News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 29 September 2020
Final plans for People Friendly Salisbury announced - with work due to start next month
Project will see pedestrians and cyclists given priority as several streets in the city centre will be restricted for use by through traffic.
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 16 September 2020
Temporary closure of Emery Gate car park in Chippenham
The lower deck will be affected
Published 11 September 2020
New cycle lanes on Salisbury's Exeter Street and Brown Street help to link Harnham and hospital to city centre
New cycle lanes give easy access to the city.
Published 9 September 2020
New Chippenham cycling scheme helps to link train station to town centre
New cycling- and pedestrian-friendly scheme
Published 2 September 2020
Wiltshire Council and Bradford on Avon Town Council to make changes to town's social distancing scheme
Changes to social distancing scheme
Published 29 May 2020
Measures being put in place to enable residents to travel and shop safely
Wiltshire Council is set to receive £227,000 of government funding to support the use of temporary and pop-up measures to create a safe environment for walking and cycling.
Published 28 May 2020
Parking charges to be reintroduced at all Wiltshire Council car parks
Wiltshire Council will reintroduce parking charges at all car parks, and on residential and on-street parking areas in the county from Monday 1 June. All parking permits and season tickets will also restart from this date, and parking wardens will enforce any parking contraventions in the county.
Published 22 May 2020
Timings to change at pedestrian crossings, as first road layout changes progress
Wiltshire Council is making changes to the time it takes for signal controlled pedestrian crossings to turn to the green man to reduce the amount of time pedestrians are stood at a crossing, and in turn aid social distancing.