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Since joining the Forest Lottery in late 2019, Forest of Dean Dog Rescue has raised over £4,000 to support and care for dogs in the district, continuing their work to provide an incredible service for animals in the community.
A new café, public toilets and visitor information hub is now open at Lydney Harbour as part of the Forest of Dean District Council’s Destination Lydney Harbour regeneration project.
Forest of Dean District Council is delighted to formally announce completion for the purchase of the Five Acres site in Berry Hill from Homes England for £1.
Residents and businesses in the Forest of Dean are being asked to give their views on the District Council’s spending plans as it prepares its budget for the next financial year.
Forest of Dean District Council is rolling out a project to tackle the climate emergency in the district, helping communities lower their carbon footprint and giving residents the opportunity to offset some of their carbon emissions.
People in need of affordable housing in Coleford will soon have an opportunity to apply for affordable homes at the Tufthorn Avenue site in Coleford. The new development, which has been built on a brownfield site, will include 45 affordable rental properties and 19 shared ownership opportunities.
The Forest Lottery has continued its good works by securing valuable funding for local charity Forest Read Easy Deal (FRED), enabling vital support for adults across the district to develop their reading and writing skills.
Forest of Dean District Council has now allocated start-up grants for a number of businesses since the start of 2021 helping to support local businesses make their first steps, creating jobs and helping to grow the local Forest economy.
Over forty businesses in the Forest of Dean can go into winter confident that they are Covid safe after taking part in free Covid Safety training delivered by Forest of Dean District Council.
The first modular housing development in the Forest of Dean is nearing completion at Mannings Farm, Drybrook, with the first residents expected to move in in early December.
Forest of Dean District Council has secured 680 FloodSax and 62 Hydrosnake emergency flood defences, which will be distributed to at-risk towns and parishes throughout the district, to aid residents should flooding occur.
Forest of Dean District Council has started planting 149 trees along Harbour Road as part of the Destination Lydney Harbour regeneration project.