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Waterlooville Elettra Site

A Development Consultation Forum meeting hosted by Havant Borough Council will be held on Tuesday 22nd August 2017 at 6 pm at the Public Service Plaza, Havant so that the public can see plans for the former Waterlooville BAE site. Doors will be open for viewing purposes from 5:30 pm. The proposal for the site at Elettra Avenue is for mixed purposes including leisure, retail and possibly a restaurant. Cllr. Tim Pike, Cabinet Lead for Economy and Infrastructure Projects, encourages all with an interest in the site to attend, but he also stated that this meeting does not provide an opportunity for residents' questions. Instead, residents should contact their local Councillors if they have qu

Comments Deadlines!

The following three matters require comments by set dates so please take the time to check them in case you wish to comment: 1. Either reviewing at Havant's Plaza or online, read and comment on Havant's Draft Taxi Licensing Policy by Monday September 4th http://havant.moderngov.co.uk/documents/s21287/Draft%20Taxi%20Licensing%20Policy.pdf or via Havant's website inputting Draft Taxi Licensing Policy. 2. Until Sept 13th you can comment on the England Coast Path: Plan of the Portsmouth to South Hayling stretch proposed by Natural England. Please read and let us all know your thoughts but make your comments online too - please pass on this information!! https://www.gov.uk/government/collection

999 Hayling Day!

Ferryboat Inn will host a full day 10 am - 4 pm of action scenarios with the Coastguard, RNLI, Search and Rescue Flight plus military equipment. Denmead Brass Band will help provide musical entertainment. Free transport from Beachlands available.

Protecting Hayling's Assets

Havant Borough Residents’ Alliance were shocked at the poor chairing of the Council's Development Management Committee meeting on 29th June. This Committee’s function is to decide on Planning Applications. The Alliance felt that the concerns of those presenting deputations were not adequately debated and that the return to a permanent chairperson and more training for the Committee members is essential. Hayling’s Infrastructure Review has now had 4 meetings with the next scheduled in July. Hampshire County Council’s study of the A3023 requires more time. We are also looking forward to hearing clarification of the Emergency Plan for Hayling. Hayling’s vital semi-rural atmosphere is still

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