Tuesday, 31 July 2018

New Planning application for HMO in East Way

We have a new planning application to convert 16 East Way from a 4 bedroomed family home into an House of multiple occupation ( HMO ).

The application has just been submitted and is available for comments until 20th September.

If you wish to view the application or make comments or objections then please follow this link. 16 East Way 

Newton Road ( Road repairs delays likely )

Newton Road in Twerton is currently undergoing repairs to the road surface and there are two way traffic lights operating.

The works will take two days to complete and hold ups are likely.

Please avoid Newton Road if travelling by car today 31st July and tomorrow 1st August if at all possible.

Twerton High Street ( Potential traffic delays)

We have been informed of possible delays for traffic just under Twerton arch that will be in place between between 7th August to the 16th August,

Western Power are carrying out works in the-footpath and the highway and may be using traffic control signalling although I cant see the point as it is all one way.

The issue is that there is likely to be delays in traffic flows from the Lower Bristol Road into Twerton High Street and residents should be aware of possible delays.

Thursday, 26 July 2018

Reaching out across the generations Age concern latest newsletter. Can you help your neighbour.

Age concern do a lot to help elderly people in Twerton and the whole of Bath see what you can do to help them to help either yourself or your friends and neighbours.

If we all spent a bit of time helping others then the world will be a much better place.

A link to the newsletter is below


Wednesday, 25 July 2018

innox Park improvement its time to have your say.

Innox Park Improvement Project – Have Your Say!

Bath and North East Somerset Council is asking how Innox Park can be improved for people and wildlife.

A consultation survey has been launched to understand how the park is used, what people like and dislike about it and to ask what improvements should be made.  The Council hopes that this will be the start of a long term programme of improvements for the park and to kick start the process it has set aside £79,000 of Section 106 developer contributions to spend on improvements on the ground.

Anyone with an interest in the park is invited to take part in the consultation in one of the following ways:

1)       Complete the online survey consultation at www.bathnes.gov.uk/innoxpark
2)       Come along to Innox Park between 1.30pm and 3.30pm on Saturday 8th September 2018 when members of the Council will be on hand to hear your views. Copies of the consultation survey will be available on the day
3)       Email your suggestions on how the park could be improved to parks@bathnes.gov.uk

Completed surveys must be returned by 5pm on Sunday 30th September 2018 when the initial community consultation will close.

For further information please contact the Council’s Parks Team on parks@bathnes.gov.uk

You can also let myself or Sarah know.