Strategies and policies
Wiltshire Council is committed to providing excellent housing services. One of our key priorities is to ensure that we make best use of existing stock and that, working with our partners, we increase the supply of decent new affordable homes in Wiltshire.
Wiltshire is a large rural authority and is part of several housing markets. It is, on the whole, an affluent area with high and rising property values. The aims and priorities for strategic housing in Wiltshire over the next five years have been developed through consultation with our customers, our community, and our partners. These priorities complement and support wider national and regional priorities, including the Council's community plan. They are based on working in partnership with a range of individuals and agencies, including tenants' groups, public organisations, voluntary, and private sectors.
In this section, you can find information about how the council's housing services are structured, and details of our strategic documents and overarching policies. The community plan can be found in the download section.
- Wiltshire core strategy
- Gypsy and traveller sites
- Council housing strategies and policies
- Our planning policy
- New housing policies and strategies
- Communal Areas Policy
- Private sector strategies - enforcing the housing act
- Private sector strategies - houses in multiple occupancy licensing policy
- Regional housing strategy.