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The Royal Agricultural University

More money invested into the Cotswolds

A number of projects have been given the green light for the latest round of UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF) funding. 

The Door award Jacqui Wright

Making significant contributions to our communities

Wellbeing Manager at Cotswold District Council awarded for ‘Significant Contribution to your Community’ 

Car parking survey

Views on parking in Cotswolds sought from residents

Cotswold residents are invited to give their views on parking in the district as Cotswold District Council launches its consultation on current parking provision.

Housing Strategy Consultation

Housing strategy seeks to tackle housing affordability crisis

Residents are being asked for their views on Cotswold District Council’s Housing Strategy which seeks to help everyone across the district access affordable housing that meets their needs.

Left to Right: Cllr Joe Harris and Robert Nettleton, chief executive of Bromford visiting an affordable housing development in Moreton.

Council pledges to boost affordable housing in the Cotswold District

Cotswold District Council is exploring new ways to deliver more affordable homes across the District to tackle the affordable housing crisis facing Cotswold residents.

Cllr Joe Harris (left) and Cllr Mike Evemy - Christmas 2023

Cotswold Christmas and New Year waste collection timetable announced

With Christmas only a week away, Cotswold residents are being encouraged to find out when their rubbish and recycling collections are due over the festive period to ensure they don’t miss out. 

Middle Hill Farm

Cotswold resident prosecuted for breaking planning laws in works to a listed building

On Thursday, 14th December 2023, in Gloucester Crown Court (heard in Winchester Crown Court), Mr John Evetts of Middle Hill Farm, Saintbury, Gloucestershire, pleaded guilty to undertaking unauthorised works to a Grade II listed building. 

Ewen fly-tip

Clamping down on crime in the Cotswolds

Cotswold District Council is increasing the upper limit of fixed penalty notices for crimes such as fly-tipping, littering and graffiti.

The image shows the remains of three apple trees felled in Blockley. The trees were located within a rear garden, which is situated in the Blockley Conservation Area.

Blockley resident prosecuted for cutting down three 60-year-old apple trees

On Monday, 27th November 2023, at Cheltenham Magistrates Court, Mr Ismail Elmagdoub of Bath Orchard, Blockley, pleaded guilty to felling three healthy Apple trees without consent from Cotswold District Council.  

Winter HAF-2

The tinsel is out for another Holiday Activity and Food programme!

Cotswold District Council is working in partnership with Gloucestershire County Council and local community organisation World Jungle to deliver another Holiday Activities and Food Programme (HAF) for eligible children across the Cotswold district this winter.

Car parking machine

Residents urged to be watchful for festive scams

Residents are being urged to be watchful over the festive period to avoid becoming victims of a fraud scam. Christmas is a great break for families but is also a traditional time for fraudsters to try to take advantage of the season of goodwill.