Operating within the Place Directorate, Community Regeneration shares the vision articulated in the B&NES Public Services Board and the Economic Strategy: Bath and North East Somerset will be internationally renowned as a beautifully inventive and entrepreneurial 21st century place with a strong social purpose and a spirit of wellbeing, where everyone is invited to think big – a ‘connected’ area ready to create an extraordinary legacy for future generations.
The B&NES Economic Strategy provides the high level priorities which will deliver this vision for the people and place by providing the right infrastructure and connectivity.
The Divisional Director for Community Regeneration is John Wilkinson.
There are four service areas that deliver the vision and the Economic Strategy priorities, these are listed below.
Staff are located in Lewis House, Bath
- World Heritage site management
- A business unit managing the Council’s museums
- Archives and historic public venues;
Staff are based at various locations in Bath, Pump Rooms, Roman Baths, The Guildhall, Assembly Rooms, The Fashion museum & Victoria Art Gallery.
Economy and Culture
- Business support and engagement
- Employment and skills
- Inward investment and promotions
- Broadband rollout
- Arts development
- Tourism and the Film Office
Staff are located in Lewis House, Bath.
The current list of projects can be found on the Major projects web page.
Staff are located in Lewis House, Bath. The team comprises a manager, two senior development officers and 2 development support officers and a marketing/communications role.