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Energy bill rebate

More residents are made eligible to claim £150 council tax rebate

Cotswold District Council has expanded the eligibility criteria for the £150 council tax rebate so more people across the District who didn't get the original £150 payment can now apply.

leisure centres

Cotswold District Council invest in council-owned leisure centres to improve user experience

Cirencester Leisure Centre and Bourton-on-the-Water Leisure Centre are making a number of improvements to gym facilities this Autumn. Cotswold District Council is investing £380,000 in the leisure centres, managed by SLM Everyone Active, to provide a better experience for members.

Crowdfund Cotswold - Cirencester aerial

More than £120k raised for community projects in the latest round of Crowdfund Cotswold

Cotswold District Council has supported five more successful projects in the latest round of Crowdfund Cotswold with £34,000 pledged from the Council and over £120,000 raised for hyper-local community projects.

Setting thermostat

Householders urged to seek energy saving advice before the cold weather sets in

Cotswold residents living in the district’s most energy inefficient properties are being urged to seek advice about whether they could be entitled to energy saving upgrades to their homes to make them more affordable and to act before the colder weather sets in.

Cotswold Climate Investment

We did it! Cotswold Climate Investment gets full backing

Cotswold District Council has reached its target of £500,000 investment into its innovative programme, Cotswold Climate Investment (CCI). The CCI is Gloucestershire’s first Community Municipal investment (CMI) which allowed local people to invest directly into a greener, more sustainable and healthier future for the Cotswolds. 

Bourton Tourism Charge

Cotswold District Council asks Bourton-on-the-Water residents for feedback on how to spend the tourism charge

Cotswold District Council is once again asking residents of Bourton-on-the-Water for their views on how to spend the money raised through a new tourism charge at Rissington Road car park following the success of the previous year

Cotswold Club

Cotswold District Council sells The Cotswold Club to invest in more net zero affordable housing

Cotswold District Council, having owned The Cotswold Club on Watermoor Road in Cirencester since 1978, has sold the property to Watermoor Point, to invest the income into more carbon zero affordable housing for its residents.

Annual Canvass 2022

Don’t lose your vote – residents in the Cotswolds urged to check voter registration details

Cotswold District residents are being urged to check their electoral registration details or risk losing their chance to vote on decisions that affect them as the Council starts its Annual Canvass to check everyone's voting details are up to date.

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Cotswold District Council statement - Closure of Bourton-on-the-Water coach car park

The Council has been advised by Bourton Vale Parking Limited that the privately owned coach car park in Bourton-on-the-Water is due to close to coaches from December 2022 .

Pictured left to right: Emma Stuart, Tabitha Parker, Earl Bathurst, Kathryn Allison

Double Win for Corinium Museum at Cirencester Chamber of Commerce Business & Community Awards

The Corinium Museum has been awarded Best Small Business, Best Team and Runner-Up for Environmental Project of the Year in the Cirencester Chamber of Commerce Community and Business Awards.

ASB Pledge Safer Glos

Consistency and continuity promised for victims of anti-social behaviour

Cotswold District Council, alongside Gloucestershire Health & Care Foundation Trust, Bromford Housing, Young Gloucestershire and Green Square Accord, have come together in support for Safer Gloucestershire’s new anti-social behaviour pledge. 

Fly tip prosecution

Fly tip prosecution success for Cotswold District Council

Cotswold District Council has been successful in prosecuting an individual for fly tipping along a bridleway near the B4450 road that leads from Stow-on-the-Wold to Bledington. The tip contained black bin bags, soft furnishings, a sofa, cardboard packaging from children’s toys, items of clothing and a green waste bin.