Thursday 9 April 2020
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Denmead Parish Council

Parish Council Office Closed

Following the Government guidelines, Denmead Parish Council has now taken the view to close the main office at the Old School to members of the public, until further notice.

However, the Parish Council will continue to operate, via staff working from home, using email and phones.

If anyone should need to get in contact with us, please email either the Clerk or Deputy Clerk: or

We will continue to provide support as required.

Stay safe.

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Following the Prime Minister's announcement on the latest measures to be introduced to limit the spread of COVID-19 on 23rd March 2020, we are working with the government and other agencies to consider how these new rules can be most effectively enforced.  Please follow the advice in the below link so we can keep our lines free for emergencies.  

Thank you.


Action Fraud have received reports of #COVID19 related scams. The majority relate to the online sale of protective items such as facemasks and other items in short supply due to the outbreak, that don't exist.


The Police have advised you remain vigilant when accessing emails. 


Support - Denmead Viral Kindness

If you are at home self-isolating and require support with transport, collection of prescriptions, shopping, dog walking or food delivery, please CLICK HERE for more details about a local support group in Denmead called Viral Kindness. 

CITIZENS ADVICE - Winchester District

For the latest advice and guidance from Citizens Advice, please CLICK HERE


Denmead Parish Council Meetings

Following the Government guidelines in relation to Covid 19, Denmead Parish Council are currently holding Committee meetings and Full Council meetings, remotely via video conferencing.



To find out how Hampshire County Council is currently supporting local residents and adapting its services to the community, in respect of the Coronavirus Pandemic, please CLICK HERE

The next Full Council Meeting is due to be held on Wednesday 8th April 2020. Please CLICK HERE to see Agenda.

To access the latest Government information and advice for employees, please CLICK HERE.

Staff at Denmead Parish Council appreciate your patience whilst we try to support you during this time.

Proposed Development in Denmead ~ AQUIND Interconnector

The next development proposal to affect much of our local area is an infrastructure project led by AQUIND.

LATEST UPDATE - AQUIND has now submitted its Development Consent application, which shall be considered by the Planning Inspectorate before a recommendation is made to the Secretary of State on whether to grant the application. Confirmation has been received from AQUIND to inform that the 'Highways Route' option for laying the cables via Mill Road and Martin Avenue, has now been discounted. 

Representatives from AQUIND attended Denmead Parish Council's Planning Committee meeting on Wednesday 11th December 2019 at 7.30pm in the Old School. To read Minutes from the meeting, CLICK HERE.

Councillors and  residents were given the opportunity to ask any questions and to express their concerns. 

To view AQUIND's  responses to Denmead Parish Councillors' list of questions from the meeting on 11th December 2019, CLICK HERE.

To view the latest information with timelines, provided by Winchester City Council, in respect of the submitted proposal, CLICK HERE

 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.  AQUIND predicts that the decision shall be finalised by Spring 2021 and it is estimated that the Interconnector could become operational by 2022. 

Information and guidance to the formal application and overall DCO process, which includes over 500 documents, can now be accessed by clicking on the following link:




Carpenters Field Development


Highways Act Section 278 Agreement
Hambledon Rd / Anmore Rd, Denmead(residential development)
Please note that on Monday 24th February work will start in Anmore Rd (near Hambledon Rd) to construct an access road into the new residential development. The duration of the work is 5 weeks but it may finish earlier.
A section of Anmore Rd road will be closed, but access to all properties will remain open. Instead of using Anmore Rd to access Hambledon Rd, traffic will be diverted along Martin Avenue before joining Hambledon Rd. A pedestrian route will always be provided through the works. Closing the road allows the work to be completed more quickly, minimising the overall disruption for residents.
The works have been designed by ‘ELLUC engineers’, consultants to the Developer, Persimmon Homes and are being constructed by Earthtec Contractors.

It is predicted that the first occupation is anticipated in December with the whole build estimated to be finishing by 2021.

Denmead Parish Council will be informed by the Developer of any possible temporary road disruption. We will endeavour to keep our residents informed accordingly. 


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