The Stroud District Local Plan was adopted in November 2015 and sets out a planning strategy for distributing development within the District and policies for protecting and conserving the natural and built environment. The current plan covers the period to 2031.
Stroud District Council started the process of reviewing the current Local Plan in 2017 to cover the period to 2040. It is important that... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 04 Dec 2018 13:32 by John Kay
At Friday's successful Festive Dursley event, the Mayor Neil Grecian presented the awards to the winners of the 2018 Festive Window Display.
The entries were judged by the Mayor, Cllr Tom Arnold (Festive Dursley), Kathleen Hanbury (The Door Youth Project) and some members of the Vibe Youth Sessions.
Mayor Grecian said "it is getting more difficult to judge this event each year, with more entries and... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 03 Dec 2018 11:30 by John Kay
Only a few days to go until 2018 Festive Dursley event on Friday 30th November...
THE LIGHTS SWITCH ON
Our lights will be switched on at 6pm by our Town Mayor Neil Grecian, and Celebrity Guest Ben Nelmes from the Jersey Four.
Characters from Robin Hood will also be making an appearance!
FESTIVE DURSLEY ROAD CLOSURES
Parsonage Street will be closed to all vehicles from 2pm
Castle Street (one hour) will be... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 27 Nov 2018 12:48 by Anita Gambie
Dursley Town Council can now confirm that our Civil Engineering contractor Alun Griffiths (Contractors) Ltd will commence work on the car park construction on the week commencing Monday 26th November 2018.
The scheme had been delayed due to the requirement for a planning amendment permission and a legal agreement for a new retaining wall which had not been part of the original design. These permissions... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 23 Nov 2018 12:29 by John Kay
Dursley Town Council is pleased to announce that following the referendum held on Thursday 15th November the Future Dursley - Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP) was approved.
The turnout for the election was 31.7% with 85.5% voting for the plan to be approved. The Future Dursley NDP will now be used to determine planning applications in the local Dursley area.
Dursley prepared the Neighbourhood Development... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 19 Nov 2018 09:35 by John Kay
Today (Thursday 15th November) is polling day for the referendum on "Future Dursley" our proposed Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP).
All Dursley residents who are registered on the electoral register are eligible to vote and the Town Council would urge that you do so.
The NDP will require a positive response from over 50% of those who cast their vote to become an official document in the planning... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 15 Nov 2018 09:25 by John Kay
At November's meeting of Council the Councillors co-opted local resident Tom Arnold to fill the vacant Councillor position for the Highfields Ward.
Since moving to Dursley, Cllr Arnold has been an active member of the Festive Dursley committee, including organising the street party to celebrate the royal wedding of Prince Harry & Megan Markle.
Tom said "I'd like to increase my contribution to the... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 13 Nov 2018 14:49 by John Kay
Gloucestershire County Council are looking for views on proposals for additional no waiting at any time restrictions and a short section of one-way leading to Bymacks Lane at the new road layout on Long Street.
The consultation is now open and views should be submitted to GCC on or before 30th November 2018.
Anyone who wishes to formally comment, either for or against the proposals will need to write... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 09 Nov 2018 10:13 by John Kay
The Town Council has a vacancy for a Town Councillor in the Highfields Ward following the resignation of Cllr Wayne Paice.
This vacancy can now be filled by co-opting a member of the public to the Council. Any interested persons are invited to write to the Town Clerk to confirm their eligibility and why they would like to join the Council.
Full details of who is eligible to apply are available on the... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 26 Oct 2018 13:15 by John Kay
New Railings have been installed in the centre of Dursley as part of a project funded by Dursley Town Council to improve the visual appearance of this prominent part of town. These decorative railings run from the rear of Barclays Bank around the edge of a small grassy area off Castle Street.
It is anticipated that visitors to the town will appreciate this more attractive entrance, via the link, to... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 24 Oct 2018 09:24 by Anita Gambie