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Time is of the essence as residents invited to have their say on Forest of Dean District Council’s plans to step up the climate emergency response
Residents, organisations and businesses in the Forest of Dean are being asked what they think about the District Council’s proposals for driving forward the local response to the climate crisis.
Don’t lose your voice - residents in the Forest of Dean urged to check their voter registration details
Local residents are being reminded not to lose their voice on decisions that affect them by making sure their electoral registration details are up to date.
It will be easier for housing developers, builders and residents wanting to extend their existing properties, to go green from now on following the launch of a revolutionary new online toolkit packed full of help and advice.
Forest of Dean Council to invite residents to help with building a Local Plan for the future of the Forest
Forest of Dean District Council is inviting local residents, groups and businesses to take part in new engagement forums to help plan for the future of housing, businesses and wider growth in the Forest of Dean.
Forest of Dean District Council (FODDC) has prosecuted an individual for offences relating to the Animal Welfare Act 2006.
Organisations across the Forest of Dean are being called on to join a new community-led partnership to speed up the response to the climate emergency.
Forest of Dean District Council has agreed to buy the Five Acres site as an initial step towards redeveloping the site and creating exciting new leisure, enterprise and community facilities for the Forest.
Forest of Dean District Council has prosecuted Anthony Pearson from Littledean for Fly-tipping and failing to produce a valid waste license under the Environmental Protection Act 1990.
Forest of Dean District Council have once again come in under budget for the second year in a row, meaning services have been delivered efficiently for local taxpayers while also managing the pressures of the coronavirus pandemic.
Energy captured from the sun will soon help power the Forest of Dean District Council’s offices in Coleford, bringing projected savings in the region of 10k in electricity costs and reducing the Council’s carbon footprint by around 20 tonnes every year.
Forest of Dean District Council has today been successful in a contempt of court application against Mr Graham Wildin for a breach of planning laws with a sentence passed by the High Court in Cardiff.
Another Forest of Dean resident is celebrating a £2,000 win on the Forest Lottery, the second win of that amount in the past month, alongside three £250 wins.