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Artists Denman and Gould have been appointed to deliver two landmark public artworks for Lydney as part of the £2.1million Destination Lydney Harbour project, funded by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government's Coastal Community Fund.
Parking is now quicker and easier than ever thanks to a new app being launched by Forest of Dean District Council.
A grant aimed at new businesses and social enterprise start-ups has been announced by Forest of Dean District Council.
This week sees the launch of Keep Britain Tidy’s Great British September Clean (11-27 September) - the national campaign which encourages more of us to get involved in keeping litter off our streets and out of the environment.
Leader of the Forest of Dean District Council welcomes a new report on local government reorganisation
Councillor Tim Gwilliam, Leader of the Forest of Dean District Council has welcomed a new report by the District Council Network (DCN) on local government reorganisation.
Forest of Dean District Council has today announced a new partnership with the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) aimed at helping firms across the district in their recovery from the disruption of the coronavirus pandemic.
Forest of Dean District Council is working in partnership with local authorities across the South West in urgently calling on the Government to provide funding to safeguard the future of leisure centres.
On Wednesday 29th July 2020 the council hosted part 1 of an online development event for the creation of a Climate Emergency (CE) Community Partnership in the Forest of Dean.
As first reported in March 2020, the Council has undertaken a trial on its gas central heating system to improve its energy efficiency and lower the associated carbon emissions. EndoTherm, a gas saving central heating additive, was piloted by the council for two months from 3rd March 2020.
Forest of Dean District Council has become the latest Institutional investor to sign up with FOLK2FOLK, the local lending company. By investing via FOLK2FOLK, the council will be helping to fund business loans to SMEs in the Forest of Dean.
The Cabinet of Forest of Dean District Council has confirmed a plan to reopen “dryside” facilities at four leisure centres in the district, as well as the pool facilities at Lydney Leisure Centre.