Climate Change News

Salisbury City Council continues to introduce environmental initiatives to reduce its environmental impact - 25 November 2021

Salisbury City Council has purchased their very first electric vehicle for use around the city - 21 July 2021

Areas of grass are being left uncut to encourage biodiversity in Salisbury - 3 June 2021

Explore the Salisbury Discovery Nature Trail - 19 April 2021

City Council urges residents not to litter in readiness for the re-opening of the city - 6 April 2021

‘Litterbug’ sign to be installed following 10 year old’s letter to Salisbury’s Mayor‘Litterbug’ sign to be installed following 10 year old’s letter to Salisbury’s Mayor - 25 Aug 2020

Churchill Gardens benefits from wildlife friendly river bank with the help of Salisbury City Council and Wiltshire Wildlife Trust
- 30 July 2020

Steps Salisbury City Council has taken since declaring a Climate Change Emergency last year - 23 June 2020

Ice Cream Van Electrical Hook up Point - 12 June 2020

Residents urged to take litter home after influx of litter in City’s open spaces - 3 June 2020

Salisbury Neighbourhood Development Plan: Community Survey - 1 May 2020

Wiltshire Council Household Green Infrastructure and Open Space Survey - 12 March 2020

Salisbury City Council's Parks Department have planted large number of trees and hedges in the city - 4 March 2020

Local residents are being invited to help plant a new hedgerow at Bemerton Heath Recreation Ground this Saturday - 27 February 2020

Salisbury Community Climate Change Forum - 27 January 2020

City Council invests in battery powered machines - 12 December 2019

Second re-fill station installed in Salisbury - 10 December 2019

Pedal power comes to Salisbury with Co-Bikes - 23 July 2019

Wildflower areas bloom as Salisbury City Council work to increase biodiversity in the City - 4 July 2019

Salisbury City Council passes motion to declare a climate emergency - 20 June 2019