Every household in the district will receive Stroud District Council’s free annual newsletter. Published annually, it provides information about council services to keep the public informed on current initiatives and projects.
Delivered to more than 54,000 homes, it explains how the new Council Plan’s three main priorities will drive improvements across the district.
This year the edition includes more information on helping the whole district be carbon neutral by 2030, an update on the Brimscombe Port regeneration, tackling anti-social behaviour, health and well-being activities.
Stroud District Council’s priority is to make Stroud a better place to live, work and visit through its Council Plan, through the three main priorities of Environment and Climate Change, Community Resilience and Wellbeing, and Economy, Recovery and Regeneration.
SDC News costs approximately 28p per copy to produce and distributed and is printed on FSC certified paper; meaning it is responsibly sourced and 100 per cent recycled.
Stroud District Council Chief Executive Kathy O’Leary said: “Reaching all of our residents by newsletter is an important part of our communication from Stroud District Council, and especially to those who don’t have access to our social media channels or our website. SDC News combines all of the work we’re currently doing, and what we have coming up – it’s a great way to see all of our efforts in one place.”
To view the online version, see: www.stroud.gov.uk/council-and-democracy/about-the-council/communications/sdc-news