If you are reading this page using a screenreader, we support ARIA landmarks for quick navigation too

Agenda item

Public participation and Questions from Councillors

The Council welcomes contributions from members of the public. This meeting is open to the public, who may ask a question or make a statement. Questions may also be asked by members of the Council.  Written notice of questions or statements should be given to Stuart Figini of Democratic Services by 12.00 noon on Wednesday 21st November 2018. Anyone wishing to ask a question or make a statement should contact the officer named above.



Colin Gale raised a question on the minutes of the previous meeting in relation to the decision on Everleigh Household Recycling Centre, it was commented the reason for the decision recorded in the minutes did not reflect the conclusion at the meeting. Cllr Wayman responded she was satisfied the reason in the minutes was an accurate record and this would be checked with the Legal team. 


Anne Henshaw expressed concern that Wiltshire’s Local Plan did not include a policy to protect the area of land around Junction 17 of the M4 from unsustainable development. Cllr Sturgis advised the review of the Local Plan was still in progress and a written response to questions was to follow.


Cllr Jon Hubbard asked a supplementary question on the expansion of Melksham Cemetery. The Councillor asked when the facility would be available and would this include being open to the Muslim community. Cllr Wyman responded the facility would be available in the New Year 2019 and available to the Muslim community.

Supporting documents:




This website