Cllr Brian Dalton. Working for Harnham

Wiltshire & City Councillor for Harnham. Born in Harnham, always lived in Harnham, battles for Harnham in Trowbridge Learn more

Sussex Rd to be Resurfaced

by Brian Dalton on January 10, 2015

After a long fight, Sussex Rd is now on the council’s programme to be resurfaced in the financial year 2015/16. It should be done sooner rather than later. I am still fighting to get Ravenscroft and Montague Rd on the list too. Also on the list are works on Harnham Rd, but there are no […]

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Wiltshire Council are soon to embark on some pavement repairs and replacement around the City, which is very long overdue! If you know of any pavements that are in need of replacement or repair in Harnham, then please do let me know as soon as possible. I will then do all I can to get them included […]

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Happy New Year!

by Brian Dalton on December 31, 2014

Wishing you all a very Happy New Year. I hope you had a great Christmas. Just to say that it’s an honour to represent you in the council. Harnham residents always come first; and that as a lifelong Harnham resident myself, Harnham is always on my agenda.  

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Resurfacing At Last!

by Brian Dalton on December 11, 2014

Hurrah! Some of Harnham’s roads have been resurfaced, after what seems like years of waiting. Folkestone Rd and Old Blandford Rd have now been done and almost completed. The Harnham Rd/Saxon Rd junction is in the pipeline, and due to be done, i’m advised early next year. Other roads in Harnham are planned to be done […]

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The traffic proposal for Hollows Close and Folkestone Rd, have finally been approved by Trowbridge. This has been after a very long campaign by residents in both streets, who have long campaigned for a permit scheme, as exists in Saxon Rd. Wiltshire Council has however, slightly amended the scheme after public comments during the public consultation. […]

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Parsonage Green Yellow Lines

by Brian Dalton on November 18, 2014

Trowbridge has approved traffic restrictions for Parsonage Green, after a very long bureaucratic process. The works will go to the council’s contractor to implement the lines, which I hope are going to be done sooner rather than later! I will post more when I hear anything.

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Coombe Rd Crossing To Be Improved

by Brian Dalton on October 21, 2014

The pedestrian crossing on Coombe Rd, which links Harvard Heights to Bouverie Avenue, has been given funding to improve it and make it more visible to approaching drivers. Several residents had contacted me about the state of the white railings and the crossing in general. I then  took the matter up with the Salisbury Community […]

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Old SEB Site, Netherhampton Rd Please click on the link above to see the proposals. Developers have contacted me about the possible development of the former S.E.B site on Netherhampton Rd. This is the land on both sides to the approach road to Booker Cash & Carry, which falls in the Fovant & Chalke Valley […]

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The controversial Sainsbury planning application on Southampton Rd, is to go before the Strategic Planning Committee (SPC), not the Southern Area Planning Committee (SAPC). I and a few other (Salisbury) Wiltshire councillors have an issue with this decision and here’s why: The SAPC meets in Salisbury at 6pm on a Thursday and has ‘local’ Salisbury […]

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Please CLICK HERE to have your say on the garden waste collection consultation, which runs until 1st September. Don’t lose this service! Speak up now!!

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