Residents can give their views on changes to the way Wiltshire could provide sufficient housing in the coming decade.

The draft Wiltshire Housing Site Allocations Plan proposes to allocate new sites for housing and to maintain a five-year housing land supply in each of Wiltshire’s three Housing Market Areas (HMA) up to 2026.

The proposed plan includes more sites appropriate for the scale of growth for the county in the most sustainable locations. Views are encouraged to comment via the consultation portal  until 5pm on Friday, November 9, before the Inspector begins formal public hearings.

He will consider the responses and assess if any issues need discussion at the hearings. The Schedule of Proposed Changes can be read in conjunction with the Wiltshire Housing Site Allocations Plan – Submission Draft Plan July 2018 (WHSAP/01).
The consultation document can be viewed during normal opening hours at Wiltshire Council Libraries and the council’s offices at Bourne Hill, Salisbury.

People can also comment by email Supporting Documents to; or in writing to:

Spatial Planning, Economic Development & Planning, Wiltshire Council, County Hall, Bythesea Road, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, BA14 8JN.

All comments will be made public and anonymous representations cannot be accepted.

More details, email: or telephone 01225 713223.

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