News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 28 October 2022
Apprentices reap benefits of site visit to Salisbury River Park
Civil engineering apprentices across Wiltshire Council were delighted to be given the opportunity of seeing first-hand the works taking place at Salisbury River Park and observe how theory is put into practice.
Published 28 October 2022
Council increases taxi tariff to help operators meet rising fuel costs
Wiltshire Council has agreed to raise Tariff 1 for Hackney Carriages in Wiltshire by 10% to help drivers meet the cost of rising fuel prices.
Published 27 October 2022
Be prepared for improvement works to start at Church Street and Union Street in Trowbridge
Works will commence on Monday 31 October 2022 and will predominantly take place during the daytime
Published 20 October 2022
Wiltshire highways teams getting ready for winter weather
Wiltshire Council's winter maintenance teams are gearing up for the colder weather by taking the gritters out on test runs in the coming weeks.
Published 14 October 2022
Improvements to Church Street/Union Street in Trowbridge starting soon
Works to improve the public realm and road network at the junction of Church Street and Union Street in Trowbridge will start on Monday 31 October 2022 for approximately 12 weeks.
Published 13 October 2022
Lyneham Banks: council announces new traffic measures as major ground survey work begins
Wiltshire Council is making changes to the road network around the closed B4069 Lyneham Banks to help ease traffic concerns for local people and reduce the number of heavy good vehicles (HGVs) using narrow roads in the area.
Published 11 October 2022
Council to invest into improved local highways maintenance
Wiltshire Council is building on its very successful Parish Stewards scheme by investing £233,000 each year for the next three years into a new two-person team with improved equipment.
Published 10 October 2022
'Facebook fly-tipper' banned from driving and will have vehicle crushed after Wiltshire Council prosecution
Wiltshire Council has secured another successful prosecution in the fight against fly-tipping, after Mr Nicholas Farmer, of Camelot Close, Andover, appeared at Salisbury Magistrates Court on Thursday 6 October and pleaded guilty to multiple environmental offences.
Published 7 October 2022
Royal Mail strikes - residents advised to arrange their postal votes in time for upcoming referendum
Please send your postal votes back as soon as possible for Laverstock and Ford Neighbourhood Plan referendum
Published 4 October 2022
Cabinet to consider further investment in successful Parish Stewards programme
Wiltshire Council's Cabinet will consider a proposal to invest more money into its successful Parish Stewards scheme.