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Published 26 April 2022
Communities to have more say on the highways issues that matter most
Wiltshire Council Cabinet has approved plans to change Community Area Transport Groups (CATGs) into Local Highway and Footway Improvement Groups (LHFIGs) - and increase funding for community highways projects.
Published 14 April 2022
Cabinet to consider funding boost for local highways projects
Wiltshire Council's Cabinet will consider a proposal to increase funding and widen the scope of its current Community Area Transport Groups (CATGs).
Published 11 April 2022
Young people celebrated at Star Awards ceremony
Young people from across Wiltshire came together on Friday (8 April) for a special Star Awards ceremony.
Published 8 April 2022
Wiltshire Council is encouraging people to become a taxi driver in Wiltshire
Wiltshire Council has lots of contracts available which start at around £30 a day for short routes, increasing to £250+ a day for longer routes
Published 6 April 2022
Council disappointed to miss out on bus improvement funding
Wiltshire Council has expressed its disappointment at missing out on the government's National Bus Strategy funding to help support, improve and increase usage of bus services in the county.
Published 5 April 2022
Work to improve pedestrian crossings on Frome Road, Bradford-on-Avon, begins later this month
Wiltshire Council will begin work to improve safety and facilities for pedestrians crossing on the junction between Frome Road, St Margaret's Street and Station Approach in Bradford-on-Avon.
Published 1 April 2022
Wiltshire Council and Bradford on Avon Town Council confirm transfer of grounds maintenance services and community assets in the town
Several services and assets in Bradford on Avon have today (Friday 1 April) been passed from Wiltshire Council to Bradford on Avon Town Council to enable the local community to have more say in how their services are run.
Published 31 January 2022
Salisbury resident issued with a fixed penalty notice for fly-tipped sofa
A resident from The Friary in Salisbury has been issued with a fixed penalty notice for fly-tipping a sofa in a communal area.
Published 27 January 2022
Wiltshire Council to start design work on final dualling of the A350 at Chippenham
Wiltshire Council is due to begin environmental surveys in February on the final phases of improvements to the A350 at Chippenham to dual the remaining single carriageway sections of the road past the town, and improve Bumpers Farm Roundabout, reducing congestion and improving journey times.
Published 24 January 2022
Council secures new provider to operate bus service between Warminster and Salisbury
Beeline Coaches of Warminster have been contracted

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