Stroud

NOC No Change
Party Seats Change +/-
Conservative Seats 22 Seats +/- -2
Labour Seats 20 Seats +/- +4
Green Party Seats 6 Seats +/- +1
Liberal Democrat Seats 3 Seats +/- -2
Independent Seats 0 Seats +/- -1

Council background

Type
District Council
Seats up
18 seats up for election - Third
Boundary change
No

Latest updates Stroud District Council

25.07.2019

12:33

Rat ran over inspector's foot at takeaway

Droppings and a dirty and cluttered kitchen were also discovered during a separate inspection.

01.07.2019

11:56

Incinerator protesters stop waste deliveries

The incinerator near Gloucester is gearing up for operation later in the summer with test burning.

12.03.2019

13:40

Festival 'forces homeless out of hotels'

Places are either fully booked or have put prices up for Cheltenham Festival, a council says.

03.10.2018

17:12

Search begins for developer to revamp Brimscombe Port

A Gloucestershire council is hoping secure a partner developer to complete the revamp of Brimscombe Port.

The scheme secured £2m government grant three years ago to build a new canal, canal basin, bridge and access roads.

Now, a developer is needed to build and fund the rest of the site into homes, restaurants and business units.

Stroud District Council has already approached 41 developers but only 18 replied saying they were not interested or had concerns about its viability.

To make the scheme more viable the council is putting together outline planning permission to attract developers and retain a degree of control over what can be built there.

Brimscombe Port was used to transport cargo between the narrow barges travelling between the River Thames and Severn.

The Strategy and Resources Committee is due to take place on Thursday, 4 October.

13.07.2018

09:42

Listed performance venue to be sold for £1

The Subscription Rooms, which had been on sale for £600,000, will be run as a community-owned venue.

02.05.2018

19:30

Cotswolds canal network restoration a step closer

Image copyright Cotswold Canals Trust

Attempts to bring a stretch of canal back to Stroud and Stonehouse in Gloucestershire have been awarded lottery money.

The £842,000 Heritage Lottery Fund grant "gives the green light" to develop the plans further and to apply for a bigger £9m pot of funding.

Stroud District Council and the Cotswold Canals Trust have been trying to connect the area back to the UK's network of canals since 2009, so far restoring 4.5 miles of canal - from Wallbridge to Bowbridge - nine locks and six miles of towpath.

Another four miles of the network is now the focus: the Stroud and Stonehouse section will link to the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal.

The project also aims to re-build a "missing" mile-long section of the waterway that was destroyed when the M5 was built. It will travel underneath the M5 at Eastington.

The canal in the Cotswolds dates back to 1779. It was joined with the Thames and Severn Canal at Wallbridge in 1789.

05.03.2018

13:29

Campaign looks to raise £100k for venue

The bar, cafe and toilets of the Subscription Rooms need upgrading, Stroud Town Council says.

06.12.2017

09:43

Listed arts venue withdrawn from sale

An all-party group of councillors has voted to lease the building on a 30-year term.

01.11.2017

21:10

Preferred bidder for arts venue leaked

A councillor has said there was "no real reason" to keep preferred bidder for arts venue "secret".

25.08.2017

16:29

'Screechy' boy with autism upsets neighbours

The anonymous letter sent on behalf of neighbours referred to a three-year-old with autism as "it".
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