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Partners Issue 92 • Summer 2018

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Our record breaking sports awards page 12

We’re freezing Council Tax! page 3

£30m for sports centres page 4


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Keeping it low

Council Tax

EHDC is committ ed to having the capacity to reduce Counci l Tax to zero. We have made two consecutiv e cuts in Counci l Ta x - the only council in the co untr y to achieve this - backed up by this year’s freeze. To achieve this the council has set itself ambitious target s to generate in come and save money.

East Hampshire District Council has frozen its share of Council Tax for the forthcoming year, one of only a handful of councils around the country to do so. The freeze follows two consecutive cuts, bringing Council Tax down to 2010 levels. Band D properties will pay £131.11 a year for the services they receive from EHDC. These include bin collection, planning, food safety, pollution control, housing, managing elections and many, many more.

EHDC has been earning income through investing in high -qualit y commer cial properties and collecting re nt. Our teams sell th eir expertise to other councils or organisations to raise income. We work as effic iently as possib le and save costs wherever we can. For exam ple the cost of our managemen t team is shared w ith Havant Borough Counci l.

Where does my Council Tax go?

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Although EHDC collects Council Tax from you, it only sets the portion it keeps for its own services. Other local authorities in the area - Hampshire County Council, the Police and Crime Commission, Hampshire Fire and Rescue and local town and parish councils - have increased their share of Council Tax this year, meaning your total bill will have gone up. But EHDC is doing its best to keep the Council Tax you pay low.

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of your Council Tax goes to EHDC Hampshire County Council

Band D property HCC - £1,200.96 Police and Crime Commissioner - £177.46 EHDC - £131.11 Hampshire Fire and Rescue - £65.74 Town and parish councils bet ween zero and £106.46 PARTNERS


Under starter’s orders! Plans for £30m of investment into sport and leisure facilities in East Hampshire are under starter’s orders. A new centre is set to be built in Alton and in Whitehill & Bordon - and the Taro Leisure Centre in Petersfield is being refurbished. In March planning permission was approved for the two new centres which will be ready for action during 2019. The new facilities are being delivered by EHDC’s sports and leisure partner Everyone Active. They will give even more people across the area the opportunity to take part in sports and exercise making it easier for people to live healthy lifestyles.

What’s coming? Alton • A six-lane swimming pool deep enough to allow the GCSE programme work, where the current pool is not. It will have hi-tech touch-pad timers, starting blocks and seating for 150 spectators • A learner pool with an adjustable floor so it can be used safely by different age groups for different purposes • An air-conditioned group cycle studio, including hi-tech virtual classes where resistance programmes match the contours of the terrain on the screen • Two multi-use studios capable of hosting a range of group exercise activities with air conditioning, mirrored walls and ballet bars. One studio can also heat to 38°C, allowing it to be used for hot yoga • A six-court sports hall with sprung wooden floor and acoustic protection


• The centre will also feature a spa that includes four treatment rooms and recovery areas, including a sauna, steam room and hydro pool. Guests will also have access to heated lounge chairs and a monsoon shower

The new agreement with Everyone Active will mean that for the first time the centres will be self-funding and, over the life of the 20-year contract, will not cost the taxpayer a penny.

• A much larger 130-station gym, with its own dedicated changing area and locker facilities, reflecting the popularity of this kind of training

In fact, it will generate income to pay for other public services in the area and keep council tax low.

• Family-friendly pool-side changing rooms including more baby changing facilities and larger family cubicles • Crèche facilities



Whitehill & Bordon • A new six-lane pool will be built to Sport England’s latest specification • The teaching pool will be larger, with a viewing area in the refreshment area • The gym will be significantly bigger with 80 stations offering the latest cardiovascular and resistance equipment • There will be a larger, dedicated fitness studio and spinning bikes with hi-tech virtual spinning • High-quality, dry-side male and female changing rooms, with better access for disabled users • Larger, more family-friendly wet-side changing facilities with more baby changing rooms and larger family cubicles

Petersfield • An extended 100-station gym with the latest equipment • New, larger spin studio with virtual spinning • Refurbished café and new welcoming reception • New pool-side and dry-side changing facilities







Construction of Hampshire County Council’s brand new, 900-place secondary school is under way. The new school will incorporate sports facilities including a flood-lit, all weather pitch and six-court sports hall. The school should be ready by the summer of 2019 to allow the Mill Chase Academy to move to its new home in time for the start of the academic year in the autumn term.




Work will soon be under way on a new leisure centre in Whitehill & Bordon. The facility will be built in the planned new town centre. The current centre at Mill Chase Academy will remain open while its replacement is being built. The new building should be ready during 2019. It will incorporate a range of exciting facilities, including a six-lane 25m indoor pool and a learner pool with familyfriendly changing facilities.


Global technology giant IBM is joining forces with East Hampshire District Council and the Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company to turn Whitehill & Bordon into a ‘smart and connected’ town.

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The collaboration will bring state-of-theart technology to the town and change the way people interact with their homes, with each other, their community and local services. It will help people to live healthier lifestyles and receive care in their own homes. And it will enable new, cleaner ways to travel around the town reducing traffic and maintaining air quality.





Café 1759 is a new not-for-profit community café based in Chieftain House, Quebec Park. The focus of the café is to use local produce and create delicious homemade food while running community events. Café 1759 is supported by Radian, which is responsible for the development at Quebec Park. You can find out more information at



The transformation of the historic Broxhead House is complete and BASE innovation centre is open and operational. BASE has private offices, co-working space, virtual offices, and meeting rooms.



The Whitehill & Bordon Community Development Trust is a new charity which has been set up to bring social, economic and environmental benefits to the community. Whitehill & Bordon Community Development Trust launched a Community Gardens programme this spring. For information about events, facilities and opportunities to get involved in the community, go to:



Residents’ surveys were distributed to homes in Whitehill & Bordon in February. Thank you to those who completed the surveys.

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Work is now progressing on the relief road. Skanska is completing the next section of the relief road soon, and work on the final section will be under way this summer.



Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company is developing the first range of new homes at Prince Philip Park, starting from one-bedroom apartments, through to four-bedroom detached family homes. Dukes Quarter, totalling 172 new homes, will see the first completions as early as this summer.



The new colonial style Bordon and Oakhanger Sports Club (BOSC) building will open this summer. BOSC will provide function and dining rooms for local events and clubs as well as an attractive pavilion for cricket, bowls and tennis groups in the town. spaces/bosc/ c . n o .com nerati n o e d lbor donreg l i h r te whi ehillbo t whi



The transformation of the town is being led by a partnership which includes: East Hampshire District Council, the Defence Infrastructure Organisation, Hampshire County Council, Enterprise M3 LEP, Homes England, Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company, Barratt Homes and Radian.

Y H T L A E AH N W O T NEW Whitehill & Bordon has been named as one of 10 NHS England Healthy New Towns. This is a new way of designing towns to help people in Whitehill & Bordon live healthy, active and independent lives. State-of-the-art technology will be integrated into homes and workplaces. A new health hub will offer advice and treatment, and a new leisure centre will be built in the heart of the town. East Hampshire District Council has been working with its partners to rethink how health and care services can be delivered. Partners include the South Eastern Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group, Hampshire County Council, Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company, Radian and local GP surgeries.

These pages show some of the ways Whitehill & Bordon will be a Healthy New Town

GETTING ABOUT We want to make it easier, safer and more enjoyable for people to walk and cycle around Whitehill & Bordon. We are working with urban designers to investigate how we can improve the experience of walking and cycling around town. In February we held a series of workshops with different resident groups and local schools. These workshops focussed on Chalet Hill and Budds Lane, which is a key route from the existing town into the new town. Residents walked the route and identified opportunities to enhance it. The next stage of the work will include creating and implementing projects along the route to encourage local people to get out and about.

HEALTHY NEW TOWN SURVEY In February and March we asked people living in Whitehill & Bordon how they felt about their physical and mental health. Thank you to everyone who responded to the survey - your feedback is really valuable and will help us to shape our programme over the next year.



HOGMOOR INCLOSURE PARKRUN More than 200 runners, walkers and joggers took part in the first ever Hogmoor Inclosure parkrun in Whitehill & Bordon in March. The 5km run is completely free and is organised by the community, for the community. It is open to everyone, no matter your ability. You can choose whether you want to walk, jog or run – you can even bring your dog or push a buggy! All you have to do is register online and turn up. Hogmoor Inclosure parkrun takes place every Saturday from 9am. For more information and to sign up, visit:

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SOCIAL ISOLATION AND LONELINESS We are working to understand the impact of social isolation and loneliness on local people. The results of this work will be used to develop projects to improve the quality of life for people who feel socially isolated.

WORKING WITH LOCAL SCHOOLS The town’s schools are working hard to encourage their pupils to live active and healthy lifestyles and we are helping them with this. In the summer term local schools and pre-schools are running training on scooters and balance bikes to encourage children and their families to leave the car at home when they travel to school and around town.


CAFÉ 1759 FOOD ACADEMY Radian is starting a Food Academy at Café 1759 in Quebec Park which will teach primary school children how to cook inexpensive, healthy meals for their families.


Local Plan review What can residents do? What is the Local Plan?

So why do we need a new one?

The Local Plan sets out priorities and policies for development in relation to housing, business, infrastructure, health, community facilities and the environment. It sets out what the opportunities are for development in the area, and says what will and will not be permitted and where.

Local plans have always had a set lifespan before they are reviewed but a national requirement to review plans every five years came into force in 2018.

The Local Plan is the council’s key planning document and is referred to when making all planning decisions.

Haven’t we already got one? Yes, EHDC is currently using a Joint Local Plan with the South Downs National Park that was adopted in 2014. The new plan will only cover parts of the district outside the national park. The South Downs National Park Authority has produced a plan for its own area.

What if the council doesn’t have an up-to-date plan? Without an up-to-date Local Plan, councils can find it more difficult to control development in their area. For example, Government policies may have to be used instead.

Public discussions are being planned throughout 2018 on key parts of the Local Plan including infrastructure, housing, the environment and employment. A draft plan should be ready for consultation by early 2019. To be kept informed about future consultations please contact the planning policy team.

What will it mean for neighbourhood plans? Revising the Local Plan will mean that existing and developing neighbourhood plans may have to change to keep pace with the new plan and this could mean more work and more engagement with those local communities.

Want more information? 01730 234102



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Have you got a community scheme that could do with a cash boost to get it off the ground? Every EHDC councillor has £4,500 they can use to support local projects in their area. Grants can be awarded up to a maximum of £1,000. To find out more about Councillor Community Grants go to

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Future looks secure for Froxfield Stores

The future looks secure for Froxfield Stores in more ways than one.

Grant shelters medieval murals

Not only was EHDC instrumental in bringing a new Post Office back to the shop it also helped it install new security measures.

Priceless wall paintings in a medieval church were protected from ruin with help from a £1,000 grant from an EHDC councillor.

While the new Post Office will help secure the shop’s financial future Cllr Nick Drew’s £500 from his Councillor Community Grants budget will help keep customers safer.

The paintings on the north wall of St Hubert’s Church, in Idsworth, were being damaged by the rain due to faulty guttering.

Holybourne celebrates new goals

Cllr Malcolm Johnson’s grant went towards repairs to the guttering and helped protect the 14th Century murals, which feature the life of John the Baptist. The work marks the start of an ambitious set of repair and restoration projects which need to be carried out if the 11th Century building is to be preserved.

Holybourne’s young footballers will be emulating their World Cup heroes this summer after the village netted a couple of goals for its kickabout space.

A Friends’ Trust, formed in 2016, has arranged a varied programme of events for 2018 including concerts, poetry reading, an art exhibition and afternoon teas.

The two new goals have been installed on Holybourne’s playing field and are open for anyone to use. They have been paid for by a £1,000 grant from EHDC Cllr Glynis Watts to Alton Town Council.

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Record-breaking year for East Hampshire Sports Awards The very best of East Hampshire’s sporting talent was recognised at this year’s recordbreaking sports awards ceremony. Hundreds of local sports stars, coaches, volunteers and supporters packed out the Old Thorns Manor Hotel, in Liphook, at EHDC’s prestigious annual ceremony on Thursday 15 February. The evening, which celebrated athletes who are at the top of their game, was the most successful in the event’s seven-year history with more nominations this year than ever before. Star quality was provided by Olympic Silver medallist Roger Black, one of the south’s most recognised sporting celebrities, and special guest marathon man Ben Smith.  Ben ran 401 marathons in 401 days and he spoke inspirationally about the challenges and set-backs he overcame while completing his 10,506 miles, the equivalent of running from London to Sydney.

The audience was alternately enthralled and amused by Ben and Roger’s anecdotes, and both were inundated with requests for selfies as part of the council’s social media selfie competition. But the centre of attention was those nominated for the evening’s 17 awards. Fierce competitors, motivated coaches and loyal volunteers were all given their moment in the spotlight. The record-breaking number of entries meant that nominees were drawn from all corners of the district, from all age groups and from a diverse array of sports. Football, rugby, trampolining, golf, sailing, swimming, squash, tennis, walking netball and even a pub pool team, which won a national trophy, were represented. Alton and Petersfield led the field of winners with five each, while Four Marks, Whitehill & Bordon, Ropley, Horndean, Liphook and Bentworth also produced winners.



For a full list of winners go to: sportsawards2018 Keep an eye out on our website and social media for information on next year’s event and details on how you can nominate a sporting star who has excelled this year.








Get East Hants working East Hampshire District Council prides itself on being one of the most business-friendly councils in the country. The council works with other authorities and businesses to create a sustainable local economy with vibrant businesses and high quality jobs for local people. We do that by providing three key things: infrastructure, skills and business support.



Business space provided

Apprentices supported

By making space available for new businesses to move into the district EHDC can create jobs and boost the economy.

One of the ways the council improves skills among local workers is by supporting apprentices.

Thanks to a partnership with the Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) a new employment park is being completed on the former Ordnance Supply Unit in Liphook. The M3 LEP put £1.6m towards East Hampshire’s pilot projects while EHDC invested £2.5m. Work involves the construction of two office blocks, one two storey and the other three storey, as well as a three unit industrial building. New businesses are set to move on to the site this summer.

Employers can receive funding from EHDC to subsidise wages and contribute towards transport and training for apprentices they take on. More than £2m has been invested in the scheme, helping 55 apprentices.

Business support Website launched Business East Hants has recently launched a new website that provides the perfect platform for the district’s businesses to communicate with each other and receive business-related information from local and regional sources. East Hampshire businesses can claim a place in the business directory and receive regular e-newsletters on the latest hot topics.  You can also send in your own business news to share with others. Get in touch with us on 01730 234168.

Businesses of all sizes are eligible for the scheme. In particular, we encourage applications from small and medium sized businesses. The scheme is called the Get East Hants Working initiative and it is aimed at boosting local employment, job creation and business growth through apprenticeships.

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Electric network Electric car drivers can get the boost they need at the latest rapid car charging points installed in East Hampshire. East Hampshire District Council promotes sustainable transport, including the switch to electric vehicles, and increasing the number of electric car chargers is a big part of that. The new points can charge all vehicle types in as little as 20 minutes. They have been installed as part of the GeniePoint Network, which is the fastest expanding rapid charging network across the UK.

As the network grows electric vehicle drivers will find chargers in convenient locations throughout the district and this will help more people to switch to electric. High speed chargers have been installed at: • Liphook Service Station, on A3 • Petersfield’s Central Car Park • EHDC’s offices at Penns Place

Find out how you can get involved, visit

Make a difference that keeps you cosy, helps the environment and saves money. A council-led scheme Residents of Whitehill & Bordon (including Lindford) can get an interest-free loan to improve the energy efficiency of their homes. Additional support is available if you are on benefits. Find out more at

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What can I get? £7,000 interest-free loan* towards: Boiler replacement First time central heating system Insulation including solid wall, cavity, loft etc Double / triple glazing Photovoltaic panels *Terms and conditions apply

Who is this for? The interest-free loan is open to the residents of Whitehill & Bordon and Lindford Private landlords who have properties in Whitehill & Bordon can access the interest-free loan The offer is available on a first-come first-served basis

Did you know. . . Replacing an old boiler can save you up to £320 a year in heating bills Replacing windows and doors can save you up to £110 in utilities bills Solid wall insulation can save you up to £260 a year in heating bills Cavity wall insulation can save you up to £160 a year in heating bills

Savings figures taken from Energy Saving Trust



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Please put only the following things, into your BLACK recycling bins! COLA pops

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Yes please Magazines Newspapers Junk mail Envelopes and window envelopes Catalogues and directories Paper bags

Tins and Cans

Yes please Food tins Pet food tins Drinks cans Sweet and biscuit tins COLA pops COLA pops

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Yes please Food and drink bottles without lids (e.g. milk, cooking oil, squash, fizzy) Detergent bottles (e.g. cleaning products, bleach, softener) Toiletries (e.g. shampoo, shower gel, liquid soap)

Yes please Deodorant Hairspray Mousse Food (e.g. squirty cream, oil) Cleaning products

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Yes please Cereal packets Food boxes Greetings cards Kitchen and toilet roll tubes Corrugated card No thanks Any polystyrene, plastic or foam Winchester packaging left inside cardboard boxes Pizza boxes (due to grease and food debris)


If it can’t go in your recycling, please put it in your GREEN refuse bin! Yes PLeASe


Plastic packaging (e.g. food pots, tubs and trays)

Things that can be recycled Heavy building waste (e.g. bricks, rubble, hard-core and soil) Garden waste Infectious medical waste Clinical waste (e.g. syringes) Hot ashes Hazardous waste (e.g. paint, chemicals, gas bottles, industrial oils) Commercial waste Wood

Plastic bags, film and wrapping Food waste Disposable nappies Non-infectious medical and sanitary waste Pet waste Polystyrene Bottle tops Shredded paper Tetra paks/cartons


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Extra bins Collection teams will only collect one green bin from each household unless an extra bin has been authorised. All waste should fit inside the green bin with the lid closed to prevent any spillages. We will not collect extra waste left next to, or on top of the bin. A family of six or more people permanently residing in the property, or people with specific medical needs, may be eligible for an additional bin.

We will not collect extra waste left next to, or on top of your bin

Additional bins will need to be purchased by residents or landlords.



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Working for your welfare Welfare is not only about being free from disease or illness – it is also about living healthy lives mentally, physically and even socially. East Hampshire District Council is helping people live a full and active life by focusing on two priorities – healthy eating and reducing social isolation. By tackling these two issues across the district we can improve many people’s lives.

What we’re doing Services for older people

Healthy eating project

Isolation of elderly people

Authorities and organisations that provide services for older people will discuss how to help East Hampshire’s older residents.

We have been working with schools around Whitehill & Bordon to encourage children to live healthier lifestyles and eat healthier food. We are encouraging schools to champion healthy snacks and introduce lunch box guidance through their school council. We will also work with partners to offer healthy cookery programmes in the local community.

We are helping older people live independently, as active and supported members of the community. We recognise that many people live alone, cut off from their community, and this can have a big impact on their health.

Councils and voluntary organisations will find out what works well in East Hampshire, what works well elsewhere and the best ways to support older people.

Leading on welfare EHDC’s Leader Cllr Richard Millard has made welfare one of the council’s top priorities. He said: “As a district council we are in a unique position to help the most vulnerable people in our community.



“By focusing on healthy eating and social isolation we can provide vital support for the people who need it most.”

Loneliness service

gets a little help from its friends Studies show that loneliness can have as serious an impact on your health as smoking or obesity – so being socially active is as important to your health as being physically active. But many, particularly older people, find themselves isolated and cut off from their community. Age Concern Cowplain Befriending Service is there to help people in the Horndean area that need support and companionship. The service teams people up with their own ‘befriender’ who visits weekly for six to eight weeks and attends local groups or societies with them to build confidence and help them back into the community.

Being socially isolated and stuck at home can have a serious impact on wellbeing. Isolated people are more likely to visit their doctor or other local health care services because they want someone to talk to. This becomes an extra burden on the NHS. The Befriending Service is wholly reliant on grants and costs about £12,000 a year to run. More money is always needed to keep the scheme going as are more volunteer befrienders. EHDC Chairman, Cllr Lynn Evans, who helped set up the service says it needs support from local people if it is to keep going.

“It is a wonderful service that has helped so many people over the years, but it is reliant on grant funding and volunteers and desperately needs more help.” To find out more about the Befriending Service and how you can benefit from it or support it contact Age Concern Cowplain manager Liz Wood:

01730 236900

Caring for carers Cllr Adam Carew, EHDC Welfare and Wellbeing Champion, said: “As well as focusing on isolation and healthy eating, we are also looking at the problems faced by older carers. “Looking after my 92-year-old mother I know how difficult it can be as a carer dealing with everything from health matters and hospital visits to legal and financial issues. Carers in their seventies facing these issues need our support.”


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Summer fun at the

Among the great acts confirmed are the dogs from Downton Abbey, the Reedlands Retrievers, and the Aziza Egyptian Dance Group.

The day will finish with a barn dance, from 7pm to 11pm. Tickets are £8 in advance or £10 on the door. Information on the event, stalls and how to book tickets for the barn dance can be found on the website Follow the event on Facebook for the latest updates - threeparishessummerfayre

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Community facilities in Alton


This year’s free event will be held at Five Heads Road, Horndean, on Saturday 21 July, and promises to be even bigger and better, with plenty to do for the whole family.

The day, organised for everyone around the Horndean, Rowlands Castle and Clanfield area, will feature a dog show, photography competition, children’s entertainment and a host of fantastic stalls selling local produce.


The Three Parishes Summer Fayre returns this summer with a brand new venue and loads of great entertainment and attractions.

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A to Z of council services




Refuse and recycling collections ............................................0300 300 0013 Road sweeping.............0300 300 0013 Roadkill removal..........0300 300 0013

Abandoned vehicles................ 234061 Accidents in the workplace... 234360 Active lifestyles............................234015 Arts development......................234391

Health and safety at work...... 234360




All numbers 01730 unless otherwise stated

Benefits...........................................234175 Building control.......................... 234208 Business advice............................234165

C Car parks....................... 0300 555 0705 Cemeteries and burials............ 234285 Community planning................234015 Community Forums................. 234073 Community safety......................234167 Contaminated land....................234332 Countryside and biodiversity.... 234386 Council tax....................................234400

D Disabled toilet access............... 234307 Dogs and animals...................... 234360 Domestic violence.....................234344 Drains (private) blocked.......... 234390

E Elections........................................ 234350


Historic buildings........................234216 Home energy conservation... 234352 Home improvement loan........234313 Housing..........................................234415 Housing (affordable)................. 234346 Housing (empty homes)..........234313 Housing (grants)..........................234313 Housing (private sector)...........234313 Housing (Radian).......... 0300 123 1567

L Land and property (EHDC owned)............................234043 Land charges............................... 234262

Alton Sports Centre ........................................03330 050457 Mill Chase Leisure Centre ........................................03330 050458 Taro Leisure Centre ........................................03330 050473 Bohunt Centre, Community School...........................01428 724324 Horndean Technology College .......................................023 9259 4325 Sports development.................234015 Street name plates.................... 234390 Street names and numbers...... 234057

Licensing (alcohol and


entertainment)........................... 234389

Taxi licences.................................234095 Toilets...............................0300 300 0013 Tourist Information (Petersfield) .......................................................... 268829 Transport........................................234013 Travel concessions (HCC) ............................................ 0300 555 1376 Trees (not woodlands)..............234214

Litter and dog waste bins ............................................0300 300 0013 Litter hotspots (environmental enforcement)................................234131

M Markets (Petersfield).....08438 869 550

P Partners magazine.................... 234030 Pest control.................................. 234360

Flooding........................................ 234295 Food and food premises complaints.................................... 234360 Fly-tipping......................0300 300 0013

Planning development............ 234246


(noise, water, air, land).............. 234360

Graffiti..............................0300 300 0013 Grants for community projects ...........................................................234391 Grass cutting and grounds maintenance..................0300 300 0013

Scrap metal and motor salvage ..........................................................234095 Sports and leisure centres

Planning policy............................234102 Play equipment............0300 300 0013 Pollution Population statistics..................234102 Can’t find what you’re looking for? Go to or call 01730 266551



V Vacancies...................................... 234047 Valuation and listing officer (HM Revenue and Customs) ............................................03000 501 501 Voluntary/community services (Community First HEH) ........................................... 0300 500 8085

W Waste reduction initiatives.........................0300 300 0013

Y Young people (recreation and entertainment)............................234107 Youth Council...............................234186

Your district councillors Below is a list of all East Hampshire district councillors by the ward areas they represent.


Petersfield Causeway


Petersfield Heath

Andrew Joy • Con 01420 85251 •

Anthony Williams • Con 01428 712809 •

Petersfield Rother

Alton Eastbrooke

Holybourne and Froyle

Alton Amery

Robert Saunders • Con 01420 82669 •

Alton Ashdell

Dean Phillips • Con 07981 395857 •

Alton Westbrooke

Edward Brandt • Con 01962 772393 •

Alton Whitedown

Graham Hill • Con 01420 86221 •

Alton Wooteys

David Orme • Con 07958 531147 •

Binsted and Bentley

Ken Carter • Con 01420 22576 •

Bramshott and Liphook

Angela Glass • Con 01428 722375 • Bill Mouland • Con 01428 727260 • Rebecca Standish • Con 07785 114954 •

Clanfield and Finchdean

Ken Moon • Con 023 9259 9602 • Nigel Wren • Con 07831 855439 •


Ferris Cowper • Con 01428 609858 • Richard Millard • Con 01420 489888 •

Glynis Watts • Con 01420 257240 •

Horndean, Catherington and Lovedean

Sara Schillemore • Con 023 9278 7464 •

Elaine Tickell • Con 023 9259 7909 •

Horndean Kings

David Evans • Con 023 9259 1411 •

Horndean Murray

Lynn Evans • Con 023 9259 1411 •


Yvonne Parker Smith • Con 01420 489974


Mike Kendall • Con 01730 895659 •

Jamie Matthews • Independent 01730 233324 •

Four Marks and Medstead

Nick Drew • Con 07920 086475 •

Nicky Noble • Con 01730 300856 •

Petersfield St Peter’s

James Abdey • Con 07446 847007 •

Rowlands Castle

East Meon

Froxfield and Steep

Petersfield St Mary’s

Horndean, Hazleton and Blendworth

Guy Shepherd • Con 07973 739988 •

Petersfield Bell Hill

Ingrid Thomas • Con 01420 561552 •

Bob Ayer • Con 01730 266571 •

Ropley and Tisted

Laetitia Pienaar • Con 07874 750045 •

Deborah Brooks Jackson • Con 07484 167743

Julie Butler • Con 01730 300751 •

Horndean Downs

Tony Costigan • Con 07770 666896 • Robert Mocatta • Con 07768 613996 •

Ben Bentley • Con 07883 040977 •

Charles Louisson • Con 07563 649416 • Malcolm Johnson • Con 023 9241 2096 •


David Ashcroft • Con 01420 511011 •

The Hangers and Forest

Keith Budden • Con 01730 892480 •

Whitehill Chase

Sally Pond • Con 01420 475245 •

Whitehill Deadwater

Tony Muldoon • Con 01420 472064 •

Whitehill Hogmoor

Mervyn Smith • Con 01420 511206 •

Whitehill Pinewood

Alan Waterhouse • Con 01420 477796 •

Whitehill Walldown

Adam Carew • Con 07717 364151 •

Your Community Forum There are four Community Forums that discuss issues affecting different areas of the district. They are: Alton and surrounding villages; Clanfield, Horndean and Rowlands Castle; Petersfield, Liss and surrounding villages; and Whitehill & Bordon, Liphook, Headley, Grayshott, Lindford and Greatham. For more details go to





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Partners 92 - Summer 2018  

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Partners 92 - Summer 2018  

Magazine for East Hampshire residents produced by East Hampshire District Council