Three Gloucs districts bid to form two new unitaries covering the county

Three Gloucestershire district councils have launched a bid to merge the county's seven local authorities into two unitaries, with the promise that it would "help provide a more strategic overview of planning".

by Ellie Kahn
Cirencester in Gloucestershire, where Cotswold District Council is based (Pic: Getty)
Cirencester in Gloucestershire, where Cotswold District Council is based (Pic: Getty)

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