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The demolition of Reliance House has been completed a week ahead of schedule by our contractor Smiths (Gloucester) Ltd.
The site will remain closed to the public until the car-park is officially opened in October 2018. We would ask people not to try to access the site during this period.
The Town Council are now reviewing the tender documents returned by potential contractors for the construction of the car-park and other associated works. The successful contractor will be announced in the coming weeks and construction will commence shortly afterwards.
Fri, 20 Jul 2018 12:49 by John Kay
Dursley Town Council will be opening up its office, Jacob's House, to the public on Saturday 14th July for the morning. Everyone is welcome and can drop in anytime between 9am and 1pm.
It's a great opportunity for people to come along and find out more about the Council, the work we do here in the office and our plans for the future, including the new car park in Long Street. It's also an opportunity to have a look around Jacob's House itself and find out more about the history of this beautiful listed building. More »
With the school Summer holiday fast approaching, people can pick up a copy of the Dursley Mini Cotswold Hare Trail for the kids (or drop off completed forms) for the chance to get a special Mayoral Certificate.
The Open House coincides with the 'Festive Dursley Summer Stalls' event which is taking place in the town centre on the same day and also the 'Dursley Carnival Music Festival' which is taking place on the War Memorial Recreation Ground from 13th to 15th July 2018.
(Jacob's House is located opposite the Market Place on Castle Street.)
Wed, 11 Jul 2018 16:00 by Leah Wellings
The demolition of Reliance House has reached week two and progress is now quite noticeable. Most of week one was limited to works to the inside of the building with asbestos being safely removed from site and the building being stripped of any reusable materials.
The actual demolition of the building is now underway, the materials will then be crushed on site and the majority will be used to form the base layers of the car-park. This will significantly reduce the material required to be moved from the site. More »
This part of the project is due to be completed by Smiths (Gloucester) Ltd on or before the 27th July 2018. » Less
Tue, 10 Jul 2018 07:54 by John Kay