Ernie Clark. Hilperton Division, Wiltshire Council.

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The government juggernaut rumbles on.

Tuesday November 22, 2005
The Home Secretary has now written to all police forces across the country with the preferred options that he would like each Region to pursue, based on the submissions from each Force on the 31st October.

Click here to find the last posting dates for Christmas.

Monday November 21, 2005
It may seem a little early for this information, but here it is anyway.

An answer (of sorts) has been received to my question.

Friday November 18, 2005
In response to my question to the chairman of the WWDC planning committee, I have received a written answer.

The public Inquiry regarding phase 7b ended today.

Wednesday November 16, 2005
After approx. 14 hours of submissions, cross examinations, discussion of detail etc. the two day Public Inquiry reached its conclusion this afternoon.

More legislation from Westminster.

Saturday November 12, 2005
The government has introduced regulations that extend the waste Duty of Care by requiring householders to ensure their waste is disposed of properly.

What is happening?

Thursday November 10, 2005
Since early this year, WWDC has been very quiet on this subject.

A 'change of use' planning application has been made.

Saturday November 05, 2005
The new owner of 222 Church Street has applied to change the old shop to residential use. (See 'Planning Applications' for Hilperton item 05/02145). The application will be discussed by the parish council at their meeting on 15 November.

Press release from West Wiltshire District Council.

Friday November 04, 2005
West Wiltshire District Council is launching a dog microchipping campaign to try and reduce the number of strays collected in the area.

How many trees does WWDC use every year?

Tuesday November 01, 2005
In the age of the paperless (sic) office, it is amazing just how much paper etc. is used at Bradley Road.

Two public inquiries are due to start soon.

Sunday October 30, 2005
It seems as if developers cannot accept that the WWDC planning committee actually know what they are doing. Rather than work with the council, they prefer to go to the Planning Inspectorate and invoke the appeal procedure.

Various bodies deal with council related complaints.

Thursday October 27, 2005
Three bodies deal with the various types of complaints about either the local council, or local councillors.

"The new regime is not biased towards publicans".

Tuesday October 25, 2005
Many members of the public are concerned that the new licensing rules are heavily skewed in favour of the applicant (normally a pub wanting to extend their opening hoyrs).

An interesting opportunity to help your community.

Wednesday October 19, 2005
After many years service, the present treasurer to Hilperton Village Hall is stepping down.

More appeals lodged by Persimmon.

Saturday October 15, 2005
As certainly as night follows day, Persimmon has lodged two further appeals.

A press release has been issued by WWDC.

Friday October 14, 2005
Extending recycling was a key policy of the previous administration as it is now, and rightly so, for the Lib Dems.

It must be one of the few subjects that just about every councillor agrees with, and I find it dis-appointing that certain factions within the Lib Dems are now claiming that they 'got things moving again'.

I realise that cheap 'point scoring' is part and parcel of how the party system works; but to make something as fundamentally important as re-cycling part of the 'game' of local politics really defies belief.

There is still time to register for the new electoral roll.

Tuesday October 11, 2005
Three quarters of all households in West Wiltshire have already confirmed their electoral registration details with the District Council.

Each service has its own procedure.

Sunday October 09, 2005
Depending on which service has let you down, there is a separate contact point.

Two Paxcroft Mead applications were decided last night.

Friday October 07, 2005
Two Paxcroft Mead items were on the agenda last night, including the proposed pub at the local centre.

Figures are now available from the speed camera partnership.

Thursday October 06, 2005
Figures are now available from the 'golden river' (the pair of rubber tubes) that was placed across Devizes Road earlier this year.

The recent decision regarding Staverton Triangle could be overturned.

Sunday October 02, 2005
On 22 September the WWDC planning committee voted to grant permission for Persimmon to build on the Staverton Triangle site (application 04/02303).

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