News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 30 March 2022
Wiltshire Council taking a tough stance against abandoned vehicles
A Calne resident has been issued with a £200 fixed penalty notice for abandoning a vehicle on Harris Road in the town.
Published 18 March 2022
New rewilding and wildflower areas will improve biodiversity in Wiltshire
Wiltshire residents will see more rewilding and wildflower areas popping up across the county as Wiltshire Council works to increase biodiversity and improve the natural environment.
Published 23 February 2022
Leisure energy savings
Wiltshire Council's leisure members are enjoying high-energy workouts in low-energy facilities following a range of initiatives that will help to reduce energy bills and carbon emissions.
Published 22 February 2022
Take part in the Great British Spring Clean this March and April in Wiltshire
Wiltshire Council is encouraging local groups and organisations to take part in the Great British Spring Clean this year, from 25 March-10 April.
Published 21 February 2022
Wiltshire Council sees record number of reports as it responds to Storm Eunice
Wiltshire Council has thanked its highways, emergency weather staff, contractors and all those involved for all their work throughout the weekend in responding to a record number of incidents caused by Storm Eunice.
Published 1 February 2022
Cabinet approves Climate Strategy and Natural Environment Plan
Wiltshire Council's Cabinet has today (Tuesday 1 February) approved the council's Climate Strategy and Green & Blue Infrastructure Strategy, Wiltshire's Natural Environment Plan.
Published 16 December 2021
Wiltshire Council responds to BANES' decision to restrict HGVs on the A36 at Cleveland Bridge
Wiltshire Council has reiterated its strong objections to the plans
Published 13 December 2021
Green light given for Salisbury's transformational River Park scheme
A major project to reduce flood risk and improve biodiversity and green space in Salisbury is set to progress after planning permission was granted for the first phase of the scheme.
Published 18 November 2021
Swindon resident pays the price for fly-tipping in Lyneham
A Swindon resident has been ordered to pay £440 in fines after giving her household waste to an unlicensed waste collector, who then fly-tipped it in Lyneham, in the Wiltshire Council authority area
Published 17 November 2021
The Queen's Green Canopy Tree Planting Ceremony
The Lord-Lieutenant of Wiltshire, Mrs Sarah Troughton has attended a tree planting ceremony at Bourne Hill Secret Garden in Salisbury, organised by Wiltshire Council.