I am pleased to advise you that yesterday evening enforcement papers were served on Earthline pertaining to their activities at Wroughton Airfield. As you are aware, the company has undertaken some work there with a view to establishing an operating base, which does not have the benefit of planning permission on a site that is… read more
Two popular Swindon paths are being improved to make it easier for people to walk and cycle. Work has begun at two separate locations to encourage more people to use local cycle/pedestrian routes across the town. This week work began to improve the surface of the Old Town railway path, which runs from Signal Way… read more
The latest Your Swindon newletter is now available. The update covers cornavirus announcements, facemasks, Eat Out to Help Out scheme, environment and Junction 15 roadwork information. View the newsletter here.
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The graveyard on Butts Road has a dedicated wildlife area. Quiet and respectful visitors are welcome to the site.
Swindon Borough Council has partnered up with SSE Enterprise Contracting (SSEC) to provide smart street lighting across the borough. The scheme, which is set to begin next Monday (6 July) and due for completion in November 2021, will see 28,000 street lights converted to LED lanterns, with central controls which use energy efficient technology. The… read more
The New Eastern Villages (NEV) is one of the largest greenfield developments in the country, and we want to keep you updated as work progresses. This newsletter contains updates about the development and the accompanying roadworks. You can view the newsletter below New Eastern Villages – July 2020 Newsletter.
Councillors will decide next week whether to roll out a food waste recycling service across the entire borough. If the Council’s Cabinet agrees to the proposal at its meeting next Wednesday (1 July), Swindon will see the food waste collection, which is currently being trialled by 11,000 households, extended to all 97,000 households in the… read more
People with car parking season tickets for Swindon’s two main country parks will have them extended by Swindon Borough Council as part of a series of measures designed to support residents during the coronavirus pandemic. Car parks in the Council’s country parks at Lydiard Park and Coate Water were closed at the end of March… read more
A new booking system and added restrictions will be in place when Swindon Borough Council partially re-opens its Household Waste Recycling Centre (HWRC) next week. The Council will be trialling the partial re-opening of the HWRC in Cheney Manor industrial estate in order to effectively manage demand and ensure the safety of residents and staff…. read more