Conservative led Wiltshire Council has confirmed that the booking system for its household recycling centres (HRCs) will end on 19 July and, from this date, people will be able to visit a site without booking in advance.
Wiltshire Council leaders approved a report (on Tuesday 13 July) that highlights the council's progress in combating climate change during the past six months.
The revenue and capital report will be formally presented at the next Cabinet meeting, due to take place on 13 July.
Wiltshire Council commissions Wessex Community Action to co-ordinate Children and Family Voluntary Sector Forum
Wiltshire Council has commissioned Wessex Community Action to support and co-ordinate Wiltshire's Children and Family Voluntary Sector Forum (CFVSF) for the next three years.
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.
Conservative led Wiltshire Council is considering its options on the future delivery of its ground maintenance and street cleansing services, with the contract of its current provider due to expire next year.
The process to find a new care provider for Furlong Close starts from today (5 July) as care providers are invited to bid for the contract.
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.
Wiltshire Council wants to hear from residents and businesses on two new proposed cycling schemes in the county.
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