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Schools take over East Hampshire District Council for the day

17 Nov 2017
Hundreds of school children from across East Hampshire grabbed the reins at East Hampshire District Council when they took over Penns Place for the day. Children were invited into the council’s Petersfield offices as part of National Takeover Day – a country-wide scheme to give young people a...

Schools take over East Hampshire District Council for the day

17 Nov 2017
Hundreds of school children from across East Hampshire grabbed the reins at East Hampshire District Council when they took over Penns Place for the day. Children were invited into the council’s Petersfield offices as part of National Takeover Day – a country-wide scheme to give young people a...

Neighbourhood plans approved in Liss and East Meon

10 Nov 2017
Two villages have voted through plans that will help shape their future. East Meon and Liss residents went to the polls on Thursday to vote in referendums on neighbourhood plans, which set out policies for development and use of land. Both plans were approved by voters. Liss Neighbourhood Plan...

EHDC grant helps provide Roman home improvements

10 Nov 2017
Thousands of visitors have been able to walk in the footsteps of ancient people thanks to upgrades to a Roman villa at Buster Ancient Farm, including authentic new flooring. The popular tourist attraction, in Chalton, south of Petersfield, has recently completed £100,000 worth of alterations to the...

Developer signs up to take forward Land East Of Horndean

03 Nov 2017
Plans for a major development of much-needed homes and community facilities in Horndean are a step closer to reality after a developer signed up to take the scheme forward. Bloor Homes, working closely with East Hampshire District Council, has entered into agreements with the land owners to build...

Regular meetings to debate hot topics

03 Nov 2017
Hot topics and more accessible venues are among the ways Petersfield’s Community Forums can reach a wider audience. East Hampshire District Council holds regular meetings called Community Forums for residents and councillors to discuss local issues. The recent Community Forum, held in EHDC’s...

Councils provide business grants - Business Forum

03 Nov 2017
Helping businesses to help themselves was the message from a Business Forum at Alton Assembly Rooms. The meeting, held on 5 October, focused on a grant scheme provided by East Hampshire District Council and Alton Town Council for businesses in Alton and Holybourne. The Retail Improvement Grant...

Feeling safe in a Healthy New Town

02 Nov 2017
Vulnerable people in Whitehill & Bordon now have a safe place to go if they are feeling overwhelmed or being bullied, abused or harassed. The Safe Place scheme has been rolled out across Whitehill & Bordon under East Hampshire District Council’s Healthy New Town programme to make sure...

Neighbourhood Plan referendums to be held in Liss and in East Meon

24 Oct 2017
Plans that will shape the way two villages grow for years to come will be put to the vote in Liss and in East Meon. Both villages have put forward Neighbourhood Development Plans and will put them to the public in a referendum, organised by East Hampshire District Council, on Thursday 9 November....

Plans for Alton’s future healthcare revealed at Community Forum

20 Oct 2017
Meeting increased patient demand and encouraging people to take good care of themselves are among future NHS priorities for Alton to be discussed in the town. East Hampshire District Council’s Community Forum will discuss the Alton Strategic Health Services Review – and what it means for the future...

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