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Make Your View Count: New Housing Plan Consultation

September 9th is the deadline for your opinions so remember to back up what you write with facts. Our first post provides the email and hard copy addresses. You may wish to take some of the following points into consideration if they apply to you: In 1985 Technical Reports on the A3023 found it was already taking far in excess of the traffic load originally expected and no improvements have been made since. Currently Langstone Bridge takes an annual average daily flow of 25,000 vehicles but the Highways Agency figures show it should only take 13,000. Provision for cyclists on the A3023 is hazardous despite the importance of commuter and recreational cycling to the Island and region. It is

Consultation on Police and Crime Plan

Michael Lane, our new Police and Crime Commissioner, seeks our views as he prepares his Police and Crime Plan 2016-21 which he expects to publish in early October 2016. You are invited to provide your opinion by going to http://www.hampshire-pcc.gov.uk/survey. This was brought to our attention by the Hampshire Alert free service to which readers subscribe via https://www.hampshirealert.co.uk. Hampshire Alert provides regular updates concerning local crime as well as advice and relevant local events, so it is a useful tool.

Island cannot cope with such an influx of homes.

Successive Government policies continue to drive the pressure on all Local Authorities to significantly boost the supply of housing through their Local Plans and, where the latter do not comply, a Minister can impose a decision. HIRA and NEHRA representatives together with 4 of our Borough Councillors attended a July meeting both to hear information from Havant Borough Council officers about the Draft Local Plan Housing Statement, which will also set the framework for the Havant Borough Local Plan 2036. HIRA and NEHRA also shared residents’ concerns regarding the proposals. Consultation on the Draft Housing Statement is taking place from 25th July to 9th September. Planning Officers made

Draft Local Plan: Consultation

Successive Government policies continue to drive the pressure on all Local Authorities to significantly boost the supply of housing through their Local Plans and, where the latter do not comply, a Minister can impose a decision. HIRA and NEHRA representatives together with 4 of our Borough Councillors attended a July meeting to hear information from Havant Borough Council officers about the Draft Local Plan Housing Statement, which will also set the framework for the Havant Borough Local Plan 2036. HIRA also shared residents’ concerns regarding the proposals. Consultation on the Draft Housing Statement is taking place from 25th July to 9th September. Planning Officers made it very clear

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