Bath based SETsquared innovators celebrate being in the Top 50.
The lastest Tech Nation report has been published. The report is produced by Tech City UK, the UK government backed tech business support organistion.
Creative Bath invites local creative and tech businesses to put their collective brainpower to considering the challenges faced by businesses looking for office space in the city.
The team is hosting a discussion event with a panel of expert presenters on November 28th at Komedia.
The Bath Quays Project team is delighted to be participating and will be sharing news about our programme, what the project includes, when to expect it and what types of spaces will be available when it is complete.
Other speakers on the panel include Interaction, The Guild, Living Map and TCN who will be bringing forward Newark Works on Bath Quays.
We hope to meet lots of the creative and tech businesses in Bath. Tickets are still available for the event at Komedia 6.30pm-8pm Nov 28. And it’s free!
Richard Wyatt and the Bath Newseum team has visited the Bath Quays Waterside construction site to record some footage of the excavations.
The film has been published on youtube and features an interesting interview with Cai Mason of Wessex Archaeology. Cai and his team are working hard to record all the findings along the quayside during the building work.
Discoveries include the remains of an Eighteenth century parchment works, uncovering the different areas of the works where the animal skins would have been prepared for printing.
The floodworks scheme is due to be completed during the winter and more information about the scheme itself is available by checking out the Bath Quays Waterside section of the B&NES website.
Bath Quays Flood Works
The diggers have arrived onsite to begin the excavation works to Bath Quays North.
Since the closure of Green Park Road and the adjustments to the road circulations, contractors have been able to carry out essential archaeological exploration and divert services from the river bank.
With that work now complete, the first stage of the flood alleviation scheme has begun. Diggers are creating the new riverside environment which will ultimately provide flood protection for 100 properties in the area as well as a brand new terraced park. For further information about the Bath Quays Waterside project, please visit the information pages on B&NES Council website.