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Published 23 February 2024
Wiltshire Council shares update on progress towards carbon neutral on five-year anniversary of pledge
Wiltshire Council is marking the five-year anniversary of its carbon neutral by 2030 pledge with an update on the significant progress made so far.
Published 9 February 2024
Poole brothers sentenced for laundering money for rogue traders
Two brothers have been sentenced for their part in the defrauding of an elderly Corsham male with dementia.
Published 8 February 2024
Swindon and Wiltshire residents share how they save money and enjoy warmer homes with green energy
Locals to open their homes during county-wide Green Open Homes week 9 - 17 March 2024.
Published 31 January 2024
Revamp Your Tank: Septic Tank Upgrade Initiative
Wiltshire Council and Wessex Rivers Trust Join Forces to Preserve Hampshire Avon Catchment.
Published 19 December 2023
Wiltshire Council secures funding to help reduce the environmental impact of new developments
Wiltshire Council has successfully been allocated almost £10m in funding as part of a government nutrient mitigation scheme to reduce the environmental impact of new developments in the Hampshire Avon river catchment.
Published 27 November 2023
Money mules sentenced for their part in £250,000 money laundering case
Six individuals have been sentenced at Swindon Crown Court, for their part in the defrauding of two elderly residents by acting as money mules and laundering money.
Published 26 October 2023
Rogue traders ordered to pay victims back over £35k
Two brothers from Minety and a third man from Aldermaston have today been ordered to pay their victims around £35K under the Proceeds of Crime Act.
Published 11 October 2023
Wiltshire Council on track to be carbon neutral by 2030
Wiltshire Council has confirmed it is on track to being carbon neutral by 2030, as it updates on its recent progress in response to the climate emergency.
Published 25 September 2023
Devon men prosecuted for animal welfare offences
Wiltshire Council has successfully prosecuted and fined two men for causing unnecessary suffering to livestock.
Published 8 September 2023
Rogue trader ordered to pay compensation to elderly victims
A Chippenham builder has been found guilty of two breaches of the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008.

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