Conservative led Wiltshire Council has provided an update on its 10-year plan to build 1,000 new affordable homes, and seeks to start consultation to improve its sheltered housing.
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.
The last of Conservative led Wiltshire Council's online engagement sessions to explain more about the ongoing Local Plan review consultation has ended, with 1,321 people joining the events.
People throughout Wiltshire can now have their say on the Local Plan review, and the Gypsy and Travellers Plan, as the consultations begins today (14th January 2021).
Conservative led Wiltshire Council's Cabinet agreed, on Tuesday 4 February, to finalise the Wiltshire Housing Site Allocations Plan. Full Council will now consider the adoption of the plan on 25 February.
Steps will be taken to make a positive difference
A bid for additional funds to create 49 new affordable rented council homes across Wiltshire has been endorsed by councillors.
Proposals are being explored to dispose of land in Rudloe in a bid to allow more affordable homes to be built in the rural location.
Conservative-led Wiltshire Council has announced a major £4m investment in building more affordable homes in Trowbridge.
The new Vale Community Campus is on course to open its doors in the autumn. Wiltshire Council is building the £8.4m multi-purpose sports, health, wellbeing and community centre on the old Pewsey Sports Centre site.