Town Centre reports
We have completed reports on the health and effectiveness of Coleford town centre, based on GFirst's Retail Pathfinder Toolkit.
The reports present findings which can be used to evaluate the effectiveness of Coleford town centre. They focus on key themes such as footfall, vitality and economic characteristics.
- Coleford town centre report 2013 and 2014
- Coleford town centre report 2015
- Coleford town centre report 2016
- Coleford town centre report 2017
- Coleford town centre report 2018
- Coleford town centre report 2019
West Dean and Coleford Regeneration Board
The West Dean and Coleford Regeneration Board was set up in July 2016. The purpose of the Board is to support the emerging Berry Hill, Christchurch and Edge End Neighbourhood Development Plan and work in partnership to create a leisure and cultural destination at the Five Acres site.
The Board is made up of representatives from the public, private and community sectors. The Board is coordinated by West Dean Parish Council.
Foxglove Gardens (formerly Lawnstone Square)
On 30th August 2017 the District Council revealed its plans to regenerate the former Lawnstone house, bungalow and annex site in Coleford.
The 'Foxglove Gardens' development, 10 new apartments, 3 Commercial units, public space and gardens on the former Lawnstone House and Bungalow site adjacent to the Council offices has now been completed. Interested parties can learn more and make enquiries by visiting the Foxglove Gardens page
Five Acres redevelopment
The Forest of Dean District Council is leading on a project to develop the former Gloucestershire College Forest of Dean Campus Site in Berry Hill. The ambition is to develop a new Council-owned destination leisure facility to add to existing facilities, improve the health and well-being of Forest residents and to increase the numbers of visitors coming to the area.
For more information, please visit: