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Information for electors voting in the General Election 2024.

A UK parliamentary election has been called for 4 July 2024. Register to vote by midnight on 18 June 2024: GOV.UK: Register to vote. (opens new window) You can also vote by post: GOV.UK: apply to vote by post (opens new window). The deadline to apply is 5pm on 19 June 2024 or apply to vote by proxy by 5pm on 26 June 2024: GOV.UK: Apply to vote by proxy (opens new window)

 

Overseas electors may consider applying to vote by proxy. For more information see the General Election 2024 page.

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Published 29 June 2021
Cabinet agrees next steps for Wiltshire Local Plan review
Wiltshire Council leaders have today (Tuesday 29 June) agreed to move forward with the next stage of the Wiltshire Local Plan, after receiving a report on feedback from local communities and other stakeholders in the recent Local Plan Review consultation.
Published 25 June 2021
People urged to 'think twice' to help reduce COVID-19 cases and enjoy the summer
Get the vaccine twice and, if symptom-free, take twice-weekly lateral flow tests.
Published 22 June 2021
Strategic Planning Committee approves Westbury incinerator planning application
Wiltshire Council's Strategic Planning Committee has today (Tuesday 22 June) voted to approve the planning application from Land & Mineral Management, on behalf of Northacre Renewable Energy Limited (NREL), for a revised 'energy from waste' facility in Westbury.
Published 21 June 2021
Some changes to Wiltshire Council services in the next few weeks
Upcoming changes to our leisure, library and registration services
Published 15 June 2021
Update on Bradford on Avon social distancing scheme
Wiltshire Council is, with partners, considering the future for the social distancing scheme in Bradford on Avon.
Published 14 June 2021
Public reminded to keep following the rules following Government roadmap decision
The Prime Minister has confirmed there will a delay in the country moving to Step 4 of the Government roadmap, meaning that the majority of the current restrictions will remain in place for the time being.

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