Next Tuesday (21 September) marks the county’s second Gloucestershire Day (GD) and this year we will be showing our support for local business and showcasing everything that makes our county a great place to live, work and visit.
Organisations in Gloucestershire are joining forces in the lead up to COP26, the international climate change conference. The ‘Greener Gloucestershire’ collaboration will shine a spotlight on the work across the county tackling climate change.
At yesterday’s meeting of Gloucestershire County Council, councillors supported a motion for Council Leader, Mark Hawthorne to submit the views of the authority to government on its proposed national planning reforms.
Today is 999 Emergency Services Day – a chance to show our appreciation for the invaluable work of Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service (GFRS) and the other emergency services in keeping our communities safe.
In August, Gloucestershire County Council carried out improvements works on A40 Lansdown Road (Gordon Lamp) and Montpellier Roundabout part of the county council’s £150 million investment into your highways, however due to mechanical failure the quality of the resurfacing is not up to standard.