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Excellent progress has been made in recent months in moving towards a green, vibrant Cotswold economy as the area continues to live more successfully with the pandemic. New key businesses have moved to the area or are expanding, bringing new jobs and opportunities.
Residents in Cotswold district can expect their waste collections to take place as usual over the forthcoming Christmas and New Year break, giving householders every opportunity to recycle for a festive season which is that little bit greener.
A By-Election will be held for one of the two Campden & Vale District Council seats after Councillor Mark Arnett lost his seat for not attending any Cotswold District Council meeting for more than six months without a reason approved by the Council.
Cotswold District Council is opening the Whiteway Car Park in Cirencester to the public for ten days of free parking in the run-up to Christmas.
‘Join our campaign to clean up the Cotswolds’ is the message that is loud and clear on the Ubico waste fleet’s new livery featuring local ‘litter heroes’ Pauline Farman and Heather Kent.
Cotswold District Council is working in partnership with Gloucestershire Rural Community Council (GRCC) and town and parish councils to recruit local volunteer wardens to a new scheme helping to improve local flood preparation and responses.
Two ‘budding’ local wildflower projects have received pledges of £2750 by Cotswold District Council in its second round of funding contributions to local projects.
Fitness enthusiasts will soon be able to enjoy high-energy workouts in low-energy leisure centres as Cotswold District Council decarbonises council-owned buildings to make the district ‘green to the core’ as it pushes forward with its plans to tackle the climate emergency.
Regeneration of brownfield sites in the Cotswolds helps to provide over 100 affordable homes for local people
Cotswold District Council continues to build upon its commitment to provide truly affordable housing for local communities by regenerating existing sites to provide modern and affordable homes for the people who need them most.
Cotswold District Council is working to promote alternative means of rural affordable housing provision by encouraging a new community-led housing approach.
Cotswold District Council to trial innovative digital tools to improve engagement with residents around the future of the Cotswolds
Cotswold District Council has been successful in a funding bid to trial new, innovative digital platforms to help improve engagement with residents and make consultation more accessible for local people.
With COP26, the United Nations' global conference on tackling climate change getting underway on 31 October, Cotswold District Council is urging residents to recycle, compost or better still reuse their carved pumpkin lanterns once this year’s Halloween celebrations are over, to help reduce food waste and greenhouse gas emissions.