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What is an Abandoned Vehicle? (ABV) An abandoned vehicle is one that appears not to be in regular use, usually 3 months or more (unless on private land with the landowner or occupier's permission) for which no owner can be found or traced. The…
What we do when items are left behind.
Anti-social Behaviour (ASB) covers a range of unacceptable behaviour, nuisance and criminal activity, which has a negative effect on the community and the quality of life for residents.
The Neighbourhood Wardens work across the Stroud District by providing a highly visible presence, whilst acting as the eyes and ears of the community. The Wardens create a safer, cleaner and greener district by engaging within the local parishes and…
Paws on Patrol is a crime prevention scheme where dog owners register to be the 'eyes and ears' for their community while out walking their dogs.
Nortonwood residents in Nailsworth are invited to join Stroud District Council’s neighbourhood wardens and take park in the annual Great British Spring Clean campaign.
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