Council wants to know what you think of its rubbish services

South Gloucestershire Council is asking residents to complete a satisfaction survey on the  rubbish and recycling services it provides through contracting firm SITA. For the first time, residents are this year able to complete this survey online, in the hope that more residents will take part and reduce the environmental impact of the survey. Working in partnership with South Gloucestershire

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[Forum] Town Council office consultation is missing a Willow Brook option

Bradley Stoke resident John Miller asks why the Town Council’s currently-running public consultation on the future location of the Council’s office lacks an option for a relocation of the office to the Willow Brook Centre. For years the expectation has been that when the District Centre was completed, the BSTC administration Office would move down into it. Being more central

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Labour Councillor criticised by Bradley Stoke Tory in elderly care row

A District Councillor representing Bradley Stoke has told a Labour Councillor to “make up his mind” about transparency and the provision of care for the elderly. Cllr Sarah Pomfret, who represents the Bradley Stoke Central & Stoke Lodge ward on South Gloucestershire Council (SGC), says Cllr Andy Perkins (Woodstock) needs to: “make up his mind about transparency and how councils

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Mayor calls “Extraordinary and Confidential” Council meeting

Bradley Stoke’s Mayor Mark Forsyth has called an Extraordinary and Confidential Meeting of Full Council on Wednesday 28th April, starting at 7pm. The meeting will preceed the regular Planning Committee meeting, which is scheduled to begin at 7:30pm. The main agenda topic is to “consider and action the recent Council Staff Pay Grading and Restructuring Review”. Due to employee/employer confidentiality

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