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CDC sets 2020 budget

Council approves budget, increasing investment in economic development and tackling climate change

At a full council meeting this week, Cotswold District Councillors approved a net revenue budget for 2020/21 of £12.3 million with a capital programme of investment of £60 million over the next three years.

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Works underway at Rugby Club to create new parking spaces

Construction works have begun to smarten up car parking at Cirencester Rugby Club that will create 158 parking spaces to accommodate permit-holders in Cirencester.

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The way we collect and process your food waste is changing!

Cotswold District Council is calling on residents to make sure they are prepared for key changes to its food and garden waste services, coming next month.

Chris Crookall-Fallon | Head of Climate Action

Key role created to tackle climate change

Cotswold District Council has appointed its first Head of Climate Action as part of its ongoing commitment to tackle environmental issues. 

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New campaign urges residents to SCRAP fly-tipping

A major campaign has been launched across the Cotswold District today, to raise awareness of the problem of fly-tipping.

Blue Badge

Blue Badge fraudster prosecuted

Cotswold District Council has successfully prosecuted an individual for offences under the Fraud Act 2006.

Cllr Joe Harris & Cllr Clive Webster

Councils collaborate to enhance the Cotswolds

Cotswold District Council is taking a leadership role in bringing together all 15 local authorities within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) to work together more effectively to protect and enhance this iconic landscape.

Budget Consultation 2020/21

Budget plans on track according to residents

Cotswold residents have given their backing to a proposed increase in council tax.

Tetbury Town Council

Tetbury Town Council Election Results

Judith Penelope Taylor is the new Tetbury Councillor following an election on 6 February.


New Council Tax Support scheme removes barriers to most vulnerable in the district

At last week’s full council meeting, Cotswold District Council adopted a new Council Tax Support (CTS) scheme for 2020/21 that will safeguard vulnerable groups and ensure those on the lowest income are protected.

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Full steam ahead after council backs rail study

Plans to build a new railway line from Kemble to Cirencester are back on track after councillors agreed to bridge a funding gap.

MH Challenge

Championing Mental Health in the Cotswolds

We're committed to improving the mental health of communities and tackling some of the wider determinants of good mental health and preventing mental illness.