Two Consultations

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There are two important consultations about the future of our area currently underway: Wiltshire Council’s Local Plan Review and the Marlborough Area Neighbourhood Plan.

The Local Plan is a strategic document and looks not only at Marlborough, but the whole county.  Its proposals are largely in sympathy with the Neighbourhood Plan and both teams have worked together.   

The draft Neighbourhood Plan which covers Marlborough, Manton, Mildenhall and Savernake has been drawn up through listening to the concerns of local people over the last 4 years (on the need for affordable housing, more car parking space, protecting our natural and historic environment, etc.), backing them up with evidence and setting out policies on how to address them. 

Please give your views on both consultations – these plans will make a difference to our area up to 2036.  




click this image go to our Neighbourhood Plan consultation pages

Marlborough ARea Neighbourhood Plan CONSULTATION

This consultation runs between 18 January and 8 March

The Marlborough Area Neighbourhood Plan is at a more advanced stage of development than the local plan. 

The Steering Group is now inviting comments ahead of the final stages of development and consultation which will lead to a public referendum later in the year to decide whether to adopt the plan.

Click the image to open our Neighbourhood Plan web pages and to access the draft plan and all supporting documents.


Two sessions will be held via Zoom.  Links to follow shortly.


Read our pdfpress release and supporting statement



This consultation runs between 13 January and 9 March


localplanbuttonThe introductory page for the Local Plan Review is here.

The consultation page including a drop-down where you can access documents that relate to planning for Marlborough is here.


Wiltshire Council is also running a series of engagement sessions to find out more about the Local Plan review: your chance to have your say on where future developments such as housing, infrastructure and land for employment should be built.  You can see them all by clicking here

The event for Marlborough is taking place on Monday, 25 January between 7-8pm.