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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.

Installation of Cattle Grids

Gloucestershire County Council have notified us that works will be carried out in the new year to help restrict cattle movements from the common. They have given us the following information. The place names each carry a link to a map of the cattle grid location. They have notified us that these roads will be completely closed during the works:

Currently the contractors do not have a definite programme of work as the changeover from one grid to the next depends on various elements of work being done in parallel. The Contractors would expect at worse to complete three grids within 12 weeks total, allowing for final clearance, making good adjacent lands etc. 

Weighbridge January 12th to February 9th
Swells Hill February 2nd to March 9th
Giddynap Lane February 16th to March 23rd

If time allows The Street will be programmed in to start before the end of February and complete before the end of March.

Notice of a Casual Vacancy on Nailsworth Town Council.

Following the sad death of Paul Carter, a notice of a Casual Vacancy has been posted. The Notice is available here.

Budget 2015-2016

The Town Council is in the process of setting the budget for the year 2015-2016. A meeting was held on Tuesday 25th November at 7:00pm in the Council Chamber. A further meeting will be arranged.

Pike Lane Planning Application

NTC discussed Planning Application S.14/2265/ (accessible on the SDC Website Planning Page) at the Council meeting on 2nd December 2014. Council was informed by a report commissioned from Mike Muston and voted unanimously to object to the proposal.

Mr Muston's report and appendix are available for examination.

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NTC agreed to allow the CLT Steering Group to apply for a grant to cover the legal costs of setting up the formal CLT.

SDC Housing Committee agreed to sell a plot of land at the bottom of Lawnside to the CLT for the development of affordable houses.

The website for the proposed CLT carries further information and dates of meetings.

The executive summary of the Housing Needs Survey is here and the full report is here