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Wiltshire residents are being asked to comment on two plans out for public consultation this summer. The first outlines the number of jobs and homes needed in Wiltshire over the next 15 years and the second makes proposals for the location of new waste management facilities across Wiltshire and Swindon. The two consultation documents which will be made public on 13 June are:
The Wiltshire Core Strategy consultation document, and
- The Wiltshire and Swindon Waste Site Allocations Development Plan Document (DPD)
Public exhibitions are being arranged so you can find out and comment on what both documents say about your area. The exhibitions, staffed by council officers, will be open between 2pm and 8pm with one taking place in each community area. The dates confirmed so far are listed on the council website. Additional dates will be posted on the council’s consultation portal as soon as they are available.
The consultation is open from 13 June until 8 August 2011. Wiltshire Council encourages anyone wishing to view and comment on the consultation documents to use the council’s consultation portal.
Alternatively hard copies of the documents can be viewed in the council’s offices in Chippenham (Monkton Park), Devizes (Browfort), Salisbury (Milford Street) and Trowbridge (County Hall and Bradley Road) as well as all local libraries.
For further information on the Wiltshire Core Strategy consultation document please telephone 01225 713489 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information on the Wiltshire and Swindon Waste Site Allocations DPD please telephone 01225 713429 or email: email@example.com.