Gloucestershire County Council highways crews will be starting off their busy resurfacing programme in Cheltenham next year. One of the first roads they will resurface is Princess Elizabeth Way on 8th and 9th January 2019.
At its meeting on 19 December, the county council’s cabinet is being asked to agree £23.5m funding to redevelop the former site of Quayside House, Barrack Square, Gloucester to bring two GP surgeries and pharmacy into the area.
At its meeting on 19 December Gloucestershire County Council’s cabinet will consider a draft budget for 2019/20, which proposes to make investment of almost £11m into children’s services as part of a £15m overall budget increase.
County council’s cabinet will consider plans to bring on street parking charges in line with the cost of district council and privately operated off street car parks to help manage demand for parking and support the council’s long-standing policy for sustainable travel.
Cllr Dave Norman, cabinet member for public protection and Mark Astle, Assistant Chief Fire Officer talk about the dangers of driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol. If you are planning on driving over the Christmas period, please Choose Zero.