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FoI disclosure log

This Disclosure Log has been published to provide access to  our responses to all requests made under the FoI legislation during the  previous two years.

Should you wish to receive a copy of a response to a previous  request please email foi@wiltshire.gov.uk  quoting the reference number of the response you are interested in.

This list will be updated monthly allowing 20 working days  to pass from receipt of the final request in the month in question.

Please note we retain details of requests for a period of  two years from their closure date and are therefore unable to provide  information about requests completed more than two years ago. For further  information please refer to our Retention Schedule.

2016 Disclosure Log

October PDF (1.6mb)
November PDF (1.7mb)
December PDF (1mb)

2017 Disclosure Log

January PDF (1.5mb)
February PDF (1.5mb)
March PDF (2.3mb)
April PDF (0.9mb)
May PDF (1.3mb)
June PDF (1.2mb)
July PDF (1.4mb)
August PDF (1.7mb)
September PDF (1.2mb)
October PDF (1.2mb)
November PDF (1.3mb)
December PDF (1mb)

2018 Disclosure Log

January PDF (1.2mb)
February PDF (1.4mb)
March PDF (1.1mb)
April PDF (1.2mb)
May PDF (1.6mb)
June PDF (1.6mb)
July PDF (1.9mb)
August PDF (1.5mb)
September PDF (1.4mb)

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We regularly receive requests for information which we either do not hold or have made available elsewhere. Below is a list of such request and our response to them.

The council does not hold any information on the numbers of people applying to take the examination or details of pass and failure rates. Grammar Schools have administered the 11 plus examinations directly since 1995.


There is a small collection of items formally held in the Members’ rooms at County Hall. These include various portraits and landscapes, as well as a stuffed Bustard in a stand. These are not on public display but are kept for artistic reasons. These have been valued for insurance purposes in the past with values individually not exceeding £1,500 per item. The total value of these items is not material, nor is there a benefit in obtaining updated valuations.

There are a small number of other art works in the Council including; a modern art piece (the Leaf) in Bourne Hill Salisbury, a newly commissioned giant painted Bustard held outside the Library in Trowbridge; various statues in parks and open spaces across the county. In addition there are various collections such as the Local Collections at Salisbury, the Savernake Collection, Arundell of Wardour collection amongst others. These items have been investigated and it is felt the cost of obtaining valuations far exceeds the benefit in all these cases.

Further information can be found in the council Annual Report and Statement of Accounts.


Wiltshire Council does not make arrangements for the various Christmas light displays across the county. The individual City, Town or Parish Councils make the arrangements for Christmas light displays.  Contact details for the City, Town and Parish Councils.


The Council has not made any compulsory purchase orders since it's creation in 2009.

The Returning Officer does not carry out the duties of his office on behalf of the local authority but in his own personal capacity. The Freedom of Information Act does not list persons appointed under the Representation of the People Act 1983 as public authorities. The Electoral Registration Officer, Returning Officer or any person appointed under the 1983 Act are not subject to the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act.

Coroners are independent judicial officers. Coroners are not designated as public authorities under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and their records are not subject to the information access regime of the Act.


The council has not operated a 'Meals on Wheels' service since at least 2010. We hold no information on this type of service.


The council does not and has not operated any museums since its creation in 2009.


Information about public health funerals is published on our website.


Information relating to the exclusion of pupils from schools in Wiltshire can be found here.


The council can confirm that none of the buildings within its housing portfolio are more than 5 storeys and none of these properties have aluminium composite cladding (ACM). We have reviewed all our buildings to ensure they have up to date fire risk assessments.


Wiltshire council have not held any meetings specifically about the UK exiting the EU (Brexit), a range of financial planning meetings have considered the potential impact on the council and other meetings have considered the impact on areas such as the health and social care workforce in Wiltshire. The minutes of public meetings are available on the council’s website and terms such as Brexit can be used in the search facility.

Last updated: 14 November 2018 | Last reviewed: 14 November 2018