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Hayling Ferry Details

Full details via the web page below for: the Ferry timetable, Hayling and Portsmouth linking bus routes, their numbers, dates of service and links to various cycle routes, quiet routes, Shipwrights Way and Sustrans. https://www.haylingferry.net/ CONTACT THE FERRY ON 07500 194854

On board!

Inaugural bus services Monday September 24th linking Eastoke Corner with Commercial Road Portsmouth! The Hayling Ferry Working Party, spear-headed by Mark Coates, has made enormous progress. It's time for everyone to play their part and get on board the bus and the ferry to make this work for us all over the long term. We encourage everyone to watch out for the bus timetables and leave the car at home to take advantage of this environmentally important link from East Hayling into Portsmouth. The Portsmouth bus will stop at the Eastney RNLI station for the ferry connection. As soon as detailed timetables and costs are published we'll post them. Remember: the ferry has been a life-saving r

Langstone Roadworks

Works to start on 1st October for ‘phase 2’ of the off-road cycle track scheme. The main components are to improve the pedestrian island in the entrance of the Technology Park, closing out the south side flare in the Langbrook Close entrance (in the same way that we did the north side flare last year) to discourage ‘u’ turning; along with various minor works along the footway south to Mill Lane. This will then allow the conversion of the footway to ‘shared’ status. All proposals have been vetted through the Safety Audit procedure to ensure compliance with current standards. Phase 3, expected next year, will extend the route past the pub and hotel and link up with the subway under the A27 to

Portsmouth Water Repairs

Re: Portsmouth Water repair work in the footway outside 91 Havant Rd., Hayling Island. Please be advised that we plan to undertake essential repair work at the above location on Tuesday 11th September 2018. To allow our teams to undertake the repair safely, we will work through the night under two way traffic signals. Access will be maintained at all times for residents and Emergency Services vehicles. Our teams will be on site from 1900 hours on Tuesday 11th and our intention is to be clear from site by 0500 hours on Wednesday 12th. We are very sorry for the inconvenience this matter will cause but will endeavour to undertake the repair and remove our traffic control as soon as possible. S

Unsatisfactory Treatment

HIRA September 2018 Portsmouth City Council’s reported pressure on Southern Water (SW) to reduce its untreated discharges into Langstone Harbour is welcome news. For everyone using our local beaches and seawater nowadays, sewage should be a distant bad memory. It isn’t remotely reassuring that a SW spokesperson states that their storm water “releases...are regulated and permitted”. Nor is it acceptable to tell people not to swim in the sea after periods of heavy rainfall, as one SW spokesman advised. Surely our local Harbours bring in so much tourist revenue that it is in everyone’s interests to provide a new sewer system to reduce the unwanted discharge? Through the Hayling Infrastructu

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