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Published 22 December 2021
New single number for housing queries will help make contact easier in the new year
Wiltshire Council is introducing a new single number for its housing enquiries from the New Year. From 4th January the Housing Advice Service will have a single entry point for all enquiries. On that date all old numbers, including different numbers for different areas, will stop working and people can ring through on one number 0300 456 0106.
Published 22 December 2021
Homes ready for families in time for Christmas
Council programme sees families move into new homes in Chippenham
Published 22 December 2021
It may be Christmas but we are still here to take your call - message for domestic abuse victims this Christmas
It may be Christmas but we're still here to take your call - that's the message from Wiltshire Council to people suffering domestic abuse.
Published 20 December 2021
Wiltshire Council planning financial support for hospitality businesses in January
A further grant payment will be paid automatically to eligible hospitality and leisure businesses who previously received a Restart or Discretionary Restart Grant
Published 17 December 2021
Top tips for families to help stay safe over the Christmas break
A reminder for parents and carers of the things that they can do to keep safe and ready for the new year in 2022
Published 16 December 2021
Wiltshire Council responds to BANES' decision to restrict HGVs on the A36 at Cleveland Bridge
Wiltshire Council has reiterated its strong objections to the plans
Published 14 December 2021
Council urges people to get boosted now
Government wants every adult to be offered a booster vaccine before the end of the year
Published 13 December 2021
Wiltshire Council announces plans to permanently close Queen Street, Salisbury to motor vehicles
Wiltshire Council is considering permanently closing Queen Street in Salisbury to motor vehicles.
Published 10 December 2021
Two Omicron cases confirmed in the county
People encouraged to continue to stick to the measures in place

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