Between November 2020 and January 2021 we consulted with you on proposals to permanently strengthen on-street security within Bath City Centre’s busiest streets and spaces.
The proposed scheme combines:
- Vehicle access restrictions within the city centre’s most crowded streets.
- Strengthened secure vehicle access points controlled/operated by the Council’s CCTV control room
- New purpose designed reinforced static and sliding protective bollards and furniture
More than 500 consultation responses were received and these have now been collated and considered, along with the recommendations from an independent accessibility adviser. You can now read a summary of the outcomes of the accessibility study, as well as the summary of feedback in the consultation feedback report, ahead of the final decision that will be made at Cabinet later in the year.
Read the consultation feedback report
Read appendix 1 - consultation materials.
Read appendix 2 - consultation materials.
Read appendix 3 - consultation comments
Read the independent accessibility study
How to comment on the documents
This consultation is now closed.
City centre security accessibility study - Easy Read version (PDF)
Watch the accessibility study with British Sign Language (BSL) interpretation on our YouTube channel
Information about this consultation is available on request in other languages, audio, Braille, large print or other formats. To request another format please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 01225 39 40 41.
What happens next
Cabinet will consider the recommendations on next steps for the proposed schemes, alongside the consultation feedback report, the accessibility study, as well as any additional comments received, and will make a final decision at the Cabinet meeting on 20 July 2021. After that we will advertise any Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs).