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A new, ground-breaking initiative is paving the way for cleaner, greener transport in Cotswold District as the Council’s outdated electric vehicle charging points (EVCPs) are replaced with new state-of-the-art 50kW rapid charge units at Old Market Way car park, Moreton-in-Marsh and The Beeches car park, Cirencester.
Corporate Plan Refresh - more activity for the Cotswolds as good progress is made on Council projects
Cotswold District Council has updated its Corporate Strategy, which sets out the key projects the Council has committed to delivering for the Cotswolds, with great progress made on the previous plan started in September 2020.
In its continued commitment to tackling the climate and ecological emergency, Cotswold District Council is taking a leading role in supporting wildlife by helping to create a Nature Recovery Plan (NRP) for the much loved Cotswold Water Park.
Cotswold District Council is preparing to start regeneration works of Brewery Court following a £30,000 investment to bring the area back to its former beauty.
Cotswold District Council has pledged £24,500 to three local projects in the latest round of funding contributions for Crowdfund Cotswold.
The Cotswold District Council Active Cotswolds Programme has made good progress in improving leisure, health and wellbeing opportunities across the Cotswolds in its first year as it looks to create a modern and local approach to providing people with active lifestyle options.
One of the jewels in the Cotswold crown, Corinium Museum, has been recognised with a bronze award from the South West England Tourism Excellence Awards for Small Visitor Attraction of the Year. The award was presented to the Council-owned museum in April.
Cotswold District Council has recently launched the Cotswold Climate Investment (CCI) scheme, a Community Municipal investment (CMI) which enables local people to invest directly into a greener, more sustainable and healthier future for the Cotswolds.
Cotswold District Council opens new scheme to help residents with the cost of energy who were not supported by the Government £150 rebate
Cotswold District Council has opened applications for financial support to those most in need of help with their energy bills. The new scheme is for residents who were not eligible for the recent £150 council tax rebate.
Some of the hardest to heat households have received vital improvement measures through the Warm and Well programme - Cotswold District Council’s fuel-poverty support service - as part of a £1.7m Government-funded project to improve the energy efficiency of the region’s park homes.
Families in the Cotswolds have been successfully housed in brand-new homes following the completion of a new affordable housing development in Tetbury.
Cotswold District Council is calling for faster action on tackling the issue of sewage being pumped into local waterways following data being published by the Rivers Trust showing that in 2020 sewage was discharged in locations across the Cotswolds a total of 1260 times for a total of over 17,000 hours.