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Cotswold District Council is celebrating Rural Housing Week with the groundbreaking of a new rural housing development in Sunground, Avening.
Cotswold District Council have committed to exploring options for bringing the Old Station in the centre of Cirencester back into use and preserving the historic building for future generations.
Plans to cut the carbon emissions of two district leisure centres and make them more sustainable have been completed as the Council commits to tackle the climate emergency.
Cotswold artist Anita Saunders brings an exhibition of current work to the Corinium Museum, Cirencester – all inspired by nature.
Cotswold District Council have been working with Cotswold Lakes Trust on their Enjoy and Respect campaign, aiming to raise awareness of the environmental impacts anti-social behaviour can have on this natural area of beauty.
Cotswold District Council has committed to continued support for the Armed Forces community in the district ahead of Armed Forces Day.
A new, ground-breaking initiative is paving the way for cleaner, greener transport in Cotswold District as the Council’s outdated electric vehicle charging points (EVCPs) are replaced with new state-of-the-art 50kW rapid charge units at Old Market Way car park, Moreton-in-Marsh and The Beeches car park, Cirencester.
Corporate Plan Refresh - more activity for the Cotswolds as good progress is made on Council projects
Cotswold District Council has updated its Corporate Strategy, which sets out the key projects the Council has committed to delivering for the Cotswolds, with great progress made on the previous plan started in September 2020.
In its continued commitment to tackling the climate and ecological emergency, Cotswold District Council is taking a leading role in supporting wildlife by helping to create a Nature Recovery Plan (NRP) for the much loved Cotswold Water Park.
Cotswold District Council is preparing to start regeneration works of Brewery Court following a £30,000 investment to bring the area back to its former beauty.
Cotswold District Council has pledged £24,500 to three local projects in the latest round of funding contributions for Crowdfund Cotswold.