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A new group has been formed to help drive economic recovery in the Cotswold District in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.
More than 100 residents attended a virtual Flooding Forum event hosted by Cotswold District Council to share stories of the impact flooding has had on their homes, businesses and lives over recent months.
A campaign to replace two 600-year-old church statues that were lost almost 60 years ago has been given a boost thanks to a donation from Cotswold District Council.
Cotswold District Council asks Bourton-on-the-Water residents for feedback on how to spend new tourism charge
Cotswold District Council is asking residents of Bourton-on-the-Water for their views on how to spend the money raised through a new tourism charge.
A District Council Cabinet member has criticised Government plans for another major shake-up of the planning system.
The county’s second COVID-19 community testing site will open in Cirencester on 17 February – the facility will use Lateral Flow Devices (LFDs) to provide rapid, regular testing for people with no symptoms.
Last night, Cotswold District Council’s Cabinet agreed the proposed budget for 2021/22, which will go to Council for consideration on Wednesday 24 February.
Voters across the Cotswolds are being encouraged to sign up for postal voting at this year's local elections which are due to be held on 6 May 2021.
Cotswold District Council has adopted a new Affordable Housing Delivery Strategy that will boost the provision of affordable and social rented housing for people in the Cotswolds.
Cotswold District Council has taken delivery of its first hybrid vehicle as part of its commitment to address the climate crisis and signalling the authority’s ambition to use 100% clean energy by 2030.
Cotswold District Council will begin a phased removal of the option to pay by cash in all car parks across the District to protect the environment and reduce crime.
Cotswold District Council and local partners sprang into action to support residents in Cirencester and Fairford that were affected by flooding this weekend.