Have you nominated a green space you would like to be considered for protection against future development?
Have you put a 👍👎 against the ones already on the map.
Following the link to the nominate a green ....More
In accordance with the Local Authorities (Members’ Allowances) (England) Regulations 2003 a parish or town council, in establishing a members’ allowances scheme, has to have regard to the recommendations ....More
Melksham Without Parish Council agreed their Budget for 2022/23 at the Full Council meeting held on Monday 24th January 2022. The Council unanimously agreed to set its Precept – the proportion of Council Tax paid to the ....More
Ash die back trees to be felled in Bowerhill (Hornchurch Rd area)
Following a recent survey on Wiltshire Council’s ash trees a number of trees were identified in the Hornchurch Road Public Open Space area as requiring immediate removal due to ash die back. Click here for more information
Those trees most affected in the area will be removed within the next 2-4 weeks during the first tranche of works, with the other trees identified to be removed within 4-6 months.
Other trees identified in the survey will be resurveyed next year, however, statistically, it’s unlikely that they will all survive. They will all be managed appropriately as it’s hoped some might offer some resilience and perhaps provide a seed bank.
Please see the map below identifying which trees will be removed, those in purple or red will be removed within the next 2-4 weeks, any in orange are likely to be removed within 4-6 months with trees in green being resurveyed next year.
Wiltshire Council have published their report following the 2nd consultation on the proposed A350 Melksham Bypass, you can read the report here http://https://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/highways-a350-melksham-bypass
WILTSHIRE COUNCIL'S PRESS RELEASE
Cabinet agrees to make changes to A350 Melksham bypass project based on community feedback
Cabinet has agreed to proceed with proposals for the A350 Melksham bypass and will be making changes ....More
Wiltshire Community Environmental Toolkit
Wiltshire Council, in partnership with Natural England, have produced a toolkit to help community groups carry out environmental projects in their area.
More information and the toolkit are available here ....More
A short film made by the Shaw & Whitley flood wardens about the work they undertake. The film was produced as part of the online Wiltshire Council and Environment Agency Winter Weather Resilience two day conference ....More
Formal 'making' of theJoint Melksham Neighbourhood Plan 2020 - 2026
Following an independent examination and a positive referendum result, Wiltshire Council have decided to formally 'make' the Joint Melksham Neighbourhood ....More
Melksham Without Parish Council's response to Wiltshire Council's 2nd non-statutory public consultation on the proposed A350 Melksham Bypass (Route 10c) is here, and includes in its appendices the comments noted from the two public meetings held ....More
Flying Drone Information: No Matter What Size Drone You Are Flying EVERYBODY Must Comply with these Drone Laws:
The Drone Code –
The CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) published The Drone and Model Aircraft Code in October 2019, which is clear ....More
HAVE YOU WATCHED THE VIDEO OF THE EMERGING BYPASS ROUTE ?
You can watch here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4rkxMDV7Ug
Melksham Without Parish Council will be holding two public meetings w/c 19th July to hear the views of parishioners to help formulate ....More
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The Parish Council welcomes the opportunity to hold meetings with developers at early pre-application stage in order to discuss the needs and requirements of the community and how any potential future development could meet or address these. Please click ....More
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