Moving Out Campaign 2017

by oldfield on 9 March, 2017

This year’s campaign to help students in the community manage their waste when they move out gets underway this month. The Student Community Partnership have identified seven locations in the area where British Heart Foundation (BHF) collection banks will be placed between April and July. Last year donations through the banks and on campus collected just over £86,000 for the BHF. […]

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Developers have made a new application for Purpose Built Student Accommodation (PBSA) at the Wansdyke Business Centre. You can view and comment on the application on the Council’s Planning Portal by following this link. In a joint statement Will and Shaun said: “This application does not meet the needs of the community. The Universities are important […]

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Bath Bakery – Moorland Road – an update

by oldfield on 7 February, 2017

Will’s been speaking with Council Officers from the Public Protection Team who have dealing with the former Bath Bakery shop for the past few weeks. The situation is complicated by the fact Bath Bakery went into bankruptcy. The site was locked down by the Government’s Insolvency Service. Only people authorised by the Official Receiver can enter the site, […]

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Monksdale Road Allotments

by oldfield on 5 February, 2017

Plots are currently available on the Monksdale Road Allotments. Please visit the Allotments Page of the Council’s Website for details of how to apply. 

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Moorland Road Library

by oldfield on 1 February, 2017

We are aware that there are rumours on social media that there are plans to close the Moorland Road Library. This is not true, there are no current plans to close the library. What is true is that the Conservative run Council intend to make substantial cuts to library funding across Bath and North East […]

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Councillors slam HMO decision-making

by oldfield on 3 December, 2016

Will Sandry has criticised a Council planning decision which will see yet another HMO (House in Multiple Occupation) conversion in Oldfield, despite the controls introduced by the Lib Dems and despite the already high concentration of HMOs in the area. Furthermore, a request by Councillor Sandry for the decision to be debated and decided at a […]

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LED Street Lighting for Oldfield Ward

by oldfield on 30 May, 2016

Starting in mid June our street lights will be upgraded to low energy LED lights. Residents will be notified 2-3 weeks ahead of work starting in their streets. More information about the new lights is available on the Council Website.

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Family Playtime at the Sandpits

by oldfield on 20 July, 2015

The Council’s programme of free family play activities comes to the Sandpits Play area on Thursday 23 July between 2 and 4 pm The session will involve one or two simple play activities; this may include mud painting, kite making, traditional games, mini-beast hunts, family forest school, bat walks and more. The sessions will be led […]

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Thank You

by oldfield on 9 May, 2015

Shaun McGall and Will Sandry have been elected to represent the residents of Oldfield Ward until May 2019. Cllr Will Sandry said: “I’m so very pleased to have been re-elected and  I thank those who had confidence in me. I will continue to do my very best for our community”. Cllr Shaun McGall said: “It’s […]

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Report Back and Mini-Manifesto

by oldfield on 5 May, 2015

We’re releasing our report back about our achievements on behalf of the residents of Oldfield Ward over the past four years. Following your feedback we’ve also made a mini-mainfesto of the improvements we’d like to make in the Ward over the next four years if you elect us on Thursday. Follow this link for the full report back and mini manifesto

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