We're creating and collating a series of resources to help businesses across our district. Find our factsheets and helpful links below. Have we missed something? Please let us know.
If you wish to publicise your business (and it is within the boundaries of Stroud town centre and open to members of the public to visit), we could share your posts via the InStroud social media channels, which reach thousands every month who are keen to learn more about the diversity of businesses within Stroud town centre. The initiative is designed to improve the perception of the range of businesses on the doorstep of our customers and improve footfall in the town.
Read more here.
If you are aware of antisocial behaviour, including groups behaving rowdily and taking over public spaces, graffiti, vandalism, fly-posting, people dumping rubbish, drug dealing, begging, antisocial drinking, misuse of minibikes or misuse of fireworks , this Factsheet may help you get the assistance needed.
Those who raise funds for Charity have important rules to follow. This Factsheet helps explain the rules and regulations around Street Fundraising, how to raise concerns and to whom your concerns can be raised.
Launched in Autumn 2018, the Mayor and Stroud Town Council, supported by Gloucestershire Constabulary. Stroud Chamber of Trade support the campaign and have distributed posters throughout the town. You can download your poster through the link below.
We can fight the things that bring the image of our town down, together. This means ensuring we report instances of graffiti and vandalism and knowing who is responsible for repairing the damage done. This Factsheet, compiled following the Local Policing and Security in Stroud event we hosted, helpful advice on how to best report the crime and who to contact to help them repair the damage.
Prepared by Stroud Rotary Club, this fact sheet helps you understand you obligations, your options, best practice and how to get your equipment tested.
If you are concerned for the welfare of someone who is sleeping on the streets, this Factsheet may help you get them assistance they need.
If you are considering setting up business in Stroud, this Factsheet will provide you with some valuable contact information and links to get started.
Street lights help keep residents and our businesses safe, so when they are damaged or malfunctioning it is important to get them fixed. Street Lighting is usually the responsibility of the County Council and you can report though this link.
The report is made via a Web Form and (as of December 2018) the cases raised are intended to be passed to the contractors within two working days. They intend to respond within 10 working days.