Nailsworth Town Council

Nailsworth Town Council works to maintain, develop and enhance the Town's unique character. Please use this site to find out about your Councillors, Council Meetings, Council Responsibilities and Activities.

Proposed Boundary Changes

The Boundary commission has recommended that Nailsworth is moved from Stroud Constituency to Cotswold

The plans are part of reforms which would see the House of Commons reduce from 650 MPs to 600. A public consultation is now under way and final proposals will not be made until 2018. Members of the public can have their say by giving the Commission their views on these proposals during the 12-week consultation period, either on the Boundary Commission website or in person at public hearings being held in every region.

Our local one is at the Council Chambers Bristol, 17-18 November.

It is proposed that Nailsworth stays in Stroud District. You can see the guidelines for the changes here and the proposals for the South West here.

The Town Council will be discussing our approach to these proposals at the next Council meeting on 20th September.

Gold Medal Hero Pete Reed is coming to Nailsworth!


Come along to the King George V Playing Fields on Sunday September 25th to celebrate Pete's Gold Medal in the Men's eight at the Rio Olympics. 3:00pm until 5:00pm.

Pete will officially open the refurbished Tennis Courts and new sports equipment and then be available for selfies, photos, and autographs. 

All residents are invited to come along and meet Pete; bring a picnic!

CRTBO Referendum Result

  Votes Percent
Yes 965 84%
No 190 16%

The full result can be seen here

A Nailsworth Referendum!N-CLT-Leaflet.jpg

The CLT has been working very hard with Aster Homes and gcp Architects to draw up plans to develop the garage site at Lawnside/Bunting Hill for affordable homes. 

At the referendum on 18th August you will be asked to vote on a 'CRTBO' - a Community Right to Build Order - effectively you will decide the planning permission for this exciting development.

10 affordable homes are planned, a mixture of flats and terraced houses. If agreed, they will be available to rent for those on the Stroud Housing List that have local connections with Nailsworth. The Referendum will also include the removal of the Right To Acquire and the Right to Buy, meaning that these homes will stay in the town's ownership for ever.

These homes are being built at no cost to the town (other than the previously agreed administration set-up costs for the CLT). Details and the full CRTBO application are on the front page of the CLT website 

Previous news items are available here.

Upcoming Meetings and Events

Full Council
Oct 04th 7:00 pm - 7:29 pm
Town Hall
Oct 04th 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Full Council
Town Hall
Oct 18th 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Oct 22nd 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Full Council
Nov 01st 7:00 pm - 7:29 pm

Latest Council Agendas

All agendas can be found on the agenda page.

Latest Council Minutes

All minutes can be found on the minutes page and Committee minutes can be found on the appropriate Committee page