News and communications
The latest news from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 1 April 2021
Wiltshire Council shares Bath Clean Air Zone correspondence
Wiltshire Council has publicly shared its correspondence with key figures on Bath Clean Air Zone (CAZ) following discussions at its Cabinet meeting on Tuesday 16 March.
Published 21 December 2020
Wiltshire Council signs £75 million funding deal with Homes England
Wiltshire Council entered into a funding agreement with Homes England on Friday (18 December 2020) securing £75 million of Housing Infrastructure Funding.
Published 4 December 2020
Face coverings compulsory for pupils aged 11 and over on school buses to secondary schools and colleges
All those travelling - apart from those medically exempt - will need to wear a face covering throughout their journey
Published 1 December 2020
People Friendly Salisbury scheme removed in the city
Wiltshire Council has confirmed that following the announced suspension of the scheme, much of the People Friendly Salisbury infrastructure in the city has been removed.
Published 24 April 2020
Closure of Ridgeway National Trail to vehicles extended
Part of the Ridgeway National Trail in Wiltshire will be closed to motor vehicles over the spring and summer months to enable repair works to be completed.
Published 23 April 2020
Essential gas network upgrades in Wilton
Gas company SGN will shortly start safety-critical network upgrades in the A30 West Street area of Wilton in Salisbury.
Published 26 March 2020
Wiltshire Council eases parking restrictions
To support residents and key workers during the ongoing Coronavirus situation, Wiltshire Council is easing parking restrictions.
Published 3 March 2020
Focus on potholes continues in aftermath of winter storms
Wiltshire Council is continuing to focus efforts on fixing potholes on the county's roads as the clean-up after the recent winter storms Ciara, Dennis and Jorge continues.
Published 2 March 2020
LGBT+ Fostering and Adoption Week
"Rewarding," "providing a warm friendly home" and "making a difference" are just some of the ways Julie and Clare describe their role as foster carers.