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Cotswold District Council has secured funding of over £1.2m to install carbon reduction and energy efficiency measures at three council-owned premises, boosting the Council’s ambition to make drastic cuts in emissions arising from its own activities over the next few years.
Cotswold District Council has agreed to support the building of 29 affordable homes in Moreton in Marsh and Avening by allocating nearly £900,000 from its commuted sums funds.
Around 3,000 householders are receiving council tax bills this week that have a changed payment schedule.
Cotswold residents will soon benefit from new and improved health and leisure services in the Cotswolds following a district-wide review into leisure provision.
Cotswold District Council is extending support to working-age Council Tax payers in the District who are facing financial hardship as a result of Covid-19.
Cotswold District Council has successfully launched ‘Crowdfund Cotswold’ its new online crowdfunding platform - to fund and deliver on ideas to improve the District, put forward by the local community, for the local community.
Cotswold DC is working with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to contact businesses in the Cotswolds area to check they have COVID-secure measures in place and to help tackle coronavirus (COVID-19) in the local area.
At a Full Council meeting this week (Wed 24 Feb), Cotswold District Councillors approved a net budget for 2020/21 of £12.5 million.
Cotswold District Council is launching its new online crowdfunding platform next week to give residents the chance to seek financial support for their ideas to improve local places.
A new group has been formed to help drive economic recovery in the Cotswold District in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.
More than 100 residents attended a virtual Flooding Forum event hosted by Cotswold District Council to share stories of the impact flooding has had on their homes, businesses and lives over recent months.
A campaign to replace two 600-year-old church statues that were lost almost 60 years ago has been given a boost thanks to a donation from Cotswold District Council.