Resignation of Parish Councillor


January 2022

Please find attached the Notice of Vacancy in the office of Councillor for Broadwell Parish Council.

Councillor Georgina Thorley is standing down from the parish council due to other commitments.  

This means there are now currently two seats vacant on the parish council. If you or anyone you know

is interested in the village, community affairs and projects, and would like to fill these spaces, please contact the clerk

in the first instance at

We ask that you attend parish meetings and donate whatever time you have available with no pressure, to ongoing village projects.  The parish council only meet every six weeks to discuss and agree on parish matters.

Cotswold District Council - Updates and News

Cotswold District Council


January 2022

FREE ENERGY SURVEYS FOR PRIVATE TENANTS: 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).  Please access through the link below:

Cotswold District Council - Roundup

Cotswold District Council


November 2021  

Follow the above link to access:

Includes 20mph is plenty for our towns

Climate change and reduction 

Affordable housing






March 2021

Registering to vote

Anyone who wishes to vote must be registered on the electoral register. The deadline for those who are not registered to make an application is Monday 19 April. For more information and to register see:

Postal voting

For anyone interested in voting by post this year they just need to make sure they apply before 20 April 2021. They can request a postal vote application form by visiting

We would encourage people to sign up to do this as soon as possible.

Proxy voting

If a resident is unable to make it to the polling station, then they can nominate someone to be their proxy and cast their vote for them. The proxy needs to be a registered voter and able to attend the voter’s own polling station. Applications for proxy voting need to be sent to the District Council by no later than 5pm on Tuesday 27 April.

More information around the local elections for 2021 can be found at our website

Consultation Licensing Policy

Cotswold District Council


February 2021

Consultation on Cotswold District Council’s Draft Statement of Licensing Policy (Licensing Act 2003)

Cotswold District Council has prepared a draft policy and this is available to view online. If you wish to view this document please visit If you require a printed copy of the draft policy, then please email the licensing team by replying to this email.

If you would like to comment on the draft policy the final date for responses is Sunday 9th May 2021. A link is provided on the above

Cotswold District Council Covid Business Update

Cotswold District Council

Covid 19 Business Update


Hello, I’m Councillor Tony Dale, Cabinet Member for Economy and Transformation. As summer draws to a close, I hope it has been an enjoyable and successful one for you. In particular, I hope businesses in the retail and hospitality sectors have been able to make up some of the lost ground from the lockdown earlier in the year. Case numbers are still high, so it’s important we all play our part in keeping the virus under control. The latest guidance for business on the link below.

There is a lot of support out there for businesses and the wider economy and some of these initiatives are highlighted in this newsletter. Please take advantage of the help and support available if you feel it will be of value to you and your business.

It has been heartening to hear about many new businesses starting up in the District in recent months and I’m sure this is a trend that will continue. As ever, if there is anything we can help with, please get in touch.

CDC Green initiative

Cotswold District Council's Green Infrastructure Consultation The Council invites you and key stakeholders to comment on Cotswold District Council’s draft Green Infrastructure Strategy. We want your views on the Strategy and about how green spaces in your community could be made better. Covering a wide variety of open spaces and green features, Green Infrastructure (often referred to by town planners as GI) typically includes parks, playing fields, woodland, allotments and private gardens but can include sustainable drainage features - used to alleviate flooding and water pollution - urban planting, cycle tracks and Public Rights of Way as well as ‘blue’ features such as streams and other waterways. Members of the public, local communities and community groups Statutory decision-makers and consultees Town and Parish Councils Developers and their agents Landowners/managers The Strategy is aimed at and we are seeking comments from: To take part please visit the above link.