Why does Bath get all the plumbs?
For two years now we have had lectures from the government on the need for local authorities to cut spending and reduce services. Then we had a resolution come to the Bath and North East Somerset Council meeting on September 13 asking us to approve borrowing £3 million from the government's Revolving Infrastructure Fund via the West of England Local Economic Partnership for flood mitigation measures in Bath.
While I am all in favour of sites being made safe for industrial and residential use along the Bath river corridor, I want to know why there is nothing for Midsomer Norton. We are being pressed to deliver greater housing numbers in a revised Core Strategy, yet residents lives in the Withies Park area are made a misery by water pouring through their garages.
Of course I welcome any conversion to Keynesian economics as a means to regenerate our economy, but why does Bath get all the plums?
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