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Published 26 February 2021
There is still time to take part in the Wiltshire Local Plan review consultation
There are now less than two weeks to take part in the Wiltshire Local Plan review consultation, and for people to have their say on where future developments may be built in the county in the next 15 years.
Published 18 February 2021
Third live public webinar on the Future Chippenham distributor road route options
An additional online public webinar is being held this Saturday, 20 February 2021 at 11am, to provide a further opportunity for residents and businesses to find out more about the consultation on the Future Chippenham distributor road route options.
Published 17 February 2021
Wiltshire Council's Chief Executive and Director of Public Health volunteer at Salisbury City Hall vaccination centre
Terence Herbert and Kate Blackburn spent an afternoon volunteering at the City Hall NHS vaccination centre in Salisbury
Published 12 February 2021
Wiltshire Council extends closing date of Additional Restrictions Grant for businesses to Monday 15 February
Wiltshire Council has extended the cut-off date for new applications for the Additional Restrictions Grant (ARG), also known as Discretionary Payments, to 23:59 on Monday 15 February.
Published 5 February 2021
Further live public webinar on the Future Chippenham distributor road route options
Published 4 February 2021
Trowbridge and Salisbury town centres a step closer to investment boost
Over £25 million investment for Salisbury and Trowbridge town centres has moved a step closer
Published 27 March 2020
Council tax and business rates payments deferred until June for those who need it
Published 12 March 2020
Cranes, military jet engines and the latest technology at STEM fair in Salisbury
Published 29 January 2020
Restaurant licences suspended due to illegal working on premises
Following applications made by the Home Office (Immigration Enforcement), two restaurants in Chippenham and Pewsey have had licenses suspended due to illegal working taking place on the premises.