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High Street, Coleford, Gloucestershire GL16 8HG

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Newent, Dymock and Bromsberrow  01531-821222

Minicom for the hard of hearing 01594-812500
Emergency Service (out of normal hours) 01594-836833

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About the Council

Economic development Economic Development and Regeneration
by increasing employment opportunities with a sustainable rural infrastructure

Better access Better access
for all by an improvement in the availability of public transport and a road network that serves the needs of the district

Healthy and safe community A healthy and safe community
by improved health and welfare of individuals, including access to adequate housing for all, improved participation in cultural and leisure activities, and attention to the needs of the elderly, the young and the disadvantaged

Healthy environment A sustainable, healthy and protected environment
with individuals and organisations aware of environment and increased community participation

Organisation A well-managed organisation
able to plan and deliver effective services, work in partnership, respond to changes in legislation with the capability and ability to meet customer's needs

best value Best Value in the Forest of Dean

From now to 2001 From now to 2001

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The Local Plan is a land use plan which sets out policies and proposals for the whole Forest of Dean District up to 2011. It will be a statutory plan controlling the development and use of land for housing, employment, town centres, and protecting the natural environment and the heritage of the District.

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We hope that you will take the time to see what we are doing. If you want to know more, we would be glad to tell you about current progress. You will see that much is done in partnership with other bodies, firms and groups, and would welcome enquiries from anyone who feels that their work might help or complement a current council initiative.

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