The scheme introduces a simple, yet elegant combination of natural Pennant stone paving and high quality street furniture to restore and enliven a key component of the City’s public realm. The previous highway has become a vibrant ‘Shared Space’ allowing pedestrians and shoppers to reclaim the street whilst maintaining essential vehicle access for deliveries. The quality materials, tones and textures all serve to showcase the qualities of the World Heritage Site.
The public realm project embraces the Council’s Public Realm and Movement Strategy and Bath Pattern Book to restore Bath’s unique ‘sense of place’ through distinctive designs and an investment in quality materials.
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