The new Gloucester City Council reception will open its doors on Wednesday, July 31 to welcome people to the new modern space that will make easier to access the council’s services.
Gloucester City Council has won a national award for Innovation in Property and Asset Management for its city centre development plans.
A Gloucester man has been fined for dumping household rubbish.
Gloucester City Council is to compete for a prestigious MJ Achievement Award, which recognises excellence in local government, with its ambitious plans for Kings Walk.
Work on Gloucester’s King’s Walk regeneration is now underway, starting with improvement works to Kings Walk car park.
Gloucester City Councillors will vote at today’s cabinet meeting on a scheme to help prevent homelessness.
This summer, Gloucester City Council’s reception will move from its former base at Gloucester Docks to new offices in the heart of the city.
Two internationally-renowned architecture, art and design studios have been appointed to help transform Gloucester’s Kings Square as part of multi-million pound proposals to regenerate the area.
At yesterday’s city council meeting, council leader Paul James announced he has appointed Cllr Steve Morgan as cabinet member for culture and leisure and Cllr Andrew Gravells as cabinet member for planning and housing strategy.
Councillor Colin Organ has been sworn in as the new Mayor of Gloucester at the city’s full council meeting today.
Gloucester City Council has moved to Gloucester’s Shire Hall to share the building with the county council in a bid to make better use of taxpayer resources.
Bus passengers and shoppers are able to enjoy refreshments and light bites on the go from the new café at Gloucester bus station.
Gloucester has once again been awarded the Purple Flag national safety award which recognises places that provide a diverse, safe and welcoming night out.
Gloucester City Council has been named as a finalist in the prestigious MJ Achievement Awards that recognise excellence in local government.
Gloucester City Council is reminding landlords of the change in law that may mean they have to licence their property to avoid receiving a fine of up to £20,000.