Members’ Information


To find out more, please contact the Chairman


Where information is redacted, details are available to LCA members
on application to Robin Kerr (Chairman) | Email


Click on these links to download Lansdown Crescent Association documents:
Association Constitution (as amended following 2017 AGM)
Lansdown Crescent Association Carol Book, current edition, December 2017
Consent Form for the use of images in Association publications

LCA Garden Party, 10-9-2017

LCA Garden Party, 10-9-2017

Buses (15 January 2018) serving the Lansdown Crescent area are as follows:

31: Park and Ride/Milsom St: northbound stop ('Lansdown Grove') on Lansdown Road outside Hope House, southbound stop on Lansdown Road just below the Lansdown Grove Hotel: click here for details
620: bus station: click here for details
6, 6A, 7: bus station: our nearest northbound ('Belvedere') and southbound stops are on the corner of Lansdown Road and Camden Crescent: click here for details 
700: Cavendish Road/Sion Hill: click here for details
20A/20C: Bath Circular, serves the RUH: our nearest stops are in Julian Road: click here for details
Note that the number 2 bus no longer serves our area; since it was withdrawn, the 31 serves all stops on Lansdown Road throughout the day.


Winter Provisions:

Each winter grit bins are installed at either end of the Mews. The grit is provided by the Association; we would ask that residents are considerate when using this facility, as only a very thin scattering of grit goes a long way. Please remember that the main Lansdown Crescent road is gritted whereas the Mews and Somerset Lane are not!


Pavements:

Following reports from residents of dangerous conditions, the Association has recently obtained agreement from B&NES for our pavements to be jet-cleaned on a regular basis, starting in the first week of February 2016.



Dogs Walked in Upper Lansdown Mews (10 May 2018)

A resident of Upper Lansdown Mews has noted that the Mews has become a popular walk for dogs.  Several of these dogs are being walked off leads.  It is not illegal to do this (although if those dogs cause damage to persons, other animals, property and leave any mess, fines can be imposed.)
Traffic in the Mews has increased of late partly due to building works, van deliveries for food and internet shopping and the residents fear for the safety of the dogs.
Members are, therefore, advised to keep close control and ideally keep their pets on leads.


Dog fouling (22 April 2018)

Dog fouling is an offence, punishable by a £50 fine, and there’s been a lot of it in Upper Lansdown Mews recently. Please let us all be vigilant in detecting and preventing this objectionable and unhealthy practice. The B&NES website is helpful (search for ‘dog warden service’).