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Press releases in date order

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Ropley plan gets green light

20 Sep 2019
A community-made neighbourhood plan which will be taken into account when planning applications are being considered has been approved for Ropley. The Ropley Neighbourhood Plan 2011-2028, drawn up by residents of the village, has been adopted by East Hampshire District Council. It will now become...

EHDC defeats bid for ‘speculative’ Four Marks development

10 Sep 2019
East Hampshire District Council has successfully defended Four Marks from a ‘speculative’ bid to build 58 homes in the village. The council won an appeal on the proposal having previously turned the application down for planning permission. Developer William Lacy Group had applied to build an...

Don’t lose your vote

09 Sep 2019
Residents in East Hampshire risk losing their right to vote if they don’t keep their registration details up to date. East Hampshire District Council is sending electoral forms to households around the district now. The Household Enquiry Form (HEF) is delivered annually to more than 53,000...

EHDC explores plan to convert hall for the homeless

06 Sep 2019
East Hampshire District Council is exploring the use of a former community hall in Whitehill & Bordon to help local homeless people off the streets. The plan, still in its very early stages, would see Pinewood Village Hall, in Rydall Close, converted to fit ten accommodation units for single...

EHDC’s £1 million pot makes an impact

04 Sep 2019
The first wave of grants from East Hampshire District Council’s £1 million fund have been awarded to community organisations and charities. In total 17 grants have been handed out to groups supporting a huge variety of valuable community services in every corner of the district. Two more waves of...

Make your comments count on Local Plan

02 Sep 2019
‘Make your points positive and planning-based’ – that’s the message from East Hampshire District Council’s planners as they launch a consultation on which large scale developments to include in the Draft Local Plan. Starting on 3 September the council will be gathering information and comments from...

Tree surgeons fined for case of mistaken identity

30 Aug 2019
A tree care company has been ordered to pay £1,450 after damaging a silver birch protected by a Tree Preservation order. Green Frontiers Garden Care, from Headley, had been contracted to remove a diseased tree at a property in Kingswood Firs, Grayshott. However, the company set about taking down...

New strategy to Enhance East Hants

28 Aug 2019
East Hampshire’s towns and villages are set to be enhanced so they become even better places for people to live and work. A new strategy, to be discussed by East Hampshire District Council’s Cabinet next week, sets out how it would improve Alton, Petersfield, Whitehill & Bordon and the southern...

Summer bank holiday bin collection changes

20 Aug 2019
Please be advised that following the Summer bank holiday on Monday 26 August 2019, bin collections will take place 24 hours later than usual. Usual collection date Revised collection date Monday 26 August Tuesday 27 August Tuesday 27 August Wednesday 28 August Wednesday 28 August Thursday 29 August...

Council dealing with dangerous structures in Grayshott and Petersfield

09 Aug 2019
East Hampshire District Council (EHDC) Building Control officers have quickly responded to reports of dangerous structures in Grayshott and Petersfield town centre ahead of predicted storms. A small number of slates on buildings in Victoria Terrace, Crossways Road, Grayshott had fallen, and others...

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