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An update to Cotswold District Council’s Local Plan will tackle the climate emergency and help to deliver a carbon zero future for residents. The ‘Your Cotswold, Your Plan’ Regulation 18 ‘issues and options’ consultation will begin on Friday 4th February and will run to Sunday 20th March 2022.
Cotswold District Council is offering free online training courses to help local businesses remain Covid resilient as restrictions begin to ease.
Do you have an idea for a community project? Want to make your neighbourhood more sustainable, inclusive, or accessible? From community gardens and Jubilee celebrations to pop-up markets and murals – if you have an idea, sign up for our free online workshop to find out more.
Cotswold District Council to offer financial support to people struggling this winter across the Cotswolds
Cotswold District Council has been allocated over £130,500 for the Household Support Fund to help families who may be struggling this winter.
Tenants living in cold and draughty accommodation can expect warmer, healthier homes thanks to a campaign by Cotswold District Council, which has received backing from the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
Council announces increase in parking charges and wider availability of season tickets along with improvements to Cotswold car parks
Cotswold District Council has agreed to implement a new season ticket offer and to increase car parking charges to help maintain car parks, invest in improvements and increase the availability of spaces.
Work is underway to look at improving sustainable transport links between Cirencester and Kemble after the Council and its partners have received £115,000 to study what options may be feasible.
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.