13th May 2022

Network Rail to begin railway bridge replacement in September

Work to replace the St Margaret Street railway bridge is due to begin in September, this...
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20th April 2022

Road resurfacing on St Margaret’s Street to begin in early May

A temporary suspension of the one-way order on St Margaret’s Street will come into force in May...
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24th March 2022

The results of the Future of Transport consultation to be discussed by councillors

On Tuesday, 29 March the Sustainable Transport Committee will meet to discuss the results of the...
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22nd February 2022

Woolley Street – Sewer Works

Parts of Woolley Street will temporarily close in April due to sewer repairs.  Woolley Street...
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9th February 2022

Highway Code changes

At the end of January, important changes to the Highway Code came into force. In total, the...
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8th February 2022

Town Council Strongly Objects to Wiltshire Council Proposals to Increase Car Parking Charges

Bradford on Avon Town Council is taking a strong stance against plans by Wiltshire Council to raise...
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2nd December 2021

Update on our ‘Future of Transport’ Consultation

We have now had over 1,000 responses to our 'Future of Transport' questionnaire and interactive...
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7th October 2021

Traffic Consultation

Consultation The Temporary Social Distancing Scheme has certainly raised a range of opinions about...
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19th July 2021

Wiltshire Council statement on Social Distancing Scheme

Following their meeting earlier today to discuss the future of Social Distancing Schemes including...
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14th July 2021

Full Council discusses Social Distancing Scheme

At the Full Council meeting on 6th July, Town Councillors unanimously agreed the following motion...
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16th June 2021

Update on COVID-19 Social Distancing Traffic Scheme

Many residents are keen to understand what is likely to replace the temporary Covid-19 Social...
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2nd June 2021

Councillor priorities for coming year laid out

Town councillors met yesterday for their first annual conference of the new term.  Among many...
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