News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 30 March 2022
Wiltshire Council taking a tough stance against abandoned vehicles
A Calne resident has been issued with a £200 fixed penalty notice for abandoning a vehicle on Harris Road in the town.
Published 29 March 2022
Changes to some parking begins on Friday
From Friday (1 April), Wiltshire Council is making several changes to its car parking charges, including charging on Sundays in all council car parks.
Published 28 March 2022
Wiltshire Council launches a campaign to recruit more Shared Lives carers
The council is part of a national scheme which helps people live as part of a family, within the carer's home
Published 24 March 2022
Wiltshire Council confirms permanent pedestrianisation of Queen Street, Salisbury
Following a public consultation process, Wiltshire Council has confirmed that Queen Street in Salisbury has been permanently closed to motor vehicles.
Published 22 March 2022
Cabinet asked to approve new approach to providing day opportunities
It will be discussed at Cabinet on 29 March
Published 18 March 2022
New rewilding and wildflower areas will improve biodiversity in Wiltshire
Wiltshire residents will see more rewilding and wildflower areas popping up across the county as Wiltshire Council works to increase biodiversity and improve the natural environment.
Published 16 March 2022
Join our public events to learn about the Future High Streets Funded Salisbury schemes
Local people are invited to come along to the public events taking place across Salisbury city centre in the coming weeks, to learn more about two of the transformational projects being supported by the government's Future High Streets Fund.
Published 16 March 2022
Wiltshire Council warns of safety risk at closed B4069 Lyneham Banks
Wiltshire Council is warning people to stay away from the closed B4069 Lyneham Banks.
Published 15 March 2022
Wiltshire Council pledges support as it welcomes the government action for Ukraine refugees
Wiltshire Council has welcomed the details of the government scheme to support Ukrainian refugees to seek refuge in the UK.
Published 14 March 2022
Social Work and Me, reflecting on events, challenges, and successes in 2021
To celebrate Social Work Week, Wiltshire Council will be running a series of events to bring together social workers to learn, connect, engage and debate the growing value that social work adds to society.