AN upcoming planning meeting will discuss a busy roundabout's signage and consider a licence application for a new pizza restaurant.

Salisbury City Council's Planning and Development Committee will hold a meeting at the Guildhall from 6.30pm until 9pm on Tuesday, January 23.

The group will mention planning applications it has received from December 19 to January 17 and decide whether it supports, opposes or has no view either way and in some cases make comments on the proposals.

Several major developments will be considered, including the construction and operation of a solar panel farm south of Salisbury Road in Coombe Bissett.

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The committee has also received premises licence applications from Wiltshire Makers and Selfie Pizza.

One resident has raised an issue with Harnham Junction, requesting it be made more clear to drivers which lane they are meant to be in to join New Bridge Road.

They said this has been a problem for "at least 20 years" and they have had a car accident as a result of confusion.

The full agenda for the public meeting can be accessed by clicking here. Anyone can attend the meeting.