June 2014 Newsletter

Welcome to this month’s Transition happenings in Bath… View this email in your browser June Newsletter In this edition: *|MC:TOC|*   Film: The Dash for Gas – Sat 14th June, 2pm  Come and find out what ‘fracking’ would mean for Bath. This is particularly relevant given the Infrastructure Bill announced in the Queen’s Speech. We’ll […]

Update on Housing Petition to Don Foster and B&NES Council

Thank you to the 187 of you who added your names to the petition we wrote to Don Foster on 30th May 2014 to ask him to support the amendment to the Deregulation Bill which would allow B&NES council to continue to specify higher sustainability standards for new house building in Bath. We also wrote a […]

Energy Efficient Widcombe’s Thermal Imaging Project 2014

Energy Efficient Widcombe were involved in the Transition Bath Thermal Imaging project in 2014 and surveyed 15 homes. They have written up an extensive report of their experiences, which is available here. Some of the images they took, showing a wide selection of the issues they came across are shown above. In summary, their conclusions for […]

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Housing Survey Analysis

A big thank you too to everyone who completed our housing survey – more 160 people completed the survey following its publication on our last newsletter email in March and via an article on the Bath Chronicle. Highlights of the survey results include Affordable homes with good transport links were the top priorities, closely followed […]

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Advice on making historic homes more energy efficient in Bath

We regularly get asked for general advice on how to make historic, typically Georgian Homes more energy efficient in Bath. Although there is no one answer to everyone’s questions here are some general pointers: The “Warmer Bath: A guide to improving the energy efficiency of traditional homes in the city of Bath” is an excellent starting […]