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Public has say on city's streets

People in Bath will be able to have a say on how the city's streets and open spaces are improved in line with its status as a Unesco World Heritage Site.

Bath and North East Somerset Council says it is committed to "rediscovering a vibrant public life" to benefit residents and visitors.

A full public consultation is under way looking at plans for the city's future development.

A public meeting to discuss ideas is to be held on Tuesday 27 January.



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