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Dance licence
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.

Data and Intelligence
The Data and Intelligence Team provide key quality of life indicators to staff, members and partner organisations.

Data Protection
Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004, the council and other public bodies are required to give you access to information on request.

Dead animals
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.

Deafness - hearing loss (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Death certificates - historical searches (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

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

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

Democracy - young people
The council runs a citizenship course with local schools and colleges to encourage young people between the ages of 12 and 17 years to take an interest in the democratic process.

Demolition
The building control team deals with issues relating to building work and construction, including making sure that buildings are safe.

Dentists - find a dentist (Link to external site)
This service is provided by the NHS

Development briefs
The planning policy team provides advice to the council and its customers. It doesn’t consider individual planning applications, it looks at broader issues instead.

Dial-a-ride
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.

Directgov (Link to external site)
Easy access to the public services you use and the information you need, delivered by the UK government

Disabilities (learning) - guidance and support (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Disability – housing grants
Grants are available to help the elderly, disabled and those on low incomes make adaptations or repairs to their homes.

Disabled parking permits (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Disabled people - employment and training schemes (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Disabled Rail Card
Elderly and disabled people can get free travel on public buses nationwide, reduced rate travel on trains or tokens towards transport services.

Disabled students allowance (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Disabled toilet access
East Hampshire District Council provide disabled facilities at each of our nine public conveniences. They consist of a separate unit or as a combined system with the able-bodied facilities.

District councillors
You can contact your local councillor by telephone or email. We provide a comprehensive listing of who your local ward councillor is and which councillors serve on which committees.

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

Doctors - find a GP (Link to external site)
This service is provided by the NHS

Dog wardens
The council collects loose or stray dogs and returns them to their owners or arranges for them to be re-housed. We also deal with complaints about barking dogs and dog fouling.

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

Dogs and dog fouling
The council collects loose or stray dogs and returns them to their owners or arranges for them to be re-housed. We also deal with complaints about barking dogs and dog fouling.

Domestic Abuse
The council can help you if you are fleeing your home because you are in fear of violence from someone you live with, or have lived with or had a relationship with.

Drains
The council offers a 24-hour chargeable service for clearing blocked drains. Public sewers are the responsibility of the water authority and road drains are maintained by the highway authority.

Drinking water
The council is responsible for testing private water supplies, such as boreholes or wells, to make sure they are safe to use for drinking and washing.

Driver - Dual hackney carriage and private hire
All hackney carriages (taxis) and private hire vehicles in East Hampshire must be licensed by the council. The council carries out checks to make vehicles and drivers are safe.

Driving (Link to external site)
This service is provided by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, which maintains registers of drivers and vehicles and collects vehicle excise duty (car tax).

Dump (Link to external site)
The best way to get rid of any extra rubbish or recycling is to take it to your nearest Household Waste Recycling Centre (commonly called the tip or the dump) run by Hampshire County Council.

Dustbin collection
East Hampshire District Council operates an alternate weekly kerbside recycling and refuse collection service from wheeled bins.

DVLA (Link to external site)
This service is provided by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, which maintains registers of drivers and vehicles and collects vehicle excise duty (car tax).