FoBRA's Chairman addressed the full Council on 10th Oct 19 about the lack of communication and engagement with the public of the Rec Trust (which owns the Recreation Ground, amongst other land around Bath), calling for greater openness.
A response to this from the Chairman of the Rec Trust was issued on 6th Nov 19. See 'Papers & Blogs' tab on this website for full texts of both statements.
FoBRA wrote to the Chronicle about the availability of recycling centres after ... »
FoBRA's Executive met (virtually), on 27th April, and agreed: • To co-opt ... »
FoBRA has responded to WECA's bus strategy consultation. The full text can ... »
On 30 Dec the Council invited all those who attended one of ... »
FoBRA has responded to the Council's Clean Air Plan consultation. See 'Papers ... »
FoBRA's Chairman addressed the full Council on 10th Oct 19 about the ... »
FoBRA has objected to the proposals for expansion of Bristol Airport; in ... »
The Cabinet approved the proposed Clean Air Plan for Bath on 5 ... »
See "Minutes & Reports/Papers" on this website for the Vice Chairman of ... »