The engineer appointed by the Town Council following the recent damage to the Market Cross has produced a specification of required work that meets with the approval of the Conservation Officer at Wiltshire Council and the engineer for Historic England.

 

Our insurance company has given authority to go out for tender to the three specialist companies selected by the team and they will wish to see the documents before we have their consent to proceed to appointment.

This is a lengthy process mainly because of all the consents required before involving specialist contractors. However we hope that work will be commencing soon so that the Market Cross is restored once again.

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In March we posted a news item here from the Mayor asking residents to respond to a proposal from the Local Government Boundary Commission for England to change the electoral boundaries for Malmesbury. That response was successful.The Commission’s original proposal, which the Town Council and Wiltshire Council opposed, was to allocate the south-east sector of the town (Abbey, Town Hall, High Street, Kingswall, St John’s Street) to the Sherston Division for the purposes of the election of Wiltshire Councillors.
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