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Crest Nicholson to showcase plans

Plans to build 2,300 new homes on derelict industrial land close to Bath city centre will be put under the spotlight next week.

Housebuilder Crest Nicholson has organised a public exhibition of its proposals for the Western Riverside on Tuesday.
The scheme has been given approval in principle from Bath and North East Somerset Council but progress is currently on hold pending a final decision by Communities Secretary Hazel Blears.
Representatives of Crest, architects Feilden Clegg Bradley, site engineers Buro Happold, landscape designers Grant Associates and the council will give presentations and answer questions.
The meeting will take place at the Hilton Hotel on Walcot Street from 7pm.