Archive for 2019
19 January, 2019Neighbourhood Plan
Just before Christmas we advised parishioners that East Hampshire District Council (EHDC) had published a new draft Local Plan for 2017-36. This would mean a reduction in the minimum of number of dwellings required of Bentworth to six, compared with the previous allocation of “about twelve”. We and other parishes with emerging Neighbourhood Plans are, however, encouraged to produce site allocations that go beyond the minimum requirement. The EHDC plan is still a draft and will not be finalized till 2020. ...
18 January, 2019Events
I have organised another series of talks for 2019 in aid of Broadlands Riding for the disabled in Medstead. The first, on Tuesday, 12th February is Phil Spencer who has kindly agreed to come and talk about his career as a TV presenter of various property programs including working alongside Kirsty Allsopp on “Location, location, location.” ...
16 January, 2019Uncategorized
The minutes of the meeting of Bentworth Parish Council Planning Committee held on 11th January 2019 are available to download.
15 January, 2019Meetings Minutes Parish Council
The minutes of the meeting held on 4th December 2018 are available to download.
10 January, 2019Meetings Parish Council Planning
There will be a meeting of Bentworth Parish Council Planning Committee at 7:00pm on 11th January 2019 in the Jubilee (School) Hall.
We maintain a list of planning applications that have been submitted to the Parish Council by East Hants District Council (EHDC). The list will be updated upon receipt of an application from EHDC, and after each planning committee meeting. Please note that whilst we endeavour to maintain the accuracy of this list, the status or content of applications may change without notification to the Parish Council. In every case the EHDC record is the definitive record of the proposal. ...
02 January, 2019Events
We are pleased to announce that the first film for 2019 will be, Mamma Mia! Here we go again, which will be shown next Tuesday, 8th January. The plot is set after the events of the first film, Mama Mia! and also features flashbacks to 1979, telling the story of Donna Sheridan’s arrival on the island of Kalokairi and her first meetings with her daughter Sophie’s three possible fathers. ...