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Information for electors voting in the General Election 2024.

A UK parliamentary election has been called for 4 July 2024. Deadlines for registering to vote, and applying for a postal vote, have now passed. To apply to vote by proxy, you have until 5pm on 26 June 2024: GOV.UK: Apply to vote by proxy (opens new window)

Overseas electors may consider applying to vote by proxy. For more information see the General Election 2024 page.

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Published 20 May 2024
Still time to comment on the Draft Licensing Policy
Residents and business owners are reminded to take part in the draft licensing policy consultation before it closes on 29 May.
Published 17 April 2024
Wiltshire Council seeking views on its licensing policy
Wiltshire Council is seeking views on its licensing policy, which sets out how the council will manage local licensing and will provide clarity for residents, business and all those who make licence applications.
Published 12 May 2022
Wiltshire Council welcomes first member to Dog Walker Scheme
Wiltshire Council introduced a new voluntary scheme last year to help dog owners find suitably trained dog walkers and has now welcomed its first successful member to the project.
Published 6 May 2022
Council seeks feedback on proposed changes to taxi licensing
Wiltshire Council is seeking feedback from taxi drivers and the general public on proposals to change the county's taxi licensing zones.
Published 20 January 2022
Former Salisbury restaurant proprietor fined £15,000 for rat and fly infested business
The former operator of a restaurant in Salisbury has pleaded guilty and been fined for ten charges of poor hygiene practices found by Wiltshire Council's Food and Safety Team
Published 13 January 2022
Wiltshire Council successful with dog microchipping prosecution
A Wiltshire woman has been prosecuted by Wiltshire Council for not having an identification tag on a collar or a microchip registered for her dog.
Published 6 January 2022
Salisbury resident prosecuted for fly-tipping
The resident appeared at Salisbury Magistrates Court on Tuesday 4 January and pleaded guilty to the fly-tipping offence
Published 18 November 2021
Swindon resident pays the price for fly-tipping in Lyneham
A Swindon resident has been ordered to pay £440 in fines after giving her household waste to an unlicensed waste collector, who then fly-tipped it in Lyneham, in the Wiltshire Council authority area
Published 15 October 2021
Dog Warden service recognised with Gold Stray Dogs Award
Wiltshire Council's Dog Warden service has received national recognition from the RSPCA.
Published 23 September 2021
Warminster takeaway fined £28,200 for poor hygiene
The prosecution was brought following a history of poor compliance and a succession of interventions with the business to try to improve standards without success.

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