News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 7 October 2022
Royal Mail strikes - residents advised to arrange their postal votes in time for upcoming referendum
Please send your postal votes back as soon as possible for Laverstock and Ford Neighbourhood Plan referendum
Published 27 July 2022
Wiltshire Council 'minded to refuse' Westbury incinerator planning application
Wiltshire Council's Strategic Planning Committee has today (Wednesday 27 July) voted against approving a planning application from Northacre Renewable Energy Ltd for an energy from waste facility in Westbury.
Published 29 June 2022
Wiltshire Council in successful prosecution for breach of planning enforcement
Local man fined for breach of planning enforcement in Bromham
Published 22 June 2022
Planning team highly commended at national awards ceremony
Wiltshire Council's planning team has received a High Commendation at the Planning Awards 2022 for its use of digital technology in planning.
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 21 April 2022
Strategic Planning Committee defers Westbury incinerator planning application after considering new information
Wiltshire Council's Strategic Planning Committee voted to defer the planning application from Northacre Renewable Energy Ltd for an energy from waste facility in Westbury.
Published 8 March 2022
Residents invited to comment on two improvement projects in Salisbury City Centre
Wiltshire Council has unveiled the transformational projects that are proposed for Salisbury following the award of £9.4 million from Central Government through the Future High Streets Fund.
Published 22 February 2022
Rare building with special historic interest given unusual Listed status
A rare Cruck-framed building at Kings Farm in Winterslow has been given Grade II* listed status after being found to have special architectural and historic interest.
Published 9 February 2022
Wiltshire Council clarifies position on Churchfields site in Salisbury
As Salisbury City Council is currently consulting with the public and other stakeholders about its proposals for development at Churchfields, Wiltshire Council has clarified its position on the plans.