Tuesday, 30 November 2010
Ward: Odd Down App Ref: 10/04572/OUT
Registered: 24th November 2010 Expiry Date: 23rd February 2011
Location: Crescent Office Park Clarks Way Odd Down Bath Bath And North East Somerset
Grid Ref: (E)373178 - (N)162650 LB Grade: N/A
Proposal: Erection of a 60 bed residential care home (Use Class C2) with associated car parking and servicing.
Officer: Andrew Strange
Applicant: Kenwright Developments
Development Planning Partnership
14 Windsor Place
Monday, 22 November 2010
Wednesday, 17 November 2010
The story in the Chronicle paper is below
As far as we are concerned the fight continues, at worst if we can when teh council if up for elections in May we will reverse this decision.
Sunday, 14 November 2010
If you want to write to the council about Sainsbury's alcohol license you need to use the following headings.
In your representation you should explain why you think this specific premises will cause problems in relation to one or more of the licensing objectives, which are:
The Prevention of Crime and Disorder
The Prevention of Public Nuisance
Public Safety (ie the safety of persons on the licensed premises)The Protection of Children From Harm
Saturday, 13 November 2010
The council has carried out speed traffic counts in Rush Hill"Traffic data attached. It was collected outside 100 Rush Hill. The figures we work to are the 85th%ile speeds for each day shown alongside 12H to 24 H. The overall figures are about 31 mph which are within acceptable tolerance for a 30 mph. Police usually will enforce only at over 34 mph."
Wednesday, 10 November 2010
Asked the question below, as nothing has happened for all the meetings I have attended, one officer no money this what happens.
Q.6: From Cllr Nigel Roberts for Cllr Charles Gerrish:
Please could the Executive member report on what the Council is doing to ensure that the Wansdyke through Odd Down is safeguarded and that the footpath that runs along the Wansdyke is passable for walkers.
The section of the Wansdyke earthwork that runs through Odd Down and South Stoke is a Scheduled Ancient Monument. This is a national designation placing legal restrictions and obligations on the relevant land owner, which are enforced by English Heritage (on behalf of DCMS). Due to ongoing management problems and anti-social behaviour affecting this section of the Wansdyke, the council’s Archaeological Officer has hosted meetings of the local ward councillors (including Cllr Roberts), South Stoke parish councillors, English Heritage, interested local residents, the Police, PROW Officers and Parks Officers. As a result of these meetings English Heritage are keen to establish a monument management strategy/plan for this stretch of the monument, and with the agreement of the above working group have produced a brief for the management plan.
Thursday, 4 November 2010
I would like to raise to your attention a forth coming public meeting being chaired by Don Foster MP on Bath's over-flying aircrafts. A number of residents have been in contact with Don to raise concerns about this issue. As a result, a public meeting has been organised with Cllr Peter Edwards (who is a member of the Airport’s Consultative Committee) and Bristol International Airport's Community Liaison Manager, Mike Littleton. The meeting will take place at 6:30pm in the Brunswick Room in the Guildhall on the 19th November. All are welcome.
Details of application:
New Premises Licence
4 November 2010
Last date for representations:
2 December 2010 (29 days from date received)
Sale of Alcohol Every Day 06:00 - 00:00
Late Night Refreshment Every Day 23:00 - 00:00
This is the reason for the application
It is proposed that the additional antenna on the existing mast will be utilised to expand the existing regional Real Time Passenger Information system for public transport buses, into the Bath area. This will allow the position of buses and their relative arrival times at the various stops to be displayed. It will also allow the efficiency of the bus network to be evaluated and the system also incorporates a voice channel which will allow contact between the driver and control.
Tuesday, 2 November 2010
NHS Bath and North East Somerset is undertaking an assessment of local pharmacy services. This can be found on our website at
This is to ensure we have got the right services in the right places to meet the need of residents. As part of this consultation we are inviting you to make your comments by completing our online survey (will be live on website this week) or by downloading the questionnaire and returning to the address supplied.
The closing date for the consultation is Friday December 31 2010.
I would also appreciate if you can either:
- Forward this email to an interested party; and
- Discuss this document at the appropriate forum within your organisation.
Operating on Thursday evenings from 11 November to 23 December, plus 26 & 27 November and 3, 4, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 17, 20, 21 & 22 December.
Sunday and Public Holiday service operating on 14, 21 & 28 November and 5, 12, 19, 27 & 28 December.
Extra Saturdays journeys on 27 November & 4, 11 & 18 December.