Bath Could Get A Proper Police Station

A proper proper police station could be on its way to Bath, following a campaign by the city’s MP Wera Hobhouse, and Councillor Dine Romero.


88% of Bath Residents Think Brexit Will Make It Harder To Fight Climate Change

A new poll of Bath residents has shown that 88% think Brexit will make it harder to for the UK to tackle climate change.


New city quarter must include affordable housing - Lib Dems

The Bath Quays North development in Bath City Centre has been granted outline planning permission, following a vote of the Council's development management committee this week (1 August 2018).


Lib Dems demand transparency over Council merger ideas

B&NES Council should tread cautiously as the debate over possible Council mergers develops, warns Lib Dem Councillor Paul Crossley.