HWPS welcomes the opportunity to join the Rural Hart Association as this would cost no money upfront and we would not be under any obligation to contribute to the fund being collected to appoint consultants who are competent and experienced enough to get to grips with the complexity of planning rules. On the other hand there could be strong support from HWPS members for making a contribution to such a significant project. We would anticipate getting some good advice and information by rubbing shoulders with some very knowledgeable people with long experience of objecting to planning applications.  For more information go to www.ruralhart.org

21 February 2018

 

The Hart District Local Plan was published on 19 December 2017 and approved at the Council Meeting on 4 January 2018.

The Local Plan includes the commitment to build a new settlement in the Winchfield/Murrell Green area which will have 'the potential to deliver new homes from the middle of the plan period (2024).

Our MP, Ranil Jayawardena, is in full agreement that Hart District Council should regenerate and revitalise Fleet and Hart's other major urban areas,

Please act NOW by supporting and signing his petition at:

https://www.tellranil.com/campaigns/revitalise-and-regenerate

 

HISTORICAL WALKS UPDATE

Three historical walks have been updated and are on the website under Historical Informatmion, Village Walks.  We are grateful to David Tunnell, Chris Griffin and Steve Young for their help with this ongoing project.

 

There will be a book launch on Saturday 11 November 2017 from 11.30 am to 12.30 pm in the Appleton Hall.  The book has been sponsored by the Hartley Wintney Parish Council and has been written by the Local History Group.  Books will be availalbe to purchase at the launch for £5.00 (cash or cheque only). 

Bramshill Appeal Hearing - Commences Tuesday 31 October 2017 at 10.00 am in the main house.

Mr Clynt Wellington from GTS attended a Hartley Wintney Parish Council Planning Meeting in February 2018.  He confirmed that the company would be working on the facade of the building when the weather improves.

March 2018