An appraisal was undertaken which identified cherished natural and designed assets, including garden spaces and views of the Bath skyline. Opportunities were identified to promote green assets and positively manage boundary vegetation.
Key points of arrival were identified and pedestrian and cycle routes were mapped. A series of existing and new garden spaces would provide an opportunity to form green ‘stepping stones’.
Bath and North East Somerset Council and local stakeholders were consulted. The plan has since informed development plans and has been referenced in the Council’s Bath Place Making Plan.
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