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Supporting Salisbury and Amesbury communities

Salisbury Central Area Framework consultation

Thank you for taking the time to give us your feedback on what you'd like the city centre to look like in the future. The Salisbury Central Area Framework consultation closed on 9 August 2019 and a final version of the Framework will now be prepared taking into account all comments received. It is anticipated that the final Salisbury Central Area Framework will be published in autumn 2019.

See the Salisbury Central Area Framework

Salisbury's park and ride sites

Shoppers and visitors can enjoy the unique shops and attractions that Salisbury has to offer by using one of the park and ride sites in the city.

Until Saturday 2 November 2019, all park and ride services will be half price (£1.50 return per person or £2 for a group of up to 4 people travelling together).

From Monday 4 November 2019 all park and ride services will revert to the usual price of £3 return per person or £4 per group, representing a saving on the cost of all-day parking in the city centre. 

With a convenient schedule and many park and ride services running from around 6am until after 11pm, Monday-Saturday, why not use the park and ride to enjoy the best of Salisbury.

The five park and ride sites are located at Wilton, Beehive, London Road, Petersfinger and Britford. Find out more.

In addition, parking continues to be free after 3pm every day at Salisbury's Culver Street Car Park, and all of Salisbury's car parks are free of charge to use every Sunday.

Find out more about Openreach in Salisbury

If you're at home or work and have a problem with your telephone line, broadband connection or want to change an engineer appointment you will need to contact your communication provider (whoever bills you for that service). They will raise the issue with us on your behalf.

Openreach is managing the build, so if you have any questions about the build project, or have problems with the build, please contact Openreach.

If you need help for other reasons, please contact Openreach.

Openreach map of Salisbury build progress

Litter picks and public health advice

Wiltshire Council is supporting communities to carry out organised litter picks in areas covered by Salisbury, Amesbury, Southern and South West Wiltshire Area Boards. Wiltshire Council is supporting community groups to carry out organised litter picking events in line with the Great British Spring Clean guidance. However, the 'if you didn't drop it, don't pick it up' advice from Public Health England remains in place for casual, non-organised litter picking. 

If a community group has an event arranged they are encouraged to contact their local Community Engagement Manager with details so that they can provide specialist litter picking equipment and advice to support the event.

Community groups who have an event booked can contact their Community Engagement Manager at areaboards@wiltshire.gov.uk to ensure their litter pick is supported. All litter picks will need a nominated person who will take responsibility for the event.

Litter pick forms

Icon for pdf Community litter picks information [118.29KB] PDF (118kb)

Icon for pdf Community litter picks registration form [204.95KB] PDF (205kb)

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Forthcoming community meetings

Amesbury Area Board

Salisbury Area Board

Proposed timeline at The Maltings

Please note these timescales are subject to obtaining appropriate consents and commercial agreements with third parties.

Masterplan for The Maltings and Central Car Park

Fisherton Street new library, hotel etc. (Phase 1) This timeline is on hold at presentMarket Walk and existing library redevelopment (Phase 2) This timeline is on hold at present
Progress update to Salisbury Area Board 7 March 2019 (completed)  
Public consultation on draft masterplan for The Maltings and Central Car Park 15 April - 24 May 2019 (completed)  
Progress update to Salisbury Area Board 16 May 2019 (completed)  
Review and analyse responses to the masterplan for The Maltings and Central Car Park May 2019 (completed)  
Masterplan to be considered at Strategic Planning Committee 19 June 2019 (completed)Fisherton Street application to be considered at Strategic Planning Committee 19 June 2019 (completed; the application was rejected) 
 Fisherton Street build start on site summer 2019 (on hold)Planning application for mixed use Market Walk scheme 2019 (on hold)
  Procurement of main build contractor for Market Walk / library works spring 2020 (on hold)
  Market Walk public realm and enabling works commence summer 2020 (on hold)
 Phase 1 completion and relocation of library services autumn 2020 (on hold) 
  Demolition of existing library building winter 2020/21 (on hold)
  Practical completion of Market Walk redevelopment spring 2022 (on hold)