Bath and North East Somerset


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Bath and North East Somerset

(ˈsʌməsɛt)
n
(Placename) a unitary authority in SW England, in Somerset; formerly (1974–96) part of the county of Avon. Pop: 170 900 (2003 est). Area: 351 sq km (136 sq miles)
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NEWPORT City Council's chief executive Will Godfrey is leaving the authority after six years to join Bath and North East Somerset Council.
Speaking after he lost his seat, Mr Warren, who will remain leader of Bath and North East Somerset Council until the annual general meeting, said: "I feel we've been given a kicking for something that wasn't our fault.
Virgin Care is set to run more than 200 NHS services after a vote by Bath and North East Somerset councillors.
A planning application for the PS11.5 million project, which has created 50 jobs, was submitted to Bath and North East Somerset Council in February 2011, after extensive consultation.
The company added that it also delivers other highways contracts in the south-west region, including Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and Dorset, as well as highways maintenance for Bath and North East Somerset Council.
Bath and North East Somerset Council is appealing for the return of 21 banners that were hung in Bath when the Olympic flame passed through the city.
Jo Farrar will succeed John Everitt as the new chief executive of Bath and North East Somerset (BANES) council and is expected to begin her new role in August.
Bath and North East Somerset Council fear proposals for test drilling in the Mendip Hills could lead to exploitation of shale gas resources through "fracking", a process of hydraulic fracturing of the shale using high pressure liquid to release the gas.
The table is topped by Bath and North East Somerset councils, who recycled 20.6% last year.
Bath and North East Somerset council, which has spent pounds 20m on the project, said eight or nine glass panels had been damaged.
The Fire Brigade can now conduct disaster recovery operations which will cover 23 fire stations in Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.