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Cotswold District Council has joined forces with Forest of Dean and West Oxfordshire District Councils to develop an innovative zero-carbon homes toolkit, showing builders, architects, developers and homeowners how to make new build or retrofit projects ‘green to the core’ as the Council pushes forward with plans to help make the district carbon neutral.
Local residents are being reminded not to lose their voice on decisions that affect them by making sure their electoral registration details are up to date when contacted by the Council.
Cotswold District Council is working in partnership with Bromford Housing Association to redevelop Stockwells cul-de-sac in Moreton into 28 new social rented homes. The new development will be the first modular build of its kind anywhere in the Cotswolds.
Cotswold District Council has issued an apology for decisions it took in 2012 which led to the closure of leisure centres in Fairford and Tetbury.
Cotswold District Council is offering free domestic abuse training to professionals in client facing roles. The trained professionals will then join our growing network of Domestic Abuse Champions across the District providing joined-up support for victims.
Residents at risk of flooding in the Cotswolds could soon be getting a helping hand from community flood wardens thanks to a new initiative from Cotswold District Council.
Cotswold District Council launches new funding round to support local projects through Crowdfund Cotswold
Cotswold District Council has launched a new funding round as part of its digital crowdfunding initiative Crowdfund Cotswold, to support community-led ideas that will help the Cotswolds become more vibrant, resilient and connected.
Cotswold District Council Legal Services have successfully convicted an individual for offences under the Fraud Act 2006 in relation to multiple false applications for social housing within the District.
The future of business in the Cotswolds is greener than ever thanks to Cotswold District Council’s Green Economic Growth Strategy.
Cotswold District Council pledges over £72,000 to 13 local community groups giving major funding boost to Crowdfund projects in our District
Installing a zipwire in a local park in Avening, renovating the Earnest Wilson Garden Paths in Chipping Campden, and a project in North Cotswolds to help residents regain their independence as Covid-19 restrictions are lifted are among the 13 ambitious projects supported by the Cotswold Community Fund.
Residents are invited to contribute and work with Cotswold District Council on their Green Infrastructure Strategy, which will aim to boost green and open spaces as part of the Council priority to respond to the climate and ecological emergency and produce a plan for the future of the Cotswolds that is green to the core.
While the reopening of the economy continues, Cotswold District Council officers are continuing to work with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to call and visit local businesses with the team offering help and advice on the safest operating procedures.