News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 25 August 2021
Wiltshire Council Leader thanks residents for offers of help as preparations continue to welcome Afghan refugees to the county
Wiltshire Council Leader Richard Clewer has thanked residents for their kind offers of accommodation and support in response to the current crisis in Afghanistan.
Published 17 August 2021
Statement in response to the situation in Afghanistan
Wiltshire Council has issued a statement in light of the current situation in Afghanistan.
Published 11 March 2021
Election notices published as preparation continues
A number of elections take place on 6 May 2021
Published 8 March 2021
Consultation on the Future Chippenham road route options closes on Friday
Make sure you have your say on the proposals. The consultation closes this Friday (12 March) at 5pm!
Published 19 January 2021
Cabinet outlines its financial plan to help Wiltshire recover following unprecedented year
Wiltshire Council has outlined its financial proposals to help the county and its residents get back on their feet
Published 12 January 2021
Consultation on the Future Chippenham road route options launches this week
The eight-week public consultation starts on Friday
Published 5 January 2021
Last chance to shape the Salisbury River Park proposals
Residents and local businesses have until 5pm on Friday 8 January 2021 to give their views on the Salisbury River Park proposals.
Published 18 December 2020
Sign up to online events and have your say about where future developments should take place in Wiltshire
Have your say on the Wiltshire Local Plan
Published 14 December 2020
Ground investigations as part of Salisbury River Park proposals
To help inform any future works as part of the Salisbury River Park proposals, the Environment Agency is carrying out preliminary ground investigation work at the Maltings and Central Area Car Park.
Published 8 December 2020
Council urging eligible residents to not miss out on self-isolation support payment
If you're on a lower income and required to self-isolate because of COVID-19, you may be eligible for a support payment of £500.