News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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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
Rare building with special historic interest given unusual Listed status
A rare Cruck-framed building at Kings Farm in Winterslow has been given Grade II* listed status after being found to have special architectural and historic interest.
Published 9 February 2022
Wiltshire Council clarifies position on Churchfields site in Salisbury
As Salisbury City Council is currently consulting with the public and other stakeholders about its proposals for development at Churchfields, Wiltshire Council has clarified its position on the plans.
Published 8 February 2022
Wiltshire Council Building Control team wins national award
Wiltshire Council's Building Control team has won the Best Partnership with Local Authority Building Control award at the LABC Building Excellence Awards
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 11 November 2020
People urged to scrap paper and submit digital-only planning and building regulation applications
People are urged to submit applications digitally through the Wiltshire Council website to avoid unnecessary delays.
Published 20 September 2020
Businesses encouraged to take part in new Green Homes Grant scheme
Homeowners and landlords can now access funding to pay for the cost of energy saving measures under the new Green Homes Grant scheme and businesses are being encouraged to register their services.
Published 22 May 2020
Wiltshire's Neighbourhood Plans make it easier for communities to flourish
Wiltshire Council has the third highest number of 'made' Neighbourhood Plans in the country as a national milestone of 1,000 made local plans has been passed.