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

Parking fines
The council manages 34 car parks in the district. It is free to park in most council car parks but charges are made at the 12 town centre car parks in Petersfield and Alton.

Parking permits for disabled people - blue badge (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Partners magazine
The council produces a quarterly magazine called Partners. It keeps council tax payers up-to-date on council services and activities.

Pass Plus - driving course for young drivers (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

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

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

Penns Place
The customer services team answers a wide range of inquiries by telephone, email and face to face.

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

Performance Indicators
As a council we aim to meet the needs of the area by providing high quality services. Our performance management information shows how we do that.

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

Personnel - HR
Vacancies at East Hampshire District Council appear on a recruitment portal serving 12 councils in Hampshire.

Pest control
The pest control team can help if you have a problem with pests, such as rats, mice or insects in your home.

Pet shop licence
EHDC is responsible for a range of licences and registrations from alcohol and entertainment to environmental permits.

Petersfield Town Council (Link to external site)
Petersfield Town Council has 12 councillors representing local people.

Petitions
We will treat something as a petition if it is identified as being a petition, or if it seems to us that it is intended to be a petition.

Places to stay
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.

Planning - enforcement and compliance
Enforcement is known as compliance in East Hampshire and deals with breaches of planning control including unauthorised use of land and buildings.

Planning applications
Most new building needs planning permission. The planning team deals with planning applications seeking this permission, as well as enforcing the rules.

Planning policy
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.

Play equipment
The council owns and manages 16 equipped play areas in the district and they are regularly inspected and maintained.

Playgroups (Link to external site)
Hampshire County Council provides Services for Young Children

Police (Link to external site)
Call 999 to contact the police in an emergency. Call 101 to report any non-emergency and antisocial behaviour issues.

Policy and performance
As a council we aim to meet the needs of the area by providing high quality services. Our performance management information shows how we do that.

Poll card
The electoral services team organises elections, including European, county council, parliamentary, district and parish elections. It also keeps the registration of electors up-to-date.

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

Pollution control
The council is responsible for monitoring and taking action against pollution. This can include odours, bonfires and noise, as well as air and water pollution.

Poop scoop
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.

Population statistics
The total population in East Hampshire according to the 2001 Census is 109,274.

Portsmouth City Council (Link to external site)
Portsmouth City Council is a unitary authority

Postal vote
The electoral services team organises elections, including European, county council, parliamentary, district and parish elections. It also keeps the registration of electors up-to-date.

Postcode
When new homes are built the council decides what to call new roads and the postal address for new dwellings. It also deals with queries about the addresses of existing properties.

Posters - Flyposting
We will remove flyposting from publicly owned buildings and structure, such as fences and walls, but not from private property.

Pre-school (Link to external site)
Hampshire County Council provides Services for Young Children

Premises 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.

Press
The communications team deals with various communications services including media enquiries, press releases, communications, campaigns, events, managing the council website, managing the community website for East Hampshire www.easthampshire.org and producing the council's magazine 'Partners'.

Primary schools - applying for a place (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council v

Private hire operator
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.

Private hire vehicle
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.

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

Private Water Supplies
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.

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

Procurement
The council buys goods and services from a range of suppliers. Contracts vary from small one-off purchases to large works or service contracts.

Property management
EHDC hold a portfolio of property including industrial units, shops and other commercial buildings.

Protecting vulnerable adults (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Proxy vote
The electoral services team organises elections, including European, county council, parliamentary, district and parish elections. It also keeps the registration of electors up-to-date.

Pub 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.

Public conveniences
The council provides nine public toilets around the district. Most are cleaned at least once a day.

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

Public toilets - disabled
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.

Public transport
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.

PWS (Private Water Supplies)
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.