Our next meetings are in the New Year on the 13th January 2020. Planning & General Purposes meeting at 6.45pm then followed by the Parish Council meeting at 7.15pm.
All residents are very welcome to attend, and we look forward to seeing you.
Wellow Neighbourhood Plan
Housing Need Survey 2019
Following the Wellow Neighbourhood Plan survey, one of the next steps is to assess the need for housing in the Parish now and in the future.
In order to do this Action Hampshire are working with the Wellow Neighbourhood Plan Group, Wellow Parish Council and Test Valley Borough Council to undertake an independent housing need survey in the Parish.
The survey seeks to obtain information about the current and future need for all different types of housing in Wellow.
The survey results will be used to produce a report and will provide evidence for the Neighbourhood Plan regarding housing policy.
We are keen to hear from all Wellow households.
We want to obtain your views on housing in the Parish and understand if further housing may be required both now and in the future by you, or other members of your family/household.
The Housing Need Survey will soon be posted to all households in the Parish.
The information that you provide will remain confidential.
The information obtained will only be used to produce a report for the Parish Council and for the purposes of the Neighbourhood Plan.
The data obtained will be anonymised and will only be shown in summary or generalised statistical form.
If you have any questions about the survey please contact Mags Wylie, Action Hampshire, 01962 857361 email@example.com
This is your chance to have your say and influence the Neighbourhood Plan, please make sure that you complete and return the survey.
We are gradually developing a wider network of community and volunteer groups that are available to support the residents of Wellow. We already publicise local events, but please keep checking our website, for details of new groups as they are brought to our attention.
Do you own land that has a watercourse or drainage ditch on or adjacent to it?
Answer: Yes –You are therefore a ‘riparian landowner’ and you are responsible for maintaining those watercourses.
Hampshire Police and Trading Standards want to remind people not to be pressured into signing up for services and goods that they don’t actually need.