Welcome to the website for Broadwell Parish Council

Broadwell is a picturesque village located between Stow on the Wold and Moreton in Marsh. Here you will find information relating to Broadwell Parish Council, including agendas and meetings, procedures and financial information. You will find a page covering the history of Broadwell village & St. Paul's Church. There is also an Events page which will provide you with information on local events and other village news.

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Emergency notice
Covid-19 Updates
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13 December 2023

Road Closure

Ganborough Road - Longborough 13/12/2023 to 16/12/2023 View Details

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November 2023
Winter Warmth

Stow Neighbourhood Plan - CDC Consultation is now open (closes 5th January)

Cotswold District Council Website


November 2023
Stow on the Wold NDP

Stow-on-the-Wold Town Council has submitted a Neighbourhood Plan to help shape the development of Stow-on-the-Wold and the Swells.

The plan sets out a vision for the future of the two parishes and proposes planning policies to be used alongside the Cotswold District Council Local Plan to determine planning applications in the area.

Under the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations, the Plan is subject to a consultation run by Cotswold District Council, before being reviewed by an Independent Examiner, who will take comments into account in reaching a view on the Plan and its policies.

The Stow-on-the-Wold and the Swells Neighbourhood Plan proposes 16 policies to shape new development, including the allocation of a new mixed-use development, a principal residency policy, designation of Local Green Spaces, the promotion of a new Design Guide and a wide range of policies seeking to address community concerns.

Interested parties are now asked to submit their views on the Stow-on-the-Wold and Swells Neighbourhood Development Plan Consultation. Anyone wishing to comment must do so by 12 noon on Friday 5th January 2024.

To make your comments, please complete the form on our website.

We will accept other comments in writing (including electronic, such as email, provided that a name and address are supplied. We cannot accept anonymous comments.

Following the public consultation, the plan will be examined independently to ensure that it meets the conditions of the Localism Act and other relevant regulations. Public comments will also be considered by the independent examiner in determining whether the Plan meets the legal requirements.

For more general information about Neighbourhood Planning please see:

Broadwell Parish Council encourages all of its residents to have their say by following the above link.

History, Charm & Community Spirit

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