We have included here, links to websites of organisations relevant to topics addressed by the Council.
If you would like to suggest any other links which you believe might be of use to the community, especially in a emergency, please let us know.
- Cotswold District Council Planning Department
This is your local planning department for enquiries about applications and enforcement.
- Gloucestershire County Council – Report an issue
Through this link you can report potholes in the road, flooding, overgrown vegetation and many other issues
- Cotswolds Conservation Board (Countryside Fund)
The Cotswolds Conservation Board is the organisation that exists to conserve and enhance the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). It is one of the 4 sponsors which provided funding for the refurbishment of the dry-stone wall at Seven Springs.
- Waste collections
- Gloucestershire Police Constabulary
The Gloucestershire Police Constabulary website provides much useful information about crime prevention and community safety
- Gloucestershire Highways
Information on the County’s roads and who to contact. GCC Highways is also one of the 4 sponsors which provided funding for the refurbishment of the dry-stone wall at Seven Springs.
- Gloucestershire Road Safety
Information on road safety in the county
- Friends of the Cotswolds
Friends of the Cotswolds is a charity which supports the conservation and enhancement of the environment and landscape of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is one of the 4 sponsors which provided funding for the refurbishment of the dry-stone wall at Seven Springs.
- National Grid
Responsible for the Wormington to Sapperton gas pipeline project. As part of its care for the environment and support for the communities in which it works, National Grid is one of the 4 sponsors which provided funding for the refurbishment of the dry-stone wall at Seven Springs.
- Gloucestershire Road Safety Partnership Community Hub
The Road Safety Community Engagement Hub is the new one-stop-shop for communities who have a road safety concern in their locality. The Hub isn’t a replacement for Road Safety Partnership (RSP), or any existing services, rather it is a enhancement that compliments everything that that they do, and joins forces with colleagues in Police and Highways to provide the very best resolution or advice to the communities they serve.
Normally, road safety concerns fall into two broad categories – concerns about the ‘road’ or place, or concerns about the unsafe manner in which some ‘people’ behave on the road – and it would be very helpful to you if your concern is directed to the most appropriate place in the first instance to provide you with the help and advice you are seeking.