◻️ Havant Council fail on their Local Plan

[November 2021] Havant Borough Council has failed to get approval for their Local Plan. This Plan seeks to identify sites suitable for development of   →

🗳 2021 local elections

[May 2021] Thank you for voting on 6th May. Here’s the result of the contest for the St Faiths ward seat on the Borough Council.   →

◻️ Council merger: threat to democracy

[April 2021] Late last year Havant Borough Councillors agreed a proposal to amalgamate the Council’s workforce with that of East Hampshire District Council.  Beryl   →

◻️ Havant fails government housing delivery test

[February 2021] All UK Local Authorities are set three-year housing targets by central government. Conservative-run Havant Borough Council are the only authority in Hampshire   →

◻️ St Faiths on-line hustings

[April 2021] On 26 April, Labour Party candidate Phil Munday took part in hustings organised by the Havant Civic Society. All four candidates who   →

◻️ 121 homes fall through, £3.4M funding lost

[March 2021] Three years ago, with much fanfare, Havant Borough Council launched their ‘Regeneration Strategy’ entitled ‘Opportunity Havant’. ‘Phase 1‘ of the strategy was   →

◻️ Doubts over planned relief road

[March 2021] At consultation workshops three years ago on the proposed housing development between Denvilles and Emsworth, concern was raised by many residents about   →

◻️ Impact of the pandemic on our children

[February 2021] We have raised before our concerns about the availability of free holiday meals for children.  We tested this out over the Christmas   →

◻️ Warblington Farm “rewilding”: confusion from the Council

[October 2020] A report was presented to Havant Borough Council Cabinet Members in June 2020, detailing proposals to ‘rewild’ the fields currently attached to   →

◻️ Warblington Station footbridge: promise broken

[July 2020] At the time of the public consultation for the development on the site of Strides Farm and the flower nursery (which is   →