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What is an emergency, what to do in an emergency and where to go.
The Stroud District Safety Advisory Group (SAG) acts as a single point of contact for organisers of large events in the district to notify the relevant regulatory bodies and obtain safety advice and information on a wide range of topics.
Emergency works to dead, dying or dangerous trees which are protected by virtue of being in a conservation areas or having a tree preservation order on them.
Stroud District Council has a Civil Contingency Unit which draws up, maintains and reviews arrangements for dealing with major incidents.
The Hedgerows Regulations 1997 protect many countryside hedgerows (which are not on/within the boundary of a dwellinghouse) from being removed including being uprooted or otherwise destroyed. If you wish to remove a hedgerow (or part of a…
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The role of Chief Executive is a full time appointment made on merit, against objective criteria, following public advertisement. The appointment is made by the whole Council. By law, the Chief Executive (as with other senior staff) is not allowed…
Stroud District Council has strengthened its stance on climate change to ensure the district is carbon neutral in just 11 years time. Last night the council’s Environment Committee resolved to ask for endorsement of action on the ‘climate…
How do you want Stroud district to develop up to 2040? That’s the question we are again asking everyone who lives and works in Stroud as part of more consultation on the document which shapes growth over the next 20 years.
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