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The Rissington Road car park in Bourton-on-the-Water will undergo a significant redesign to future-proof the site and improve the user experience, thanks to a £374,000 investment from Cotswold District Council.
The gym at Cirencester Leisure Centre has now reopened following a full refurbishment including brand-new fitness equipment.
A quarter of a million-pound investment from Cotswold District Council will help transform the area around Moreton-in-Marsh train station into a transport hub for the North Cotswolds.
Council reminds householders of their Duty of Care following an increase in fly-tipping of builders’ waste
Cotswold District Council is reminding householders to dispose of their waste responsibly and to only entrust their waste to an authorised waste carrier following a rise in the number of fly-tipping reports.
Hundreds of children across the Cotswolds took part in activities and events in the Summer Holiday Activity and Food Programme (HAF), making it the most successful HAF to date.
Cotswold District Council and Bromford form a ground-breaking partnership to deliver more affordable, low-carbon homes for Cotswold people
Cotswold District Council has entered into a partnership with Bromford housing association to deliver innovative housing schemes in the Cotswolds to provide local people with local affordable homes.
Cotswold District Council are encouraging residents of the district to sign up to the council's monthly e-newsletter with those who do it for a chance to win a Cotswold Edition Monopoly Board Game.
Cotswold District Council has expanded the eligibility criteria for the £150 council tax rebate so more people across the District who didn't get the original £150 payment can now apply.
Cirencester Leisure Centre and Bourton-on-the-Water Leisure Centre are making a number of improvements to gym facilities this Autumn. Cotswold District Council is investing £380,000 in the leisure centres, managed by SLM Everyone Active, to provide a better experience for members.
Cotswold District Council has supported five more successful projects in the latest round of Crowdfund Cotswold with £34,000 pledged from the Council and over £120,000 raised for hyper-local community projects.
Cotswold residents living in the district’s most energy inefficient properties are being urged to seek advice about whether they could be entitled to energy saving upgrades to their homes to make them more affordable and to act before the colder weather sets in.
Cotswold District Council has reached its target of £500,000 investment into its innovative programme, Cotswold Climate Investment (CCI). The CCI is Gloucestershire’s first Community Municipal investment (CMI) which allowed local people to invest directly into a greener, more sustainable and healthier future for the Cotswolds.