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July 19, 2019

Please read and make any Comments you wish to make by Friday August 9th 2019 whether or not you have commented before, this is a new application APP/18/00724 found in HBC, Planning, Search & Comment online or at Hayling Library online:

https://planningpublicaccess.havan...

July 19, 2019

At June's Havant Borough Cabinet Meeting it was proposed to send a letter to Government Ministers requesting urgent consideration of the damaging effect on "small and medium sized builders" resulting from the current moratorium on particularly the UK's south coast buil...

July 19, 2019

Members of Hayling's vital Infrastructure Advisory Group are meeting with continued delays from Havant Borough Council's new Chairman for the Group, Cllr. Tim Pike, in our efforts to engage with the Council's deliberations on our Island's infrastructure needs and plans...

July 19, 2019

Many readers will know, from the June Islander p.8, that this National Cycle Route has been disgracefully neglected for far too long and now is not only at risk from falling into the sea but also from rainwater flooding as Hampshire County Council (HCC) has failed to m...

July 19, 2019

Since news of JPIMedia's closure of, amongst many other local papers, Hayling's local Islander newspaper, there have been communications between concerned Islander supporters and JPIMedia in order to establish any terms on which the paper could re-open.  There is nothi...

July 19, 2019

Martin Hampton is offering his advice regarding suitable planting in even the tiniest corners of our open as well as private ground spaces, in order to encourage insect life which many of us gardeners already know is in worrying sharp decline nationally and locally.  H...

July 19, 2019

"We the undersigned, petition Havant Borough Council to amend their Climate Emergency declaration ton one which is target focused and binding. We believe that we are in a climate emergency which threatens our health, environment and all of our futures. Havant Borough C...

July 1, 2019

June 14th’s cavernous hole in Hayling’s only major access route, the by now famous A3023 cul de sac, was caused by Portsmouth Water’s (PW) largest water main supply to the Island bursting.  Regardless of the cause, the appalling consequences of this event highlights Ha...

July 1, 2019

As published in the Hayling Trader as will be the September/October Article.

June 14th’s cavernous hole in Hayling’s only major access route, the by now famous A3023 cul de sac, was caused by Portsmouth Water’s (PW) largest water main supply to the Island bursting.  Reg...

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