Find out more about our proposed Long Stay Car Park
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The Town Council Office will close to the public at 3pm on Friday 15th December.
Monday 18th - Friday 22nd December
The Town Council staff will be archiving our historic files and records on these dates and will only deal with urgent enquiries from the public during this time.
Friday 22nd December 2017 to Tuesday 2nd January 2018
The office will close at 12pm on Friday 22nd December and reopen to the public at 10am on Tuesday 2nd January 2018.
In the event of an emergency the Councillors contact details are available on the Town Council's website.
The Councillors and Staff at the Town Council would like to wish all residents, businesses and visitors to Dursley a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. » Less
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 09:00 by John Kay
Many of the shops will be open in Dursley on Christmas Eve.
Please show your support for the local shops and take advantage of this opportunity to get those important last minute things.
Please check with the individual shops for opening times.
Thu, 14 Dec 2017 12:22 by John Kay
Dursley Town Council are pleased to announce that we completed the purchase of Reliance House (former newspaper office) site in Long Street, Dursley. The Town Council bought the site for £475,000, a sum that was significantly below the asking price.
The Town Council's aim is to use this prominent town centre location for a long stay car-park, which will benefit visitors, walkers, business owners, traders, employees and local residents. More »
We previously announced in June that our aim was to obtain planning permission for the demolition of the existing building and to create a new car parking facility for the town. This permission was confirmed by Stroud District Council in September following a huge display of public support.
The Town Mayor, Cllr Neil Grecian said "a lot of work has gone on behind the scenes and I am pleased that we have achieved our objective of securing the purchase of this plot in 2017. Now the next phase commences to facilitate the construction of a new long stay car park for Dursley."
The Town Council have appointed a new Committee to facilitate and manage the car park project, this new Committee will be chaired by Cllr Symon Ackroyd.
Cllr Ackroyd said "I am pleased that my fellow Councillors unanimously appointed me as Chair and I look forward to progressing this project in the new year. There is a lot of work in front of us and the new Committee will be meeting in January to agree a consultant to advise the Council through the procurement process and to allow the appointment of the best contractor.
Cllr Ackroyd noted "the site will remain unoccupied prior to the demolition of the building; the site is subject to quite strict conditions and unfortunately it is not possible to meet the planning conditions to allow temporary use by the public".
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 11:27 by John Kay