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A3 ('ZIP') Bus Priority Route (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Abandoned vehicles
EHDC will remove an abandoned vehicle from a public road or an open space where the public have free access.

Abuse and neglect - adults (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Abuse and neglect - children (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Accident at work
The council can advise both employers and employees about health and safety in the work place. The team will investigate complaints about workplace conditions and accidents at work.

Accident prevention in the home
Homecheck is a free home safety and security check which is funded by the council and carried out by Drum Housing Association. It is a free service for those on an income related benefit.

Accommodation
The council wants to attract visitors to this area of outstanding natural beauty, but it is also committed to encouraging visitors who will respect the environment and our communities.

Active Lifestyles
Active Lifestyles aims to get more people more active more often.

Acupuncture
The council can advise both employers and employees about health and safety in the work place. The team will investigate complaints about workplace conditions and accidents at work.

Admissions - primary schools (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Admissions - secondary schools (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Adoption (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Adult carers - advice and support (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Adult education
An overview of some of the fun and formal courses available at a wide range of learning centres in East Hampshire

Adult gaming centres
The Gambling Act 2005 came into effect on 1 September 2007. It comprehensively modernised the law on gambling.

Adult Services (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Affordable housing
Affordable housing is there to help local people who need accommodation but are unable to afford market prices.

After school club (Link to external site)
Hampshire County Council provides Services for Young Children

Agendas of council meetings
Key council decisions are made at council and committee meetings. You can view committee agenda, reports and minutes online.

Air quality
The Environmental Protection team monitors the air quality in the district.

Airport
East Hampshire District Council does not have principal responsibility for traffic in the area but works closely with other organisations to promote and improve sustainable local transport.

Alarms - noise complaints
The Environmental Protection team at the council will investigate complaints about noise, such as noise from neighbours, building sites, entertainment and commercial activity.

Alcohol - advice and support (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Alcohol and entertainment licences
You need a licence to sell or supply alcohol, as well as to provide entertainment, music, dancing, theatre, cinema, indoor sporting events, hot food or drink after 11pm.

Alerts by email
You can sign up for our free email alerts to keep up to date with the things that matter to you

Allen Gallery, Alton (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Alton Community Centre
Latest information on the proposed new community centre in Alton.

Alton Sports Centre
The council is responsible for three leisure centres in the district - Alton Sports Centre, Mill Chase Leisure Centre in Bordon and the Taro Leisure Centre in Petersfield.

Alton Town Council (Link to external site)
Alton Town Council is made up of 13 councillors who represent the 7 wards into which the town is divided.

Ambulance (Link to external site)
Call 999 to contact the ambulance service in an emergency.

Ancestry research - County Records Office (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Animal boarding establishments licence
EHDC is responsible for a range of licences and registrations from alcohol and entertainment to environmental permits.

Animal welfare
The animal welfare team deals with complaints about noise or smell from animals. It also licenses a number of animal establishments.

Animals - dead
The council will remove most dead animals from public roads and council-owned land, usually within 24 hours. This free service does not cover animals which are smaller than a cat.

Anti-social behaviour
East Hampshire has one of the lowest crime rates in Hampshire. The council works with a number of other organisations in the area to support this.

AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty)
To provide a comprehensive professional landscape design service and arboricultural service for the benefit of the Council and its external customers.

Applying for a school place - primary schools (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Applying for a school place - secondary schools (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Approved food premises
EHDC is responsible for a range of licences and registrations from alcohol and entertainment to environmental permits.

Archaeology and historic buildings record (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Archives - Hampshire Record Office (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Area Bulletins
There are four community forums in East Hampshire giving local people, organisations and businesses an opportunity to raise issues and influence future initiatives.

Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)
The council is committed to protecting and conserving the countryside in the East Hampshire area by working in partnership with other agencies.

Arts in Hampshire (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Attractions
The council wants to attract visitors to this area of outstanding natural beauty, but it is also committed to encouraging visitors who will respect the environment and our communities.

Austen, Jane (Link to external site)
Jane Austen spent the last eight years of her life at Chawton in the 17th century house which is now preserved in her memory