Trevor Carbin

Liberal Democrat Councillor working for you in Holt, Monkton Farleigh, South Wraxall and Staverton. Learn more

Holt Road closure

by trevorcarbin on 15 January, 2018

Wiltshire Council has made an Order to close temporarily to all traffic: B3107 Holt Road (Part), Bradford on Avon / South Wraxall; from a point approximately 45m east of its junction with Cemetery Lane for a distance of approximately 215m in an easterly direction. To enable Ringway to undertake drainage CCTV survey and associated works. […]

Read more    Leave a comment

Wraxall road closure

by trevorcarbin on 9 January, 2018

Notice is hereby given that the Wiltshire Council has made an Order to close temporarily to all traffic: Upper South Wraxall (Part), South Wraxall; from its junction with B3109 Norbin to its junction with C215 (Middlebridge Stables). To enable Eurovia to undertake works for carriageway resurfacing, surface dressing and road markings. Alternative route: via B3109 […]

Read more    Leave a comment

Staverton planning applications and decisions

by trevorcarbin on 2 January, 2018

To look at an application on the WC website, copy the reference number, go to WC planning website  then paste the reference number into the search box. ……………………….. 17/09043/FUL: 11 Cottles Barton: Erection of lean to shed sited against a fence in a communal car parking area: 24/11/2017 – refused. 17/11044/VAR: Smallbrook House: Variation of Condition […]

Read more    Leave a comment

Farleigh Wick footpath diversion

by trevorcarbin on 20 December, 2017

Proposed Diversion of footpath no.7 Monkton Farleigh at Peckery Barton, Farleigh Wick. Wiltshire Council are in receipt of an application to divert footpath no.7 Monkton Farleigh dated 16th November 2017. It is proposed to divert the footpath in conjunction with planning application 17/05569/FUL. The planning application constructs a new wildlife pond across the current line […]

Read more    Leave a comment

‘Music on Your Doorstep’ coming to Holt in March

by trevorcarbin on 4 December, 2017

Wiltshire Rural Music (WRM) is looking for people in Holt to get involved in an exciting new project! Music on Your Doorstep is a grassroots, people-centred programme designed to bring high-quality music-making opportunities to villages across Wiltshire. The Project: Music Making Event (March 17th 2018) – a FREE day of music-making for all ages and […]

Read more    Leave a comment

Staverton reed beds project

by trevorcarbin on 6 November, 2017

The work to tidy up the Reed Bed area on Thestfield Drive went ahead on October 31st.  Wiltshire Wildlife Trust managed to clear and open most of one side and cut back all around the site. The team took down some willows and identified others that could come down. They also came across one of […]

Read more    Leave a comment

Staverton litterpick

by trevorcarbin on 3 November, 2017

Every spring and every autumn we give the village a clean-up. The 2017 autumn spring-clean was on Sunday October 15th.  Thanks to those who turned out.  The good news was that the amount of rubbish in the public areas was less than on previous occasions, though we still took a car-load of litter to the […]

Read more    Leave a comment

20 or 30mph stickers available

by trevorcarbin on 29 October, 2017

If you live in the 20mph zone in Staverton or the 20mph limit in Monkton Farleigh and would like a ’20s plenty’ sticker for your property or your wheelie bin then please send an email to trevor.carbin@wiltshire.gov.uk . I also have some 30mph stickers on order – it you live in a 30mph area and […]

Read more    Leave a comment

Safety improvements for Woolley Green

by trevorcarbin on 27 October, 2017

Wiltshire Council has agreed to reduce the speed limit at Woolley Green from 50 to 40mph.  The new limit will extend from the existing 40 limit at Bradford Leigh crossroads to a point just SW of the double bend at Woolley Green.  There will also be improved signage to warn drivers of the bends and […]

Read more    Leave a comment

Staverton drains are being watched

by trevorcarbin on 13 October, 2017

Large amounts of mud deposited on the main road in Staverton during recent wet weather have found their way into the drains, creating a flood risk.  Wiltshire Council says the drainage along this section will be cleaned as part of the councils routine drainage programme. The area will be inspected during heavy rain to record […]

Read more    Leave a comment