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Alton takes the lead with new electric car chargers

18 Jul 2018
Electric car drivers in Alton will be powering ahead thanks to the installation of two rapid chargers in a town car park. The new chargers have been brought to Manor Car Park by East Hampshire District Council and ChargePoint Services, which provides an electric vehicle charging network across the...

Help is at hand for older people - Alton Community Forum

06 Jul 2018
Older people and people who care for elderly relatives are being encouraged to come along to a special event to show off the services available for them. The event, organised by East Hampshire District Council, will gather local authorities and care organisations in one place, giving Alton...

EHDC calls for environmental study on Alton development site

04 Jul 2018
East Hampshire District Council has decided an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) should be conducted before a planning application can be submitted on a site in Alton. The EIA would examine any possible ecological damage the development of the Lord Treloar Hospital site would cause to the local...

EHDC brews up art project to honour Horndean’s heritage

03 Jul 2018
A Horndean landmark will display a glimpse into the village’s unique history with a spectacular mural planned for the Gales Brewery building. A two-metre square patch on the wall of the building in Portsmouth Road has been earmarked for a piece of public artwork – and Horndean residents have the...

First firms move in to Liphook’s new business park

27 Jun 2018
The first two businesses have moved in to the new business park on the former Ordnance Supply Unit (OSU) in Liphook. The redevelopment of the site, from former military base to modern commercial space, is a joint venture between East Hampshire District Council and the Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise...

Help for older people at Horndean forum

22 Jun 2018
Help is out there – that’s the message for older people in East Hampshire. Older people and people who care for elderly relatives are being encouraged to come along to a special event to show off all the services available for them. The event, organised by East Hampshire District Council, will...

£1 million funding pot for Whitehill & Bordon projects

25 Jun 2018
East Hampshire District Council has set aside a £1 million pot of money gathered from developers working in Whitehill & Bordon to fund community projects in the town. Organisations with a plan to improve the area’s community facilities can apply for the money they need to help make their...

Time-saving technology for caring charity

19 Jun 2018
An East Hampshire charity that provides care for people with life-limiting illness has been given a time-saving technological boost that will help staff focus on patients. The Rosemary Foundation, based in Langrish, has improved its internet access with superfast broadband, thanks to a £1,000 grant...

A big prize for small businesses

05 Jun 2018
Small businesses around East Hampshire can claim an opportunity money can’t buy this month as part of a national promotion. Small Business Saturday is looking to celebrate and promote 100 businesses from around the UK in the run up to Small Business Saturday 2018. Each year the campaign celebrates...

New applications on Alton development

31 May 2018
A developer building a 180-home development in Alton has submitted three new applications to alter the layout of the site. Redrow Homes received outline planning permission for 180 homes on land east of Will Hall Farm in May 2015, with approval of reserved matters relating to the layout, scale,...

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