News - November 2020

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    Award for county’s minerals plan

    A local minerals plan produced by Gloucestershire County Council that aims to safeguard vital resources while responding to the climate emergency has gained an award.

    • 25.11.2020
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    Road safety improvements coming to Leckhampton Hill

    Overnight maintenance work including a new filter lane will take place between the Air Balloon roundabout and the Leckhampton Hill junction from Tuesday 24 November.

    • 23.11.2020
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    Libraries are open for collection services

    All libraries in Gloucestershire are open for collection services during the current period of restrictions.

    • 23.11.2020
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    Court of Appeal dismisses Javelin Park challenge

    In its decision, handed down yesterday (19 November), the Court of Appeal refused a bid by CR4C to appeal against the decision of the High Court, which had previously ruled against CR4C in their claim against the county council and the Javelin Park project.

    • 20.11.2020
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    Ofsted highlight county council’s response to Covid-19

    Following their recent visit (between 6 and 8 October) to Children’s Services, Ofsted said that the council’s response to COVID-19 has been ‘positive, proactive and well managed.’

    • 20.11.2020
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    Council honours Transgender Day of Remembrance

    Today (20 November) Gloucestershire County Council is flying the Transgender Pride Flag half mast over Shire Hall, to honour the memory of transgender people whose lives have been lost in acts of anti-transgender violence.

    • 20.11.2020
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    Creative canal solution sees Old A40 reopen

    Spoil from a canal near Stroud has been used to help repair a road in the Cotswolds – saving the county council £700,000.

    • 18.11.2020
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    Overcoming barriers to mobility

    To make Gloucestershire a more inclusive county and improve the lives of people with additional needs and disabilities, a survey has been launched to find out the mobility issues they face.

    • 18.11.2020
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    Major improvement programme completes at Bourton Primary

    Bourton-on-the-Water Primary Academy has welcomed pupils into their new classrooms following the completion of a major programme to expand and improve facilities at the school.

    • 18.11.2020

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