Climate Change News

Since declaring a Climate Change Emergency on the 17 June 2019 Salisbury City Council have been working on a number of projects to reduce the council’s carbon footprint. Please click on the links below to see what we have been up to recently:

Salisbury City Council has been awarded a grant to enhance the number of recycling bins in the city - 15 August 2022

Swift boxes have been installed in City Council buildings to help conserve Swifts in Salisbury - 28 June 2022

Cherry Trees have been planted in Victoria Park following a donation from Salisbury Rotary Club - 9 May 2022

Salisbury City Council invests in new battery powered machines for use in their parks and open spaces - 28 April 2022

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A Tree and Ecosystem Strategy is being produced to identify trees and planting potential in the city - 5 April 2022

New tree pit coverings to be laid in the centre of Salisbury - 21 February 2022

Work is underway to identify and improve biodiversity in City Council’s green spaces - 10 February 2022

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