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  • Wilton Road, OMH

    The Old Manor Hospital site comprises two areas of land, separated by the Wilton Road. By far the largest is that on the south side of the road, which contains three listed buildings and a listed fountain. The part on the north side contains a further two listed buildings, and all the site is within […]

  • The Maltings

    Report on our Annual Open Meeting, The Maltings Redevelopment: First Public Presentation and Consultation held on Tuesday November 21st Alamein Suite, City Hall, Salisbury A capacity audience of some 140 people heard speakers from the developers and Wiltshire County Council present their emerging studies and ideas for the redevelopment of the Maltings and Central Car […]

  • Britford Lane

    The idea of building around 100 houses on two fields north of Britford Lane, within the Salisbury conservation area, was raised by the landowners early in 2015 as part of an exercise to find more land for housing, carried out by Wiltshire Council. The Civic Society discussed this proposal in April 2015, and sent the […]

  • Applications

    Applications

    THE SHOE, MERE 12.09.17 The Development Committee Secretary, Richard Deane,   reported that a current application sought to render a house in the Mere conservation area, but gave no information whatsoever on the proposal. There was no indication what the house looked like, or what its walls were currently. He had had to go to Mere to […]

  • Old Sarum Airfield

    Old Sarum Airfield

    15/04004/OUT – OUTLINE PLANNING APPLICATION FOR 480 HOUSES AT OLD SARUM AIRFIELD The Salisbury Civic Society wishes to register a strong objection to the current proposal. 1. Impact on Conservation Area & setting of Old Sarum The historic airfield would be squeezed to an unacceptable extent by this proposal & it would lose both its […]

  • Castle Street, ex Aviva

    Castle Street, ex Aviva

    The Salisbury Journal has seen a lot of negative comments about the McCarthy & Stone proposals for retirement flats in Castle Street and Endless Street, but the Civic Society has welcomed them, though with some caveats. Its Development Committee was shown two versions of the scheme, in visits by the architect late last year and […]