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Cotswold District Council is working in partnership with Gloucestershire County Council and local community organisation World Jungle to deliver another Holiday Activities and Food Programme (HAF) for eligible children across the Cotswold district this spring.
A couple from Fairford who fraudulently claimed over £23,500 in Universal Credit from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and a further £2,000 reduction in their Council Tax have been sentenced at Gloucester Crown Court.
Cotswold District Council is seeking new partners to invest in the renovation of the Old Station building in Cirencester.
Are you ready for the elections? Voters encouraged to make sure they are registered and have photo ID ahead of the May Police and Crime Commissioner elections
Voters across Cotswold District are being encouraged to make sure they are registered, have applied for postal voting, and applied for identification if needed ahead of the deadlines so that they can vote in the Police and Crime Commissioner elections on 2 May.
In collaboration with Life Cycle, Cotswold District Council have installed 51 new community bike stands in the Cotswolds including in Lechlade, Fairford and South Cerney.
Cotswold District Council announces the completion of the £50,000 regeneration project at Brewery Court, marking a significant milestone in restoring the area's historical charm.
Residents living in the Cotswolds are invited to help shape Cotswold District Council’s approach to the future design of new build developments.
Cotswold District Council’s Cabinet has agreed a budget for next year to manage decreasing funding and prepare for further funding cuts in future.
Cotswold District Council is hosting the Cotswold Homes and Interior Festival in Cirencester this March, funded by the Government’s UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF).
Cotswold District Council is investing in repairs to The Old Station while it continues to explore options for the renovation and future use of The Old Station and Memorial Hospital Cottages.
Residents are invited to give their views on updates to Cotswold District Council’s adopted Local Plan (2011 – 2031) to make it ‘Green to the Core’. The consultation builds on the public feedback received in 2022 at the previous ‘Issues and Options’ stage of plan-making. The consultation also responds to changes in national guidance and new evidence-based studies that inform the Local Plan Update.
Our future vision for Cirencester Town Centre developed for public consultation