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17 Jun 2020
Cotswold District Council is asking its residents about exercise, activity and their local leisure centres and facilities.
15 Jun 2020
Kemble and Ewen Parish Council has submitted a Neighbourhood Development Plan to Cotswold District Council that covers all of Kemble and Ewen Parish. We want to capture the public’s view and are asking residents to feed into our consultation.
11 Jun 2020
Young people in the Cotswolds are set to benefit from a range of new opportunities and activities over the next three years thanks to a national lottery application submitted by a partnership of youth organisations working in the Cotswolds.
09 Jun 2020
Cotswold District Council is working alongside retailers and small independent shops across the District to safely reopen and welcome local people back into town centres, with customer safety paramount.
05 Jun 2020
Nigel Adams, Head of Paid Service at Cotswold District Council, is to retire from the Council at the end of this month.
A full meeting of Cotswold District Council this week (3 June) approved plans to review the Council’s Local Plan.
Cotswold District Council has approved £60,000 of funding to implement a ‘Housing First’ approach to reducing homelessness in the district.
04 Jun 2020
Cotswold District Council Leader, Councillor Joe Harris, has announced his new cabinet for the coming year.
28 May 2020
As lockdown eases, parking charges will resume in the Cotswolds next week and ticket machines will come back into use, but for those working in the NHS and for care workers, the Council is offering free parking in its car parks until 31 August 2020.
Cotswold District Council will launch the localised version of the Government's latest small business grant scheme on June 1. Applications will be open for two weeks and the council intends to make the first payments under the scheme during week commencing 22 June.
27 May 2020
Cotswold District Council has announced the reopening of its fifteen public toilet sites.
The COVID-19 crisis has left more people than ever living in temporary accommodation around the district so Cotswold District Council is looking to team up with local landlords to help those in need.