Housing

◻️ 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   →

◻️ 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   →

◻️ 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   →

◻️ 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   →

◻️ 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   →

◻️ Landlord registration and licensing

[June 2020] The impact of the virus has increased the financial pressures on many people, especially those on lower incomes and young families.  To   →

◻️ Promoting a greener Havant

[June 2020] Residents have expressed concern at the increase in notified sewage-laden discharges from Budds Farm Waste Water Treatment Works into Langstone Harbour during   →

◻️ Opposition to increases in new homes target

[September 2020] The proposed new planning reforms are causing significant disquiet amongst residents.  One specific issue is a change to the Borough housing target   →

📄 Re review of Havant Local Plan

From  Phil Munday (Chair of St Faiths & Emsworth Labour Party) To  Charlotte Glancy (Programme Officer for the Local Plan examination) 10 June 2021   →

📄 New railway halt for West Leigh?

From  Graham Noble (Labour Party member, St Faiths ward) To  David Hayward (Planning Policy Manager, Havant Borough Council) 5 June 2021 Dear Mr Hayward,   →