Local Authority Details
AQMAs Declared by Wiltshire Council
The following AQMAs have been declared by Wiltshire Council.
These are listed with most recent first.
|AQMA||Description||Date Declared||Date Amended||Date Revoked||Pollutants|
|Westbury AQMA||The following roads and buildings with facades on the roads Haynes Road from No.23 up to the junction with Warminster Road and Warminster Road from the junction with Haynes Road to the junction with Leigh Road.||26/11/2001||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
|Bradford-on-Avon AQMA||The following roads and buildings with facades on the roads Masons Lane, Market Street, Silver Street, St Margarets Street.||26/11/2001||30/04/2021||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
Particulate Matter PM10
|Salisbury City Centre AQMA||An area encompassing the whole of Salisbury City Centre within the Churchill Way ring road amalgamating the previous 5 smaller AQMAs in the City Centre.||19/10/2007||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
|Salisbury Wilton Road (A36) AQMA||An area encompassing properties on Wilton Road A36 Trunk Road between St Pauls roundabout Skew Bridge. Area includes southern end of Devizes Road.||19/10/2007||03/03/2016||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
|Salisbury London Road AQMA||An area encompassing properties on London Road A30 between the railway bridge and St Marks roundabout and including properties on the lower part of St Marks Avenue and Bourne Avenue.||19/10/2007||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
|Marlborough Air Quality Management Area||The border of the Marlborough AQMA mirrors the Town Council border with the exception of a small area to the south west of the town. Instead of crossing Granham Hill, the border runs down the hill, crosses the road adjacent to the last garden in Granham Close and running down to the River Kennet. Here it follows the southern bank of the River until meeting the Town Council boundary once more||13/05/2011||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
|Devizes Shanes Castle AQMA||Devizes Shanes Castle at the junction of the A342 and A361||23/11/2009||04/01/2013||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
|Calne AQMA||An area covering most of the main road through Calne, and sections of two adjoining roads.||25/02/2013||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
Cells in the above table are empty where information has previously not been recorded.
Wiltshire Council has published the following action plans (each opens in a new window):