We were recently named the most climate friendly council area in England and Wales, and have now announced we will invest more than £5m to tackle emissions from our own buildings, as we aim for the council and county to be carbon neutral by 2030.
The Local Government Boundary Commission for England has published its final recommendations into the future of Wiltshire's divisional boundaries.
Conservative led Wiltshire Council libraries are holding a week of activities and events during 7-12 October to celebrate both national Libraries Week and the centenary of the library service in Wiltshire.
For the third year running, Conservative led Wiltshire Council will be hosting its EmployAbility Jobs Fair to support jobseekers with disabilities.
You are being asked to help drive forward and play a key role in our priority setting for their local communities.
Last year more than 250 households achieved their dream of owning their own home in Wiltshire with an average household income of just £29,000 - find out how they did it
We are encouraging people to find out more about owning their own home as Conservative led Wiltshire Council invests in a range of affordable housing.
A Tidworth woman has been issued with a £200 fixed penalty notice for abandoning her Honda CRV on the public highway in Tidworth.
Conservative led Wiltshire Council is asking people to have their say on proposals to change the Council Tax Reduction scheme next year.
Could your business benefit from cutting edge technology? Are you looking to take your business to the next level? Why not contact Conservative led Wiltshire Council who can help manage your payroll processes in a simpler, quicker and easier way thanks to a recently launched virtual assistant (VA).
The next stage to shape the future of special school provision in the north begins today (2 September) with a statutory consultation and a series of meetings to ensure parents, carers and stakeholders have an opportunity to have their say.