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Enforcement patrols help keep the lid on litter

27 Nov 2018
More than 800 fines have been issued to litter louts around East Hampshire over the last 12 months. East Hampshire District Council is committed to keeping the district’s streets clean and free from litter with regular litter enforcement patrols. Residents and visitors can be fined £80 for...

Transforming empty shops into centres of support

26 Nov 2018
Landlords with empty business premises can turn their property into a valuable asset for the community by transforming them into a means to tackle social issues. Open Doors is a Government initiative to help community groups occupy empty shops and use them to deliver services for people who feel...

Children take charge at East Hampshire District Council

22 Nov 2018
Pupils from East Hampshire schools have taken charge at East Hampshire District Council this week as part of a national scheme to introduce children to the workplace. More than 400 school children were given a tour of the council offices at Penns Place, Petersfield, and found out about the scores...

Innovative Chief Executive to take on new role

21 Nov 2018
Sandy Hopkins, who is currently Chief Executive at East Hampshire District Council and Havant Borough Council, is taking on a new challenge at Southampton City Council as its Chief Executive. Sandy has successfully led both East Hampshire District Council and Havant Borough Council since 2009 (and...

New year… volunteer!

21 Nov 2018
Residents and businesses of East Hampshire will have the opportunity to learn more about how they can help the local voluntary organisations and charities which give so much to the district at a special event planned for January. As the new year approaches, what’s a better new year’s resolution...

Uncontested Bramshott and Liphook Parish Council by-election

19 Nov 2018
A vacant seat on Bramshott and Liphook Parish Council has been filled without the need of an election. A by-election had been scheduled for Thursday 13 December 2018, however, only one candidate came forward to fill the position. As a result independent candidate, Martin Charles Hall, of Canada...

Brewing heritage captured at Gales

09 Nov 2018
A spectacular mural celebrating Horndean’s history of brewing is to be unveiled this month by a very special guest. The artwork has been placed on the Old Brewery apartment block next to the Gales Brewery tower in London Road, Horndean, and raises a glass to the area’s beer-making heritage. It will...

Make it purple

08 Nov 2018
Businesses are being encouraged to support an initiative called "Purple Tuesday" and provide accessible shopping. The day, which will take place on Tuesday 13 November, has been established with the endorsement of the Department for Work and Pensions to recognise the importance and needs of...

Confirm your details or risk your right to vote

06 Nov 2018
Residents who do not confirm or correct their voter registration details by 23 November run the risk of being deleted from the electoral register. East Hampshire District Council is sending out more than 9,000 final reminders to residents who have not responded to forms confirming their voter...

Planning meeting to go on the road for big decisions

06 Nov 2018
Residents will be able to see crucial decisions made on their doorstep as East Hampshire District Council has announced it will move planning meetings considering large applications to the local area. Meetings to decide on applications of more than 100 homes will be moved to the area affected by...

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