The following planning applications have been decided upon by Wiltshire Council recently.

Malmesbury: Mr Waldron of Lily Garden, Eastcourt has had planning permission granted to build a detached garage at the front of his property.

Malmesbury: A new car park and associated works is due to be built at Dyson Technology Ltd in Tetbury Hill the planning permission includes provisions for landscaping, lighting and electric vehicle charging points.

Chippenham: Plans by Mr Williams of The Old Vicarage, 54 St Mary Street to replace the side and rear flat roofs have been approved.

Bradford on Avon: Mr Brown of The HUB@BA15 in Church Street has been granted planning permission to install a non-illuminated hanging sign and nameplate.

Bradford on Avon: Amanda Sterkenburg of 98 Trowbridge Road has been granted planning permission for the demolition of the existing conservatory and the construction of a single-storey kitchen extension at the rear of the house. The approval also includes permission to replace an existing shed with a new potting shed at the end of the back garden. Additionally, there is permission to build a carport at the parking area on Poulton Rd at the rear of the property.

Devizes: A cedar tree will be cut down at Nutcrackers, 37 High Street in Littleton Panell after an application by Mr Mason was met with no objections.

Tytherington: An application submitted by Mr and Mrs Williams of Church Farmhouse to construct a front boundary wall and gates, as well as a new single-storey side extension has been approved.

Melksham: Mr and Mrs Snook of 36 Addison Road have been granted planning permission to demolish an existing lean-to rear extension and the construction of a new single extension.

Avebury Trusloe: Mr and Mrs Buxton of Trusloe Farmhouse in Frog Lane have been granted permission for the construction of a proposed external brick chimney stack at the property to provide flue for installation of woodburner.

Marlborough: Planning permission has been granted to Mr and Mrs Mason of Ballards Piece in Forest Hill to build a double garage, workshop and utility extension.

Calne: A planning application submitted by Mr Richardson of 3 Salmons Leap for a single-storey rear extension has been approved.

Lacock: Mr Rigg of Ivy Lodge Equestrian in Lower Woodrow, Melksham submitted a planning application for alterations and extensions to the dwelling at 22 Bowden Hill, Lacock. The plans, which have been approved also include the construction of a garage and garden store and the formalisation of the existing access.

Marlborough: Mr Harrold of 352 Snarlton Lane has had his application to replace the existing timber garage with a double garage approved.

Marlborough: Listed building consent has been given to Mr Roe of Marlborough College (pictured) Bath Road to remove asbestos and to carry out reinstatement works.

Trowbridge: Mr Clarke of 93 Victoria Road has received planning permission to put up a three-meter high acoustic timber fence to boundaries with Hilperton Road and Victoria Road.

Burbage: Planning permission has been given to Mrs Cliss of Pear Tree Cottage in Savernake Road to remove the existing conservatory, rear outbuildings and detached garage at the property, and for the construction of a two-storey extension and a detached car port.

Warminster: J. M Stratton & Co Stratton of East Farm in Church Lane, Codford have been granted planning permission to construct an agricultural slurry lagoon for the storage of digestate.

Beanacre: Mrs Wilkinson of 44a Westlands Lane has been granted planning permission for the change of use of the land from agricultural to residential.

Great Bedwyn: Tracey Hancock of the Aster Group, Priory Medical Centre in Wells has been granted planning permission to build a three-bedroom dwelling on land adjacent to 24 Farm Lane.

Malmesbury: Mr Young of 29 Oxford Street, Aldbourne has had his part-retrospective planning application for the construction of a storage building denied. The decision stated that the height, roof pitch, inappropriate design and build form, as well as 'disproportionate size to the structures intended use' would be 'harmful to the character and appearance of the rural landscape'.