Sunday, 27 September 2009
Thursday, 24 September 2009
The council is considering extra houses around Bath on the 1 October. The area around Sulis Meadows has been made the second choice
The comments are:
As a result of our analysis option 2 is not recommended as the preferred option.
The main challenge for this location is that it is predominantely located within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Potential ecological impacts and impact on the historic environment would need to be effectively mitigated. The more limited capacity at this location is also a key factor.
There will be if passed consultation from 19th October to 11th December 2009.
The papers are at http://www.bathnes.gov.uk/committee_papers/Council/CO091001/07Core%20Strategy%20Spatial%20Options.htm
Friday, 18 September 2009
Thursday, 17 September 2009
Sunday, 6 September 2009
All NHS trusts have to foundation trusts, to do this they have to have members. Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership is having some meetings to explain what is going on.
Local mental health services - your chance to get involved
With one in four of us experiencing a mental health problem at any one time, mental wellbeing is everyone's business. Avon & Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership (AWP), which provides mental health and social care services for BANES, is planning to become an NHS Foundation Trust (FT).
Come and hear about our plans to run as an FT, share your views and sign up as a member. Members will help influence how we could improve our services. Anyone over 16 can become a member, whether a user of AWP's services, the carer of a service user, or simply if you care about mental wellbeing.
The closest meeting to us is
Saturday 19 September, St Luke's Church Centre, Bath: 1pm to 8pm
Over the next few decades, oil and other carbon fuel production will decline, and prices will rocket. We have to make the transition between an oil-
Bath has a movement http://www.transitionbath.org.uk/
We have looked at this before on the blog the saga of missing bins. We have seen 3 on our rounds. The bin at the top Rush Hill has not been replaced, while aslo there is one missing outside of Culverhay School, they normally get heavy use !
Also one missing in Kingsway next to the bus stop in Ambleside Road