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Local Plan Review Issues and Options

CONSULTATION NOW CLOSED - Our Issues and Options Discussion Paper, posed a series of questions to help focus consultation feedback.
The consultation sought views and suggestions about particular topics, issues, needs and opportunities mentioned by this Discussion Paper. And we also wanted to hear if you thought the Discussion Paper had missed anything.


The first stage was  the Issues and Options Public Consultation which ran for eight weeks between 11th October 2017 and 5th December 2017.

How could you get involved?

The purpose of this consultation was to understand:-

  • Which issues relating to the places you live, work or visit in Stroud District are of particular concern to you today?
  • Are there matters that are likely to grow in importance over the next 20 years?
  • What are the options for addressing them? Public exhibitions: We held drop-in sessions and exhibitions around the District during October and early November 2017. Officers working on the Local Plan review were on hand to chat about the issues affecting Stroud District and to talk through your initial views.
  • We want people to engage early on in the process so that responses can be fed into the next stage of the review of the Local Plan.

Wotton under Edge 

Town Hall, Market Street 

Saturday 21st October, 9.30 – 12.30pm 


Village Hall, Green Lane

Thursday 26th October, 3pm – 6.30pm 


Subscription Rooms, George Street

Saturday 28th October, 9.30 – 12.30pm


Town Hall, Salter Street

Thursday 2nd November, 3pm – 6.30pm


Town Hall, High Street 

Saturday 4th November, 9.30 – 12.30pm 


Mortimer Room, Old Market 

Wednesday 8th November, 3pm – 6pm 


Village Hall, The Street 

Thursday 9th November, 3pm – 6.30pm 


Methodist Hall, Castle Street

Saturday 11th November, 9.30 – 12.30pm


Town Hall, Victoria Square

Tuesday 14th November, 3pm – 6.30pm


Parish Council Office

Thursday 16th November, 3pm – 6.30pm


Documents: The Stroud District Local Plan Review - Issues and Options Paper


We have produced an initial report on the 'headline' consultation results:

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