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Homes England have received ministerial approval from the Right Hon Robert Jenrick, Minister for Housing, Communities and Local Government, to dispose of the Five Acres site to Forest of Dean District Council for £1.
Two former Forest of Dean residents have been convicted in relation to offences under the Animal Welfare Act 2006.
After a detailed investigation led by the Planning Enforcement team at the Forest of Dean District Council, the council has prosecuted two individuals for breaching a Planning Enforcement Notice under the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.
The Forest of Dean District Council is making fast progress on its initial actions set to tackle the climate emergency and become carbon neutral by 2030.
The Forest of Dean District Council declared a ‘Climate Emergency’ in December last year.
After declaring a ‘Climate Emergency’ at the end of last year, Forest of Dean District Council is moving forward with its work to reduce its carbon emissions.
Members of Forest of Dean District Council aim to make the District carbon neutral by 2030.
Meeting on 6 December, members noted the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) warning that enormous harm would result from a 2 degree Centigrade rise in global warming compared with the Paris Agreement’s limit of a 1.5 degree increase.