Lansdown Crescent Association, Bath, UK

Bath, Somerset, United Kingdom

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Documents distributed to members
can be found here


Gallery 3
About the sheep | Sheep news
Please note that, as the field is let, there is no access either for residents or for the general public.
Last amended 15 November 2017
Gallery 89
Arrival of the Hope House crane,
9th June 2017
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Stephanie Higgins (Membership) | Email
This website is provided by the Lansdown Crescent Association for the use of all local residents, whether members or not.
Christmas 2017:
LCA Party 15 December and
Carol Singing 20 December

About the Association
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The Association was formed in 1983, and currently has 152 members. It exists to conserve and enhance the amenities of Lansdown Crescent and the surrounding streets, and to maintain and manage the grazing of the field in front of the Crescent and the area around it.

News and Noticeboard
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  • An interesting document: Particulars of Sale of Chapel House, 1926
  • Proposed Enhancements to Julian Road/Cavendish Road Junction, 7 November
  • Dixon Gardens and Upper Lansdown Mews: Incorrect Delivery of Gullproof Sacks, 31 October
  • Christmas 2017: LCA Party 15 December and Carol Singing 20 December
  • Millennium Green AGM, 22 November
  • Hope House Site Redevelopment Update, 26 October
  • Vigil and Sleep-In in Bath Abbey to mark the 30th anniversary of Julian House, Friday 17 November
  • Millennium Green Talk & Tea, 18 November, POSTPONED to Saturday 20 January
  • Helping to enforce the ban on coaches in Lansdown Crescent and the Places, 14 October
  • Hope House Hoardings - At Last: Apparently Effective Improvement to Sightlines, 11 October
  • Enforcement of 20mph limit in Cavendish Road, 8 October
  • 14 Lansdown Place East, planning application with consultation expiring 12 October 2017
  • Unapproved removal of ground floor partition at 11 Lansdown Place East, update 6 October
  • B&NES Parking Proposals, including prevention of loading outside the Lansdown Grove Hotel, 30 September
  • Telephone scams: warning to residents, 5 July (updated 30 September)
  • Winter in the Lansdown Crescent area
  • Beware aggressive joggers, 22 September 2017
  • Planned changes to refuse collections for the LCA area - update, 22 September
  • Federation of Bath Residents' Associations Winter Reception, 6 February 2018
  • 7 and 8 Lansdown Crescent, 17 September
  • Crime rates across Bath, 4 August 2017
  • Neighbourly Parking, May 2017
  • Parking on the Hope House Estate, 13 May

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  • Police and Neighbourhood Watch
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    The non-emergency Police telephone number is 101,
    or call the independent charity CRIMESTOPPERS anonymously on 0800 555 111

    Neighbourhood Watch national website: www.ourwatch.org.uk

    Planning and Development
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    The Association Committee keep an eye on any planning applications for development in the area, and endeavour to assist members of the Association over any problems they may have with neighbourhood planning applications.

    Robin Kerr (Chairman) | Email


    Lansdown Crescent Finials Project
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    More than 1000 finials remained missing from the railings of Lansdown Crescent and the Places for seventy years, having been sawn off in World War 2 to aid the war effort. In 2016, the Association coordinated a project to replace them.

    Robin Kerr (Chairman) | Email


    About the Area
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    Lansdown Crescent was designed by John Palmer and built between 1789 and 1793.