News and communications
The latest news from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 23 February 2021
2021/22 budget is approved
The 2021/22 budget has been formally agreed at a meeting of Full Council
Published 22 February 2021
Wiltshire Council responds to Wiltshire Climate Alliance progress report
Wiltshire Council has responded to a report that has been released today (Monday 22 February) by Wiltshire Climate Alliance (WCA) to mark two years since the council declared a climate emergency.
Published 18 February 2021
Prospective candidates and agents invited to election webinar
The webinar will be an opportunity to find out about standing in the Wiltshire Council Unitary and Town and Parish elections on 6 May
Published 10 February 2021
Wiltshire Council receives Green Homes Grant to progress its Housing Energy Efficiency Programme
Wiltshire Council has been successful in its bid for Green Homes Grant of £546,500 which will target work to be carried out to improve 100 of the Council's least energy efficient homes as part of its Housing Energy Efficiency programme.
Published 4 February 2021
People urged to vote by post and have their say in a safe way
Are you registered to vote by post? Find out how
Published 6 November 2020
Wiltshire Council pays tribute ahead of Remembrance Sunday
Wiltshire Council pay tribute to those who paid the ultimate sacrifice
Published 4 November 2020
Many council services continuing during national restrictions
We will still run the majority of services while new restrictions are in place
Published 3 November 2020
Cabinet agrees to new zero carbon council houses and energy efficient improvements
It forms part of our commitment to make Wiltshire carbon neutral by 2030
Published 31 March 2020
Wiltshire Council garden waste collection renewals deferred to 15 June
Wiltshire Council has postponed the renewal process for garden waste collection until 15 June, due to the pressure on council services because of COVID-19. Garden waste collections will continue, provided the council's contractor has sufficient staff to maintain service delivery.