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Published 6 June 2024
Wiltshire Council invests an extra £1m into improving planning service
Wiltshire Council has announced an extra £1m investment into its planning teams to deliver a first-class planning service with faster decision making and excellent customer service.
Published 23 May 2024
Planning permission granted for Melksham Oak walking, cycling and wheeling path
Wiltshire Council has granted permission for construction of a new shared use walking cycling and wheeling path to and from Melksham Oak School.
Published 22 May 2024
Council calls on Government for more guidance over solar farms
Wiltshire Council has called on the Government to provide more clarity over its strategy for delivering solar farms
Published 20 May 2024
Council seeks views on Local Development Order to support Revamp Your Tank Scheme
Wiltshire Council is asking for people to provide feedback on a proposal which could potentially accelerate a project to upgrade people's septic tanks.
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 11 April 2024
Council secures High Court injunction to ensure unlawful woodland buildings are removed
Wiltshire Council has secured a High Court injunction to ensure that two buildings on land known as Quarry Woods at Quarry Hill, Box, are demolished.
Published 23 February 2024
Wiltshire Design Guide formally adopted
Wiltshire Council's Design Guide, which will help to ensure future developments in the county are consistently of a high-quality design, was approved for adoption by Council on 20 February and is now a supplementary planning document
Published 22 February 2024
Corsham resident ordered to remove rendered cladding from home after successful Wiltshire Council planning enforcement
A Corsham resident has six months to remove rendered cladding from the exterior walls of their house following successful planning enforcement work by Wiltshire Council officers
Published 9 February 2024
Wiltshire Design Guide moves a step closer to being formally adopted
Wiltshire Council's Cabinet agreed earlier this week (Tuesday 6 February) that its Wiltshire Design Guide, which will help to ensure future developments in the county are consistently of a high-quality design, should go forward for formal adoption at this month's Full Council meeting

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