News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 30 June 2022
First of 600 trees planted at Salisbury River Park
A programme to plant over 600 trees throughout the Salisbury River Park project has kicked off with the first new trees planted along Coldharbour Lane, near Fisherton Recreation Ground.
Published 29 June 2022
Council updates on progress of ACAS-facilitated talks with the GMB Union
After hosting ACAS-facilitated talks with the GMB Union today (Wednesday 29 June), Wiltshire Council has issued a statement on the next steps.
Published 28 June 2022
Reminder of B3108 Winsley Road closure to build shared use path
Wiltshire Council is reminding people that the B3108 between Winsley and Bradford on Avon will be closed from 25 July and during August to build a shared use path to improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists.
Published 27 June 2022
Wiltshire Council issues reminder that parking restrictions remain in place during strike action
We're reminding residents and visitors that parking restrictions and charges remain in place throughout the county during the forthcoming parking civil enforcement officers' strike
Published 22 June 2022
Help to shape cycling and walking plans in Chippenham, Devizes and Trowbridge
Wiltshire Council is asking people in Chippenham, Devizes and Trowbridge to have their say on draft Local Cycling and Walking Plans (LCWIPs) in each of the three towns.
Published 20 June 2022
Wiltshire Council seeks feedback on plans to improve Junction 17 of the M4 near Chippenham
Wiltshire Council is asking for people's views on proposals to improve Junction 17 of the M4 near Chippenham.
Published 18 June 2022
Devizes Gateway station moves to next stage after Department for Transport announcement
Wiltshire Council has welcomed the news that the Devizes Gateway station project is to be developed further, thanks to an announcement by the Department for Transport (DfT).
Published 17 June 2022
Successful outcome for Wiltshire Council in Future Chippenham judicial review
Wiltshire Council has been successful in defending a challenge against the decision making and consultation for the Future Chippenham programme, a proposed residential development to the south of the town.
Published 14 June 2022
Melksham resident prosecuted for fly-tipping offences
A Melksham resident has been successfully prosecuted by Wiltshire Council for environmental and trading standards offences whilst operating a waste clearance service on Facebook selling sites across Wiltshire.
Published 8 June 2022
Avebury parking restrictions in June for Summer Solstice
Wiltshire Council has set out plans to ensure people can enjoy the Summer Solstice safely at Avebury this year, while ensuring the World Heritage Site is as protected as possible.