Updated MyWilts App for Reporting Problems

Wiltshire Council have released an updated version of their MyWilts reporting smartphone app, making it quicker and easier to report issues such as road defects, fly-tipping, overgrown hedges, trading standards issues and more.
The MyWilts app is available for Apple or Android devices and is also accessible through their website.
This updated version offers improvements such upgraded mapping technology for streetscene and enforcement reports, which makes it easier for their engineers to find reported issues; and improved email communication, so you will receive more regular updates about the progress of your report.
If you already have the app on your smartphone, please update it through the Apple App Store or Google Play as soon as you can. Or, if you don’t yet have the app, when you download it for the first time you will automatically receive the new and improved version.
To report something using MyWilts or download the updated app

Neighbourhood Development Plan – Have Your Say!

Time to get involved!

Neighbourhood Development Plan Regulation 14 Consultation

This consultation will be live from 20th January and run until 3rd March.

Don’t miss your chance to let us know what you think.

To review the documents (from 20/01/23), go to http://bigplan.suttonbengerparishcouncil.gov.uk/reg-14…/ and submit your feedback online.

Printed documents can be accessed at the Church or the Pit Stop. Comments can be left in the notebook provided.

B4069 Lyneham Banks Update


  • Ground investigations: ongoing-winter 2022
  • Design work: winter 2022-autumn 2023
  • Procurement: autumn 2023-winter 2023
  • Construction: winter 2023-TBC

A new dedicated email address has now been set up for this scheme. All correspondence should now be sent to this address where a member of the project team will respond. LynehamBanks@wiltshire.gov.uk

For full details please visit Wiltshire Council’s Lyneham Banks Website Page.

Temporary Closure of C166 (Part), Stanton St Quintin and Seagry – 10 October to 7 November 2022

Wiltshire Council
Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984
Temporary Closure of: C166 (Part), Stanton St Quintin and Seagry (Ref: TTRO 8290)
Notice is hereby given that the Wiltshire Council has made an Order to close temporarily to all traffic:
C166 (Part), Stanton St Quintin and Seagry; from its junction with Clanville to outside its property known as Greenfields Farm.
To enable: Global Utility Connections to carry out installation of new underground electricity supply and associated works.
Alternative route: via C166 (unaffected length) – C82 – C66 – B4069 – B4122 – A429 – C166 (unaffected length) and vice versa.
The closure and diversion route will be clearly indicated by traffic signs.
This Order will come into operation on 10 October 2022 and the closure will be required between the hours of 08:00 and 17:00 until 07 November 2022. It is anticipated that the works will take the stated duration to complete depending upon weather conditions. Access will be maintained for residents and businesses where possible, although delays are likely due to the nature of the works. The Order will have a maximum duration of 18 months.
For further information please contact UK Power Solutions of behalf of Global Utility Connections on 0845 2577105.
Sustainable Transport Group, County Hall, Bythesea Road, Trowbridge BA14 8JN

Temporary Closure of: B4069 (Part), Langley Burrell Without – Monday 27 June 2022 (night)

Temporary Closure of: B4069 (Part), Langley Burrell Without – Monday 27 June 2022 (between 19:00 and 04:00 for 1 night); from its junction with C375 to its junction with Jacksoms Lane.

To enable: Global Crossing UK Telecommunication to carry out cabling works between existing chambers and associated works.

Alternative route southbound: via B4069 (unaffected length) – B4122 – A350 – B4158.

Alternative route northbound: via B4069 (unaffected length) – A420 – B4158 – A350 – B4211.

For further information please contact Instalcom Ltd on behalf of Global Crossing UK Telecommunications on 02087314600.

Possible disruption to waste collection services due to planned industrial action from 7 March

We (Wiltshire Council) wanted to update you on possible disruption to our waste services from 7 March, as a result of planned industrial action by some workers by Hills Municipal Collections.
At this stage, GMB Union has confirmed that industrial action will take place from 7 March for two weeks. Although the previous planned industrial action planned for 28 February was suspended, Hills have now received confirmation from the GMB union that the latest pay offer has been rejected and that the industrial action will now take place from 7 March, and we are planning for that eventuality with the contractor. The number of union members who are likely to strike has been reduced following UNISON members accepting the pay deal.
The industrial action is out of our control and in the meantime, we are working with Hills Municipal Collections to mitigate disruption as quickly as possible.
We are advising residents to put their bins out on their collection day by 7am and should they not be collected for any reason then we will arrange to collect them the following day where possible.
This is a fluid situation, but our main aim is to ensure that if for any reason our schedule slips, that we get back on track as soon as possible.
Despite this possible disruption caused by this, we are very pleased to say that our new waste round collections, which began on 28 February, have gone incredibly smoothly so far with very few issues reported. This gives us confidence that should any timings slip then we will catch up quickly.
If there are any significant disruptions to services we are asking residents to visit the council’s waste pages for updates Waste and recycling service changes – FAQs – Wiltshire Council or to keep an eye on our Twitter feed – https://twitter.com/wiltscouncil.
If you’re made aware of anyone not sure when their collection day is, please point them in the direction of the Waste collection calendar – Wiltshire Council.
Many thanks for your support, if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Wiltshire Council clarifies local position on Network Rail’s closure of A429 near Hullavington

Due to the ongoing closure of the A429 near Hullavington for works on the railway bridge by Network Rail and the issues around the diversion, Wiltshire Council has clarified its position and the way forward for areas affected by large volumes of traffic caused by the closure – please see Wiltshire Council’s New Release for more information.