Yearly Archives: 2013

Rec Consultation

The Trust has issued an ‘open letter’ following the presentation by Bath Rugby of their proposals for the Rec. In summary, while Bath Preservation Trust supports the intention of Bath Rugby to substantially improve their Read More...

Bath’s Green Belt

Bath's green belt (and areas of the AONB) are under threat from major housing development in the Council’s new draft of the Core Strategy which will come under scrutiny from a Planning Inspector this autumn. Bath Preservation Read More...

Support for Retrofitting

Bath Preservation Trust today welcomed the adoption by B&NES Cabinet [last night] of supplementary advice on retrofitting listed buildings and undesignated historic buildings for energy efficiency. They also particularly Read More...

Download the No. 1 app

No. 1 Royal Crescent has a new app that is free to download. For more info click here Read More...

The Sack of Bath 40 years on

Adam Fergusson’s renowned 1973 book The Sack of Bath managed to halt the headlong destruction of those times, and saved some much-loved corners of the city, such as Walcot St, from the bulldozers. Adam Fergusson Read More...

Support No.1’s Restoration

Please consider joining the No.1 Fan Club or making a one-off donation. With the final £500,000 of our £5million project still to raise, any support you can give will be very much appreciated. To find out more and see how your Read More...

No 1 Royal Crescent reopens

No.1 Royal Crescent has reopened. The magnificent town-house, now reunited with its servants' wing, creates a wonderfully vivid picture of fashionable life in 18th century Bath. Each room is an exquisite example of Georgian Read More...

Housing on Bath greenfield sites

B&NES Council met on 4 March 2013 to agree changes to its Core Strategy to meet queries from the Planning Inspector. The Council agreed new housing numbers (12,700) and 7 sites across the district including, adjacent to Bath, Read More...

BPT student partnership sees Bath’s Rebecca Fountain conserved

The Bath Preservation Trust approached Architectural Stone Conservation students from City of Bath College and encouraged their successful submission of a conservation survey to Bath & North East Somerset Council, Read More...

Bath Preservation Trust disappointed at decision not to call in Western Riverside planning application

The Bath Preservation Trust has expressed great disappointment that the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government has decided not to call-in the planning application on Bath’s Western Riverside, and that therefore Read More...

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