Sunday, 30 November 2008
It doesn't mean the whole area will be closed down, just the areas of expansion.
The owners will have a right of appeal.
You can read the decision below
Bath's MP Don Foster said, “This is a sensible, practical way of reducing the number of HGVs getting stuck on inappropriate routes in our city, and can also help to reduce through traffic. It is pleasing that these companies are willing to work with local communities to improve the service they provide.“We need to find out more about this scheme and start playing catch up so that we can work with Somerset County Council in producing effective alternative routes. It is time that there was real action on this issue.”
Sunday, 23 November 2008
Why do we feel things are wrong ?
The route would mean that hundred's of houses are over looked by the route way, as the old railway is elevated above the gardens of all of the houses.
The cost of the route along the Lower Bristol Road has not been properly explored, the officers are putting forward such poor answers.
All the new houses if the Bath urban extension goes ahead are to the South of the river, the route is to the North of the River.
The costs are likely to be higher than estimated, so much hasn't be taken into account.
and, it will save two minutes on the journey time.
If you want to look at the objectors view use this link.
Sunday, 9 November 2008
If you agree where could they go ? let us know.
If you want to see what we are thinking about something like these
Vandal proof, heavy duty
Sunday, 2 November 2008
We attended the Odd Down showcase, an event that was held to showcase things that were going on in Odd Down. We were surprised at how much is going on.
The picture is us at the event, we hold the surgery every Saturday at the Community Centre, Odins Road between 10.00 and 11.00
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