Denmead Parish Council
WCC Council agreed at its Cabinet on 18 July to launch preparation of a new local plan.
Winchester City Council has to prepare a new local plan, following adoption of local plan part 2 last year and in light of changes to National Planning Guidance.
WCC Council therefore seeks you views on the scope and content of the local plan and has set up an on-line consultation at www.winchester.gov.uk/Winchester-lp-launch this asks some key questions that will help it to shape the new local plan. Paper copies of the consultation questions are available from the Parish Office. The consultation will run from Tuesday 24 July 2018 until midday Friday 21 September 2018. At this stage, there are no documents to comment on, but your ideas and suggestions are welcome as to what the local plan should includ. Responses will be reported to the WCC Council’s Cabinet (Local Plan) Committee in due course.
For more information, read the full document here
Summer Walk 15 – Denmead Community Centre – Tuesday 14 August – 7pm
Despite the threat of rain and the earlier start necessitated by the evenings drawing in, 26 eventually joined us on Tuesday evening for at times was a strenuous walk culminating in a magnificent 360 degree panorama from the top of Soberton Down. After-walk drinks at the White Lion were therefore well-earned.
The penultimate walk of the season next Tuesday goes from Denmead Community Centre at 7pm and details can be found by CLICKING HERE. Our season of summer walks concludes on the 21st August when again we start at 7pm and that evening go from The Vine in Hambledon.
As always please contact Lydia Merriman at DPC office for further details and to find out what is planned for walks throughout the winter.
Would you like to serve your community by becoming a Parish Councillor?
The Parish Council currently has one vacancy.
The vacancy will be filled by co-option and details can be found here
The next development proposal to affect our local area is likely to be an infrastructure project led by AQUIND Limited.
The concept, according to AQUIND, is that by connecting the French and UK grids both countries can balance supply and demand by reducing the risk of loss of power. It is estimated the Interconnector could become operational by 2022.
For more information, please follow the link here