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Forest of Dean District Council invites residents, communities and businesses across the district to have their say on the new local plan strategy by taking part in a public consultation, beginning today, 1st August 2022.
Following a national BBC campaign, the village of Berry Hill has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Community Group category for 2022’s BBC Gloucestershire's Make a Difference Awards.
With demolition at Five Acres now complete, Forest of Dean District Council are progressing with the redevelopment and design of the new leisure, enterprise and education facility at Five Acres, with leading independent property, construction and infrastructure consultancy Pick Everard chosen to assist on the project.
Following good partnership working between the Council and Platform Housing Group, construction has begun on a new housing development in Newent which will deliver 40 affordable homes to residents.
The future of outdoor pitch sports in Forest of Dean has been strengthened with the adoption of the Council’s Playing Pitch Strategy, which was approved at a meeting of the Council’s Cabinet last week (14 July 2022).
Forest of Dean District Council are underlining their commitment to attracting visitors to the area by extending their partnership with Forest of Dean and Wye Valley Tourism until 2025, working with partners to showcase the best of what the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley has to offer.
Forest of Dean District Council have shortlisted 10 projects to receive funding from the first year of the Government’s recently announced UK Shared Prosperity Fund.
Forest of Dean District Council have created a new Animal Welfare Charter to go above and beyond in their protection of animals from unnecessary suffering and neglect, working with partners and the local community to ensure animals are cared for correctly.
The Council’s draft Local Plan Strategy - ‘Our Plan’ will be heard at the next meeting of the Forest of Dean District Council’s (FoDDC) Cabinet on Thursday 14 July at 5.30pm.
The overflow section of Lydney’s Newerne Street car park will be locked overnight after reports of antisocial behaviour.
The Forest of Dean District Council Street Warden team is now able to issue Civil Penalty Notices to people caught littering from vehicles.
Forest of Dean District Council, Freedom Leisure and The Dean Academy have set up a new partnership to reduce carbon emissions and energy costs at the Leisure Centre and school in Lydney.