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Address management

The address management function creates and amends official addresses and names streets.

Location: /environment/planning-and-building-control/address-management

Change your details

It is important to let us know of any changes that could affect the amount of council tax you have to pay. Examples of changes you need to let us know about are:

Location: /council-tax/tell-us-about-your-change-of-address-or-circumstance/change-your-details

Abandoned vehicles

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…

Location: /community-and-living/community-safety-and-neighbourhood-wardens/abandoned-vehicles

Self build housing

Self build or custom build is simply the process of designing, planning and building your own home.

Location: /housing/self-build-housing

Register a food business

All food business operators (including operators of market stalls, delivery vehicles and other moveable structures) are required by law to register their food premises with the local authority.

Location: /business/food-hygiene-and-health-and-safety/register-a-food-business

Conservation Area No.1 - Wotton-Under-Edge

Wotton Under Edge was first designated as a conservation area in August 1972. It was extended in 1988 and some minor boundary changes were made in 1999 during its first review and appraisal. A Conservation Area Statement (CAS) was adopted in…

Location: /environment/planning-and-building-control/conservation-listed-buildings-trees-and-hedgerows/conservation-areas/conservation-area-no1-wotton-under-edge

Conservation Area No.6 - Bisley

Bisley was first designated as a conservation area in November 1975. The boundary was amended in October 1997 during its first review. A second review was carried out in 2006-7 and an updated Conservation Area Statement was adopted in June 2007 as…

Location: /environment/planning-and-building-control/conservation-listed-buildings-trees-and-hedgerows/conservation-areas/conservation-area-no6-bisley

Conservation Area No.16 - Stroud Top of the Town

The area known as 'Top of Town' in Stroud was first designated as a conservation area in February 1978. The Conservation Area was amended and enlarged in April 2008, when a Conservation Area Statement was adopted by the District Council.

Location: /environment/planning-and-building-control/conservation-listed-buildings-trees-and-hedgerows/conservation-areas/conservation-area-no16-stroud-top-of-the-town

Conservation Areas No.17 and No.18 - Stroud Town Centre

The area known as ‘The Shambles’ in Stroud was first designated as a conservation area in February 1978. The surrounding town centre was designated as the 'Central' conservation area in September 1982 and the boundary was extended in March 1991.…

Location: /environment/planning-and-building-control/conservation-listed-buildings-trees-and-hedgerows/conservation-areas/conservation-areas-no17-and-no18-stroud-town-centre

Grey wheelie-bin

We provide a grey wheelie-bin for your non-recyclable waste which will be collected every two weeks on the opposite week to your recycling.

Location: /environment/bins-rubbish-and-recycling/bins-recycling-containers/which-bin-should-i-use/grey-wheelie-bin

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