A Wiltshire pub could be listed as an asset of community value under new plans.

Wiltshire Council has received a nomination for The Barleycorn in Collingbourne Kingston, a village 10 miles outside Marlborough.

Collingbourne Kingston Parish Council is concerned over the future of the pub and hopes that asset of community value status could save it.

Parish councillors say recent changes in the tenancy could mean the pub is at risk.

The nomination says: “The Barleycorn is the only village amenity, there being no shop or other public house.”

It adds: “Loss of this amenity would have an enormous impact on the community of Collingbourne Kingston, and its hamlets Aughton and Brunton.”

Work has also been given the go-ahead at Hop Pole Inn in Limpley Stoke, Bath to manage ground water saturation and improve ground floor walls and floors.

A former police station and residential accommodation at 45 Russell Street in Wilton will become two new homes.

The owners of Coombe Down Farm in Coombe Bissett have been permitted to build a balcony with external stairs.

Also in Coombe Bissett, the owners Jervoise Farm applied to build a new pool, pool house, barn, garden wall, four-horse stable block and a proposed solar array.

A retrospective planning application for fencing at Upcott Cottage in Marlborough has been refused, because of its non-traditional design and materials, along with its height and prominence.

Meanwhile, the council received applications for extensions and conversions at the following addresses: 9 Ducks Meadow, Marlborough; 80 Pauls Croft, Cricklade; 12 Somerset Road, Salisbury; 7 Chapel Lane, Upavon; 35-36 Upton Scudamore, Warminster; 49 Tidworth Road, Ludgershall; Mere Down House, Mere; River View, Netheravon; The Old Forge, Pitton; 5 Hartington Road, Salisbury; 3 High Street, Durrington.

Similar work has been approved at the following locations: 85 Station Road, Westbury; 12 Turnpike Close, Semington; Woodlands, 20 Smallbrook Lane, Warminster; Trematon, Ashley, Box; Willow Cottage, West End, Foxham; 4 Windyridge, Westwood, Bradford On Avon; Old Manor Cottage, 33, Coulston; Ensleigh, Hilmarton, Calne; 22 Sutherland Crescent, Chippenham; Yew Tree Cottage, Wylye Road, Hanging Langford; 20 Linden Crescent, Lower Westwood, Bradford on Avon.

The council approved applications for new buildings such as garages, sheds and parking areas at Fountain Cottage, Zeals, Warminster; 1 Garden Cottages, Hungerford Lane, Conholt; 28 Poulton, Bradford On Avon; West of 10-16 Williams Close, Melksham; 4 Elm Hill, Warminster; 164 Coombe Road, Salisbury, SP2 8BN.