News

‘Making Changes’ hot off the press!

We are pleased to announce today the launch of a new publication giving guidance on how to make changes to listed buildings in Bath. Endorsed by Historic England and produced with the support of B&NES Council’s Historic Read More...

Civic Day lunchtime walk 16 June

To celebrate 50 years of conservation areas..... Bath’s conservation area was first designated in 1968, following the introduction of the Civic Amenities Act in 1967 which made provision for conservation areas. It was one of Read More...

Anyone for coffee @ Society Café?

On the Thurs 22nd June please do come along to the Society Cafe (Kingsmead) 10-11.30am where BPT staff will be on hand to chat and answer your questions on planning, heritage or listed building issues.  We are happy to talk Read More...

Drop-in Planning ‘Surgeries’

The Trust is running two planning surgeries for Trust members and interested members of the public  to attend if they wish to ask questions on any aspect of planning and Read More...

GWR Electrification…..Good News?

The Trust is pleased that the two listed building  applications for alterations to listed bridges in B&NES  (Pixash Bridge and Clay Lane bridge) have been withdrawn. We had OBJECTED to these applications on the grounds that Read More...

Best Tourism Attraction in Bath!

A Charity can be a great Business, too! No.1 Royal Crescent won the Leisure and Tourism Business of the Year award at the Bath Chronicle Business Awards (11 September), proving that you don’t Read More...

National award for Education!

Top of the class! Polly Andrews, Education Officer for Bath Preservation Trust, has taken the education programme offered at No 1 Royal Crescent to new heights  by winning a prestigious Sandford Award. Ratified by the Read More...

Job vacancies

There are currently no vacancies at Bath Preservation Trust. Read More...

B&NES Core Strategy latest

The Planning Inspector has issued his final report on the B&NES Core Strategy, the planning blueprint for Bath and environs until 2026. The Trust had campaigned throughout that the areas of Bath's Green Belt which the Read More...

BPT objects to Ensleigh housing

Bath Preservation Trust has regretfully objected to the planning application for 180 houses on the old MOD site at Ensleigh because in the Trust’s view the layout and design of the site fail to respect the distinctiveness of the Read More...

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