Travellers' sites plea
Campaigners have once again urged politicians to clarify the sites being considered for gypsy and traveller settlements in the Bath area.
Bath and North East Somerset Council cabinet members have said they are almost certain to drop the three most controversial sites – in Keynsham, Radstock and Stanton Wick.
But Rosemary Collard, who owns Snapdragons Nursery, which has just opened a new centre next to the earmarked Ellsbridge House plot, in Keynsham, told a meeting this week that uncertainty over the future of the site was disruptive for her business and said she needed to know that it was definitely not going to be designated as an official site for people moving through the area.
The local authority's cabinet was due to make a final decision to rule out the three locations last night, leaving sites at Whitchurch, and at Lower Bristol Road and Newbridge in Bath still in the frame. The council is to carry out further consultation next year on these and other sites.
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