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Garden bonfires have been a traditional way of disposing of garden rubbish but they often cause a nuisance to neighbours from smoke, smell or dirt. They also contribute to air pollution. As a means of disposal, bonfires are becoming less and less…
Environmental Health officers at Stroud District Council have received an increasing number of complaints over the last few weeks about illegal waste bonfires on industrial and trade premises.
Three businesses have received a combined total of £9,258 in fines for offences associated with the burning of commercial waste. Stroud District Council’s Environmental Health Officers brought successful prosecutions against KB Coaches Ltd in…
Bonfire complaints are up – this is what you can do to get rid of garden waste If you’re thinking of lighting a bonfire to help get your garden ready for autumn, Stroud District Council’s Environmental Health team is asking you to think…
Stroud District Council Environmental Health officials and Gloucestershire Fire & Rescue Service have warned against lighting bonfires during the current hot weather.
Options on how to dispose of Garden waste.
Stroud District Council is the first council in Europe to be carbon neutral and we’ve been tackling climate change since the 1990s but we can’t do this alone - we need government, business and citizens to take purposeful action with us. These are…
Please be considerate neighbours – bonfire and noise complaints are rising Stroud District Council’s Environmental Health officers have seen a huge increase in complaints about noise and smoke since the start of the Coronavirus…
When Stroud District Council Environmental Protection Officers saw an illegal bonfire polluting the air they warned the building firm responsible – but it was lit again the next day. JF Building Services (UK) Limited, based in Cheltenham, pleaded…
Burning waste and keeping it without permission has cost a landowner more than £3,000 in court. Wilfred Hunt of Bisley admitted three offences before Cheltenham Magistrates after Stroud District Council brought the prosecution.
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