News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 29 October 2020
A4 Derry Hill between Chippenham and Calne to reopen later today
The road will reopen at 7pm
Published 27 October 2020
Find out more about the proposed Melksham bypass at Melksham Area Board
Melksham Area Board meeting on Wednesday 4 November at 7pm, will host a presentation and Q&A session for people interested in the proposals for a bypass on the A350 at Melksham.
Published 21 October 2020
People Friendly Salisbury starts today in the city
The project will reduce through traffic in the city centre, improving air quality and prioritising pedestrians and cyclists.
Published 20 October 2020
Work to make trees safe will close A4 at Derry Hill for 11 days
Road to close for urgent works to remove around 400 ash trees that are dying of ash dieback disease
Published 16 October 2020
£75 million funding agreement with Homes England given seal of approval
Cabinet has agreed to sign the Grant Determination Agreement with Homes England, the government's housing agency, subject to conditions, to secure £75 million of Housing Infrastructure Funding.
Published 14 October 2020
Residents' and businesses' permits now available for People Friendly Salisbury
Free permits available from today
Published 13 October 2020
Cabinet gives the green light to the next steps in Melksham bypass project
Engagement exercise to start soon
Published 9 October 2020
Latest scheme in £1.98 million investment to improve access to Chippenham train station
A new scheme will improve pedestrian access to Chippenham train station
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 21 September 2020
Celebrate key workers and keep recycling this Recycle Week
For this year's Recycle Week, Wiltshire Council is urging its residents to continue recycling despite the challenges that COVID-19 has presented.