The Official Upper Rissington Parish Council Website Cheltenham
Upper Rissington Parish Council website
The Parish Council is made up of volunteers who live in the village, who give up some of their free time to help make the village a better place.
The Official Upper Rissington Parish Council Website Cheltenham
Upper Rissington Parish Council website
The street names give a clue to the village's former life, having names such as Sopwith Road and Avro Road.
The Official Upper Rissington Parish Council Website Cheltenham
Upper Rissington Parish Council website
The village is the most populous area of the 'Rissingtons' electoral ward.
The Official Upper Rissington Parish Council Website Cheltenham
Upper Rissington Parish Council website
There is also a village green, children's play area community hall, hairdressers and gym.
The Official Upper Rissington Parish Council Website Cheltenham
Upper Rissington Parish Council website
This ward starts in the south at Great Rissington and stretches north to Icomb.
The Official Upper Rissington Parish Council Website Cheltenham
Upper Rissington Parish Council website
The total population for Great Rissington taken at the 2011 census was 2,103.
The Official Upper Rissington Parish Council Website Cheltenham
Upper Rissington Parish Council website
Our official population from the 2011 census was quoted at 1,046.
The Official Upper Rissington Parish Council Website Cheltenham
Upper Rissington Parish Council website
Attractions such as the Cotswold Wild Life Park near Burford and Bourton-on-the-Water are all within easy reach by car.
The Official Upper Rissington Parish Council Website Cheltenham
Upper Rissington Parish Council website
Much of Upper Rissington is a conservation area and the village lies within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)

Revised Proposals for new Cotswold Constitiuency Published

 The independent Boundary Commission for England (BCE) has            published revised proposals for new Parliamentary constituencies,         including the Cotswolds. The publication marks the start of eight weeks of public consultation, during which the Commission is inviting feedback to help shape the proposed new constituency boundaries.  This is the     last round of public consultation before the Boundary Commission      makes its recommendations to Parliament.

Insofar as Cotswold District is concerned, the current parliamentary      constituency (known as ‘The Cotswolds’) encompasses the Cotswold    District Council area plus the wards of Kingswood, Minchinhampton and Wotton-under-Edge within Stroud District Council.  The proposed        constituency, also called ‘The Cotswolds’, would comprise the same        Cotswold District Council area plus the Isbourne and Winchcombe        Wards from Tewkesbury Borough Council.  The proposed new          constituency would comprise almost 73,000 electors.

During the eight week consultation period, copies of the relevant       documents for the Cotswolds Constituency will be available for public inspection at the Council’s offices in Trinity Road, Cirencester and the Moreton Area Centre.

The consultation closes on 11 December 2017 and comments can be made on the Commission’s website at www.bce2018.org.uk.

Developer Meeting – 3rd November 2017

A second meeting with Linden/Bovis is being arranged. This will take place on Friday 3rd November 2017 in the Village Hall,                            commencing at 6pm.

Members of the public are urged to forward their questions as soon as possible to Cllr Nigel Moor at:
nigel.moor@gloucestershire.gov.uk, who will co-ordinate the              questions in advance. These questions will constitute the agenda for the meeting.

For more information, please see the following link:

Public Meeting – 3rd November 2017