Midsomer Norton, Bath,
Somerset - Updated 9 April 2007
On the 30 November 2006
the second full meeting of the Redfield Residents Association took place.
The Committee reported to
members the results of a comprehensive traffic survey, and suggested a set of ten
proposals which had been designed to tackle the congestion problems in the
There was a good turnout for
the meeting. The results of the survey provided much food for thought, giving
the first ever comprehensive picture of local traffic flows. A lively debate
then followed with members voting in favour of nine of the ten proposals.
"We believe that a more
comprehensive range of measures is needed which addresses the different
causes of congestion in different parts of the Redfield area", said Michael
Rich, Chairperson of the Association.
The Committee now plans
formally to present a set of proposals to B&NES in April.
The meeting also welcomed a
visit from P C Tony Rogerson, Local Beat Manager, who explained his role and
also that of the new Police Community Support Officer, Nathalie, who would
be patrolling the Redfield area.
Finally the meeting agreed to
hold an evening entitled "Redfield in Days Gone By" - on Thursday 1st March
2007 - with a sharing of reminiscences, photos and historical detail.
If you are a permanent
resident of the Redfield area and would like to join the Association,