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Council-owned gyms across the Cotswolds to get an upgrade

Cotswold District Councils Cabinet has recommended a £360,000 investment to improve the council-owned gyms in the Cotswolds

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Cotswold District Council wins bid for more inclusive and accessible changing toilet facilities

Cotswold District Council has been awarded funding of over £160,000 from the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, to create accessible toilet facilities for people with severe disabilities.   

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We’ve got your back - Cotswold District Council supporting young people through the Cotswold New Start initiative

Cotswold District Council, in partnership with Cirencester Town Council, on behalf of the Bingham Library Trust, and the wider Cotswold Youth Network, has launched a programme to support young jobseekers between the ages of 16 and 25.

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Cotswold District Council to support Boundary Commission proposals to elect two Cotswold MPs

The Council will be writing to the Boundary Commission this week in relation to their review into parliamentary constituencies and to suggest changes to the proposed new constituencies to best reflect local communities.


Join the Great British Spring Clean and help keep the Cotswolds tidy!

Cotswold District Council is encouraging residents to get involved with the Great British Spring Clean campaign and pledge to pick at least one bag of litter.

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Cotswold District Council calls for more clarity on the potential for a Cotswold National Park

Cotswold District Council’s Cabinet is calling on the Government to provide more clarity on its intention to create a new chapter for nationally protected landscapes such as National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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New electric vehicle charging points accelerate Council’s ambitions for a net-zero district

Drivers of electric vehicles will soon have greater choice about when and where to charge their cars following Cotswold District Council’s approval for more charging stations to be installed in four council owned car parks.  

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‘Free after 3’ to end in Cotswold District from 4 April to help fund local car parks

The ‘Free after 3’ car parking scheme is due to come to an end in the Cotswolds on 4 April 2022 after 6 years as budget cuts to local government require changes to car parking charges.


Last chance to have your say and join hundreds of residents already responding to the local plan consultation

Over 350 Cotswold residents and organisations have taken the opportunity to let us know what they think of our proposals to tackle climate change through our Local Plan. There is one week left for residents and organisations to share their views on the  ‘Your Cotswold, Your Plan’ ‘Issues and Options’ consultation, which closes on Sunday 20th March 2022.

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Cotswold District Council prepares to issue £150 Council Tax Rebate to eligible households

Households in council tax bands A-D will soon be eligible to receive a non-repayable £150  Council Tax Rebate from the Government to help households with rising energy bills.

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Cotswold District Council’s new innovative In-Cab technology makes impressive improvement to waste collection service

Cotswold District Council has reported savings of over £52,000 and an overall collection rate of 99.9% as a result of the new innovative In-Cab technology installed in its waste collection vehicle fleet.

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Cirencester business community to have their say on Business Improvement District proposals

Cotswold District Council has announced the launch of a major consultation with local businesses as part of a feasibility study, on the possible creation of a Business Improvement District (BID) in Cirencester town centre.