The Gloucestershire Environmental Trust is classed as a Distributive Environmental Body by ENTRUST, the regulator of the Landfill Communities Fund. This means that the Trust can provide grants from funds generated by the Landfill Communities Fund for the benefit of Gloucestershire, its people and its environment.
The Trust, established in 1997, receives funds provided by Enovert Ltd (formerly Cory Environmental Ltd), which owns and manages waste management operations in Gloucester, Cheltenham and Cirencester.
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Our objectives are:
the maintenance and repair of public amenities in the vicinity of landfill sites for the benefit of the inhabitants of Gloucestershire
the provision of open spaces in the vicinity of landfill sites for the recreation and other leisure-time occupations by the public
the conservation, protection and improvement of the physical and natural environment in Gloucestershire
the restoration, preservation and repair of buildings of historical importance or architectural value.
The Gloucestershire Environmental Trust Annual Report - 2017/2018
During 2017-2018, the Trust allocated around £1 million to projects and it will allocate a further £1 million before closure. Wherever possible we have prioritized projects that help less advantaged communities, some of them modest in scale but of immense value to their local communities.
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