Havant Borough’s Local Plan (LP) Stage 1 week-long Hearings by Government appointed Inspectors Mr. Jonathan Manning, Mr. Thomas Hatfield have concluded. You may view relevant Examination Documents, particularly the Programme MOH03 including Participants and MIQ01 Inspectors’ Questions, on the Council’s Local Plan website. A handful of Hayling residents made huge efforts to present Inspectors with Hayling Island’s realities but we are up against successive Governments’ drive
New Licensing Application https://www.havant.gov.uk/public-notice-royal-car-park... or find it on the Council's website with further information https://www.havant.gov.uk/licensing/public-notices
It is important that people living within range of this venue read it & make any comments urgently - unfortunately it appears that people have only just read it on a public notice nearby, suggesting that unless they were walking along the road, they would miss it. There is an email
These took place all last week and have now concluded. Here is an update: Passing references were made to Stage 2 in the Autumn so I'll post any future significant developments. Note that the 3 possible outcomes of the Inspectors' Examination now and in the coming months of the Council's Local Plan are: 1. It is Sound - this is "rare" 2. It is Sound but with changes/Modifications made by the Council as required by the Inspector/s. We can only hope that the arguments that w
Planning approval for Hayling Community Centre Bowling Green floodlights is welcome for players (see APP_20_00712-DECISION_NOTICE-1444037-1 (2).pdf) but with conditions that require monitoring. The document below explains why bats, which require 'veteran' trees like old oaks for example, in which to roost, need protection. During last week's Hearings, we heard that Havant Borough has some of the rarest bat species in England, roosting in old trees amidst minimal disturbance
Please see Housing Today link on Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick's 'backtracking' on pledge for planning reforms. https://www.housingtoday.co.uk/news/jenrick-backtracks-on-pledge-for-root-and-branch-planning-reform/5112667.article?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Weekly%20Housing%20Today%20Daily&utm_content=Weekly%20Housing%20Today%20Daily+CID_3845ece5e86baff2eac161b55a80e528&utm_source=Campaign%20Monitor%20emails&utm_term=Jenrick%20backtracks%20on%20pledge%20for%20root%20and%2
July's national news says it all https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-57865503?fbclid=IwAR1zjlsazKr8K62esN0UkPqVk1lFsybcyjMrZgj5PyjimXkZim9L9MSHQzc Why isn't Government's own Regulator for Southern Water, namely the Environment Agency, taking swifter action? This last financial penalty only covers 2010-2015 - why is Government so slow to enforce Regulations? One for Alan Mak MP to answer perhaps.
Coastal Partners updated 'strategy': they are most keen to hear from residents their views on what locals want/need for Hayling's coastlines so please do either let us know so as to forward to Adam Sennitt or contact them directly: firstname.lastname@example.org . They will be uploading onto the website link below, SOMETIME THIS COMING WEEK, their Presentation from last Wednesday evening so be sure to keep checking for it. They've already made a few 'adjustments' following our