Latest news & eventsForest of Dean News
Gloucestershire’s Joint Waste Team at the Forest of Dean District Council is asking residents to put a stop to the traditional waste of food over the whole Christmas period, especially on the big day itself.
Each year between October and November in response to a request by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) all councils carry out a national count of rough sleepers in England.
Forest of Dean District Council has hosted the first meeting of the Forest Youth Council which took place on Monday 19 November at council offices in Coleford.
Forest of Dean District Council’s Forest Economic Partnership (FEP) has scooped a special award for its economic support of local small businesses.
Members of the public with an interest in recycling attended the Forest of Dean District Council’s very first community waste and recycling panel meeting this week.
Forest of Dean District Council’s decision to issue an enforcement notice for a breach of planning control at Yorkley Court Gate near Lydney (Ref APP/P1615/C/18/3194339) has been upheld by the Planning Inspectorate.
Two new build housing schemes in the Forest of Dean District have been recognised at a prestigious awards ceremony held by the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) Gloucestershire.
The Forest of Dean District Council welcomes the announcement that toll charges on the Severn Bridge will now be scrapped before Christmas.
The Chairman of the District Council, Councillor Marrilyn Smart OBE, has chosen Forest Mental Health Carers Support Group as the local charity to receive her official support this year.
The High Sheriff of Gloucestershire, Charles Martell met with District Councillors and representatives of the recently formed Forest Economic Partnership.
Publica Group has demonstrated its commitment to support people with disabilities and long term health conditions by being awarded the Disability Confident Accreditation.
Publica Group is one of the case studies in a new national ‘Transformation in Localities Toolkit’ launched at the District Councils’ Network Spring Assembly.
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.
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.
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.
Page last updated 30th November 2018