Chippenham: Three footpaths around Chippenham have now closed for at least six months for residential development.

Footpath 27 (Chippenham), and footpaths 34 and 41 (Langley Burrell) will temporarily be off-limits to all users for Barrett Homes to build houses. According to the council: “All alternative routes will be in close proximity of the closure points clearly marked and fenced and maps will be available on site.

“The closure will be clearly indicated by traffic signs.”

For more information or for details of the diversion route contact Barratt Home Ltd on 03456016084.

Colerne: Leafield Logistics & Technical Services of Hangar 19, Colerne Industrial Park, has applied to change its existing good vehicle operator’s licence.

If successful, the company will keep two goods vehicles and one trailer at its operating site on the industrial estate.

Calne: Sands Farm in Abberd Lane has applied for a variation on its working hours for the recycling facility. The bid by Hills Waste Solutions will see the site open between 6am and 10pm, Monday to Friday.

Anyone who wishes to comment on the application have until March 6 to write to Wiltshire Council at County Hall, Bythesea Road, Trowbridge, BAM 8JD.

Chippenham: German giants Aldi have applied for a premises licence for its supermarket at Methuen Park.

The proposed licensable activity is the sale of alcohol for consumption off the premises for the entire week between 6am and midnight.

Full details of the application are available on the council’s website and comments on the bud must be received by February 23.

Winsley: A planning appeal has been launched over a council decision to reject retrospective plans for a garden pergola. The retrospective bid by Keith and Patricia Bellham of Lavender Cottage, 149 Winsley was rebuffed by the local authority because the pergola was deemed to cause “less than substantial harm” to the area. Those interested in commenting on the appeal have until March 9 to write to the planning inspectorate.

Trowbridge: A poultry company is applying for a goods vehicle operator’s licence. Roger’s Poultry Service, which is based at Paxcroft Farm has applied to use the site as an operating centre to house four good vehicles and six trailers.

Westbury: Ben Perkins Ltd of 64A Clay Close in Dilton Marsh has applied to change its existing good vehicle operator’s licence to keep an extra vehicle at its operating sites at Mayford Stables in Church Road, Westbury.

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