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REPORTING GROUNDS, CLEANING AND LOCAL
HIGHWAY ISSUES TO WILTSHIRE COUNCILReporting
As of the 1st September,
Wiltshire Council changed their historical method of scheduled network
repairs and maintenance. The reason for the change is to move away from
cleaning clean streets, clearing free‐running drainage or cutting highway
grass that has not grown. Programmed work (including Community Days) has now
ceased and been replaced by a new system.
To ensure issues are addressed
it is vital that reports are now made through the
‘MyWiltshire’ system – accessed either by:
What can I report?
Council furniture and signs
Dead animal in the road or on the
Footpaths (pavements) and kerbs
Grass, weeds, hedges and shrubs
Materials on road
Mud on road
Needles and syringes
Oil/debris on the road
Public litter bins
Public right of way
Roads, drains and manholes
Street litter and sweeping
These services now depend
entirely upon active reporting and follow-up.
Don't expect things to
be fixed if YOU don't report it!
Want to find out about roadworks?
here and choose ‘Interactive Roadworks Map’to view the current status of
all roadworks being carried out by the Council and the utility companies (eg.
gas, electricity, water supply companies.
extract of email
regarding erection of temporary signs from Local Highways
and Streetscene and
extract from Statutory
Instrument 2002 No 3113; Section 6 - Miscellaneous Traffic Signs
Changes to the way War Pensions are considered
in determining contributions for care and support come into effect on April
10th. The change will be implemented through a
change to Annex C to the Care Act (2014). War Pensions are provided to
veterans injured on active service before 6 April 2005. Veterans injured on
active service after this time receive the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme
(AFCS) which is already disregarded from the financial assessment (since
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