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Retail, leisure and hospitality businesses in the Cotswolds to benefit from £7.6 million in Business Rate relief
Over a thousand Cotswold businesses in the retail, leisure and hospitality sectors will benefit from a total of over £7.6 million in relief on their Business Rates in the 2023/24 financial year.
Cotswold District Council was extremely saddened by the death of Councillor Ray Theodoulou last week.
Are you ready for the elections? Voters encouraged to make sure they are registered and have photo ID ahead of the May elections
Voters across Cotswold District are being encouraged to make sure they are registered, have applied for postal voting and applied for identification if needed ahead of the deadlines so that they can vote in the local elections on 4 May.
Works to build 15 new low-carbon homes for social rent in Moreton-in-Marsh have begun thanks to an innovative partnership between Cotswold District Council, Cottsway Housing Association and Helix Partnership Homes.
Cotswold District Council is calling on road users to stop littering on roads and highways in the Cotswolds after collecting over 2,300 tonnes of waste in the Council's annual street and road cleansing activities as part of its Clean and Green Cotswolds initiative.
Cirencester Pantry opened its doors last week with help of £6350 from Cotswold District Council through its Cotswold Connected Community and Food Programme
Cotswold District Council has prosecuted an individual for offences relating to the Animal Welfare Act 2006.
A Cotswold resident has been handed a £400 Fixed Penalty Notice from Cotswold District Council’s Environmental Regulatory Services team for illegally disposing of a quantity of asbestos roof tiles in their domestic refuse bin.
Cotswold District Council’s Community Wellbeing Team have listened to their residents’ needs and installed a kit which includes fitness equipment and ‘how to’ guides in one of the Bromford community rooms free of charge, for its customers to get active.
Cotswold Community Safety Partnership has been awarded £50,000 to work with Cotswold District Council to identify areas in the district where women don’t feel safe. The award has been granted from the Safer Streets Fund, administered by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner and will also fund initiatives to make Cotswold neighbourhoods feel safer.
Cotswold District Council has seen greater investment into the Cotswolds since our Green Economic Growth Strategy was adopted in December 2020.
Cotswold District Council will use the Homelessness Prevention Grant to reduce the need for expensive short-term, emergency accommodation and minimise uncertainty for individuals and families.