Thursday 14 October 2021 at 7pm in The Corn Exchange - Meeting of the Full Council. Click here for agenda
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In 2019 Devizes Town Council took over the running of The Shambles from Wiltshire Council. We are now looking to the future and thinking about how it will still be an attractive indoor shopping experience for our children and our children's children, and meet the needs of the way we are starting to use our town centres.
It is too early for us to formally consult on the options as we don't yet know what they are, but we have been asked to share the sorts of things we are thinking of, which will range from nothing to quite radical changes. Click here for info.
As the options project moves forward, we will be gathering the community's views and we hope you will let us have your thoughts.
Remember to shop local and support Devizes Retailers and Independents for more info click here!
On Wednesday 28th July, Devizes Town Council hosted a consultation meeting for the community about the future of our town.The discussion will support the Devizes Area Neighbourhood Plan, which covers Devizes itself, Rowde and Bishops Cannings and will help and control future development in the area, as well as to protect important green open spaces.To view the presentation made at the meetingclick here.
The Devizes Area Community Survey aims to gather the views of residents in the area of Devizes, Bishops Cannings and Rowde as they relate to the future of Devizes. We have recently held a public meeting and are keen to hear from more residents. For more information and to take part in the survey please CLICK HERE
The Town Council seeks to promote a healthier lifestyle by ensuring that local people have accessible facilities for leisure and recreation. Whether for sport, play or just enjoying the ambience of a quiet place, we hope our facilities contribute to the quality of life of our community.
Working in partnership with the people of the town, independent organisations, groups and individuals, the Town Council supports many community activities that help make our town a good place to live, work and visit.