The councillors at the Forest of Dean District Council in Gloucestershire passed a motion against allowing badgers to be culled on land it owns, manages or controls, and to urge other local landowners to prevent culling on their land.
What does FODDC stand for?
FODDC stands for Forest of Dean District Council (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Plans for a new chicken house were originally approved by Forest of Dean district council in 2010.
Rhys, who works at the Forest of Dean District Council with his two teammates, said: "By taking part in hazardous events, we'll show that real health and safety enables hazardous activity rather than getting in the way.
It has certainly demonstrated what can be done with a more open approach to planning and placed the Forest of Dean District Council as an innovative exemplar to other areas of the UK with a similar balance to maintain.
Forest of Dean District Council joined forces with local resident group Campaign Against Pressure Reduction Installation (CAPRI) to fight the plans.
The Forest of Dean District Council, however, initially granted planning permission for the Tesco superstore at the rugby club site.
Forest of Dean District Council have ruled out recalling the guides, because of the expense.
Within nine months they had raised 12,500 [pounds sterling] by running local events and obtaining grants from Gloucester Rural Community Council, the Forest of Dean District Council and the Co-operative Society.