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Cotswold District Council (CDC) has confirmed its ambition to play a central part in local recovery as businesses exit lockdown.
Staying at home more? Energy efficiency is more important now than ever before, say Cotswold’s fuel poverty service, Warm and Well.
Cotswold residents spending more than usual on their energy bills during lockdown are able to access support and grant funding free of charge through a local support scheme.
Cotswold District Council (CDC) has called on the Government to let it spend business support funding currently held by the council on the 'missing middle' of Cotswold businesses.
Following a debate at Full Council (3 June), Cotswold District Council voted to abolish its Honorary Alderman Scheme - a scheme in place since the 1980s to recognise former councillors for their service.
Last week, Cotswold District Council issued a £400 fixed penalty notice to an individual following an investigation of a fly-tip found near Northleach. The fly-tip contained household waste items following a clear out of their home.
Cotswold District Council’s waste service provider Ubico Ltd will be working in partnership with Gloucestershire County Council and their contractor Ringway to cut grass, clear litter and sweep surfaces on the verges of the A40 dual carriageway and the Cirencester bypass including a section of the A419.
A tribute to troops was flown high above Cotswold District Council offices in Trinity Road, Cirencester to mark Armed Forces Day.
Cotswold District Council (CDC) has made payments to 233 small and micro-businesses under the Government’s “Discretionary Business Grants Scheme”. The payments come just three weeks after the scheme opened. A further 13 businesses have been allocated grants which the council will pay when it receives further information.
Cotswold District Council (CDC) is announced today (24 June 2020) as a founding member of a new group of rural councils campaigning on climate change issues.
Cirencester Housing is putting the final touches to its Churnbridge Row development in North Cerney that will provide 12 much-needed new affordable homes.
Cotswold District Council is asking its residents about exercise, activity and their local leisure centres and facilities.
Kemble and Ewen Parish Council has submitted a Neighbourhood Development Plan to Cotswold District Council that covers all of Kemble and Ewen Parish. We want to capture the public’s view and are asking residents to feed into our consultation.