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We're inviting people and organisations to suggest where land in the district could be used for housing in our annual assessment of possible sites.
Two of Biffa’s refuse crew have been hailed as heroes after going to the aid of an 80-year old Dymock resident who had fallen in the snow.
Pupils of Blakeney Primary School have been working with the District Council’s Street Warden Team to raise awareness of dog fouling in the village.
Members of the District Council attended the sell-out Severn Growth Summit at Celtic Manor, Newport on Monday 22 January, at the invitation of the Secretary of State for Wales Rt Hon Alun Cairns MP.
Local businesses, business clubs, schools, colleges and public sector organisations are invited to join a new Forest Economic Partnership.
Wednesday 22 November will see the start of the roll out of Universal Credit across the district for new benefit claimants.
Our Street Wardens have been awarded a Gold Footprint for the fourth year, as part of the RSPCA’s Community Animal Welfare Footprints scheme.
The FSB is collaborating with the District Council to raise awareness of how small businesses can improve their chances of winning procurement contracts.
The Forest of Dean District Council is keen to support the efforts of the LEADER programme as they call out for new applications for rural business grants.
A persistent noisy neighbour from Lydney has been ordered to pay a total of £1,220 by a court after being found guilty of breaching a noise abatement notice.
Taxi and private hire drivers across the district are receiving free training sessions to help them identify the signs of exploitation.
Midcounties Co-operative has withdrawn the legal challenge to the Council’s decision to grant planning permission for a retail store at Steam Mills in Cinderford.
Page last updated 27th February 2017