Keeping taxes down AND investing in our City

Bath's Conservative councillors in the B&NES have this week approved a strong, well-researched, rigorous and balanced budget - making savings, increasing the Council's commercial income, and keeping Council tax rises down, while giving more money to frontline services, and to transport, housi

Home waste recycling shoots up in Bath

The new domestic rubbish collection system has come into force in Bath and North-East Somerset, and already it is proving hugely successful: recycling volumes are reportedly up over 10%, representing more than 50 tons a week extra being recycled - good news for Bath residents, for the City and fo

Conservatives move to strengthen Council investments: Lib Dems oppose

The Conservative administration in BathNES is seizing new opportunities granted to councils from central government to use income from sale of land and property to invest in additional income-generating assets and programmes.  The move is part of the effort to make the authority self-sufficient f

Council taking firm action to manage HMO proliferation

Plans to manage the growth and distribution of HMOs (Houses of Multiple Occupation) in Bath have been published by Bath & North East Somerset Council, and will be considered by the Council’s Cabinet on November 8.

Association says thanks for hard work

Bath Conservative Association has thanked all its members, campaigners and supporters for the efforts made to re-elect a Conservative Member of Parliament for Bath.