News and communications
The latest news from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 29 June 2020
Wiltshire Council appoints Chief Executive
Terence will take up his new role from 1 July
Published 27 June 2020
Council shows its support for the Armed Forces
Armed Forces Day is on 27 June
Published 17 June 2020
Council tax payments resume for those who deferred
More than 5,800 households took us up on the offer
Published 16 June 2020
Changes to Malmesbury High Street help people to social distance
The new measures will came in on 15 June
Published 15 June 2020
Time to renew your garden waste collections
Households that pay to receive garden waste collections will receive an email or letter this week inviting them to renew their subscription by 14 August. New customers can also sign up to receive this service.
Published 12 June 2020
Melksham High Street footway improvements
Works to improve the footway on the western side of the High Street in Melksham, between the Market Place and the signalised pedestrian crossing, will begin on Sunday 21 June for five weeks.
Published 11 June 2020
New bin will help to combat fly-tipping in Warminster
Wiltshire Council has installed a new commercial-sized bin on George Street, Warminster, to help solve the issue of fly-tipping on this street.
Published 9 June 2020
Cabinet approves proposed changes to Wiltshire Council senior leadership structure
Wiltshire Council's Cabinet members today (Tuesday 9 June) approved steps to make a proposed change to the tier one senior leadership structure of the council to support the COVID-19 recovery plan and delivery of ongoing savings.
Published 9 June 2020
Major resurfacing works to begin in Devizes next week
Resurfacing work on the A342 Nursteed Road and Southbroom roundabout in central Devizes will begin on Monday 15 June until Thursday 9 July, with the teams working through the night to minimise disruption.
Published 8 June 2020
First bids submitted to reallocate road space for cycling and walking
Wiltshire Council has submitted five road reallocation projects to the Department of Transport (DfT) to make significant changes to road layouts to give more space to cyclists and pedestrians.