The next meeting of Baughurst Parish Council will be held on Thursday 16 March 2017, 7.30 pm, Heath End Hall, Baughurst.
Following discussions between Hampshire County Council and West Berkshire Council we are now able to update you on the outcome.
Transitional resident permits will now be issued to all residents who live further than 10 miles away from a Hampshire Household Waste and Recycling Centre (HWRC). Those residents in North Hampshire who live within 10 miles of either Basingstoke or Andover HWRCs do not qualify, and will therefore not be sent a permit.
The permit will only allow for access to Newtown Road HWRC (and not the Padworth facility); Hampshire residents will not be allowed to use restricted vehicles and asbestos disposal is not permitted at Newtown Road. The nearest licenced facilities for asbestos are either Andover or Basingstoke HWRCs.
If you qualify for a permit, it will be sent to your home address from 20 December 2016 and will be available to use immediately.
Please see West Berkshire Council’s website for information on opening times, materials accepted and restrictions.http://info.westberks.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=42296&p=0
Rural high speed broadband
Following on from my Broadband Summit in 2015, I will be holding a further summit to update constituents and interested parties on progress with high speed broadband roll-out. Since the summit 18 months ago the Government’s broadband policy is taking clearer, and more promising, shape but there is still more to be done. The summit will take place on Friday, 3 February from 10.00am – 12.00pm at the Fieldgate Centre, Kingsclere.
I am inviting representatives from Hampshire County Council, BT and Broadband Delivery UK, the Government agency responsible for the broadband roll-out, to join us and speak. Following the speakers, there will be a question and answer session. The event will help residents understand the plans of the various bodies and what alternatives are available for more rural areas.
If you would like to attend, please email Ethan Brooks at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7219 3940 to register interest.
If there are other people within the constituency who you think would welcome an update please pass along this invitation.
I look forward to seeing you.
Kit Malthouse MP
Violet Lane, change of use from paddock to 4 gypsy pitches and associated works,(16/01539/FUL
At last night's Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council Development Committee, the application at Violet Lane for a change of use from paddock to 4 gypsy pitches and associated works, recommended for approval by officers, was rejected by the committee.
Road closures November 16
THE BASINGSTOKE AND DEANE BOROUGH COUNCIL (TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE AND 10MPH SPEED RESTRICTION) (VARIOUS ROADS, NO.10) ORDER 2016 Notice is hereby given that Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council pursuant to arrangements made under Section 101 of the Local Government Act 1972 with Hampshire County Council in exercise of the powers of the said County Council and in exercise of the powers under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (“the Act”), and of all other enabling powers, proposes to make the following Order:- Reason for Order: The Council are satisfied that traffic on the road should be restricted or prohibited because works are being or are proposed to be executed on or near the road. Effect of Order: All traffic will be prohibited from travelling along those roads listed below, as directed by traffic signs. The closures are to allow for surface dressing Roads numbered 1 – 3 will be subject to a rolling road closure and will therefore be restricted to a 10mph speed restriction when that part of road is open.
1 B3400 London Road, Deane, between junction Burley Lane and Rectory Road.
2 A339 Kingsclere Bypass, Kingsclere,between junction with Basingstoke Road and Union Lane Roundabout.
3 A339 Hackwood Road/Alton Road (incl hatched sections), Basingstoke, between A30 Ringway South roundabout and junction with Hackwood Lane.
4 Byes Lane, Silchester, between Little London Road (Silchester Road) and Byes Lane.
5 Byes Lane, Silchester, between junction with Little London Road (Silchester Road) and Byes Lane.
6 Bramley Road/Holly Lane, Silchester, between junction with Kings Road and junction with Ash Lane.
7 Union Lane, Kingsclere, between A339 Newbury Road and Ashford Hill Road.
8 Galley Lane, Ashford Hill, between Union Lane and A339 Newbury Road.
9 Common Road, Ashford Hill, between Galley Lane and Ashford Hill Road.
10 Woodhouse Lane, Ashford Hill, between Ashford Hill Road and the border with Berkshire.
11 Hockford Lane, Ashford Hill, between the border with Berkshire and B3051 Little Knowl Hill.
12 Inhurst Lane, Baughurst, between the border with Berkshire and Little Aldershot Lane and Wolverton Road.
13 Violet Lane, Baughurst, between Wolverton Road and Baughurst Road.
14 Church Road (incl. Church Lane), Baughurst, between New Road and Baughurst Road.
15 Ramptons Lane,Baughurst, between Chapel Road and Baughurst Road (Padworth Common Lane).
16 Pyotts Hill, Old Basing, junction with Pyotts Hill Spur (Binfields Lane) and junction with Newnham Lane.
17 The Street, Old Basing, junction with Newnham Lane and junction with Church Lane.
18 Novello Close, Basingstoke, junction with Gershwin Road to end of cul-de-sac.
19 Stanford Road, Basingstoke, between Gershwin Road and Beecham Berry.
20 Stanford Road, Basingstoke, between Brighton Way and Beecham Berry.
21 Brighton Way, Basingstoke, between roundabout A30 Winchester Road (Brighton Hill) and roundabout Cliddesden Lane.
22 Woodbury Road, Basingstoke, between roundabout Cliddesden Lane and roundabout A30 Winchester Road (Kempshott).
23 Woods Lane, Cliddesden, between roundabout Hatch Warren Lane and B3046 Farleigh Road. 24 Ravel Close, Basingstoke, Sullivan Road to end.
Duration of Order: The order will come into effect on 15 November 2016 for 1 Year. (Notwithstanding the above it is expected the closure will be 2 days only for each road. (Advance warning signs will be displayed when works are about to be undertaken) Alternative Route: 1 B3400 London Road, B3051 Kingsclere Road, A339 Kingsclere Road, Roman Road & B3400 London Road 2 A339 Kingsclere Road, A339 Ringway North, A340 Aldermaston Road, A340 Basingstoke Road, A4 Bath Road, A339 Newton Road 3 A339 Whitedown Lane, A339 Selbourne Road, A31 Alton Bypass, A31 Winchester Road, A31 Petersfield Road, A33 Winchester Bypass, A33 Basingstoke Road, A30 Basingstoke Road, A30 Winchester Road, A30 Ringway South. 4 Little London Road (Silchester Road), Frog Lane, Ash Lane, Bramley Road (Holly Lane) 5 Little London Road (Silchester Road), Byes Lane 6 Little London Road (Silchester Road), Frog Lane, Ash Lane 7 Ashford Hill Road and A339 Newbury Road 8 Union Lane, A339 Newbury Road VB / 042455 / 00143523 / Version : Page 2 9 Galley Lane, A339 Newbury Road, Ashford Hill Road 10 Ashford Hill Road, B3051 Little Knowl Hill, Hockford Lane 11 Ashford Hill Road, B3051 Little Knowl Hill, Woodhouse Lane 12 Inhurst Lane, Brimpton Road, Wolverton Road 13 Baughurst Road and Wolverton Road 14 New Road, Shaw Lane, Baughurst Road, Browninghill 15 Padworth Common Lane, Reading Road and Welshmans Road 16 The Street, Basing Road, Swing Swang Lane, Great Binfields Road, Bartons Lane 17 Pyotts Hill, Bartons Lane, Great Binfields Road, Swing Swang Lane, Basing Road 18 No Diversion required as works taking place in Cul De Sac 19 Gershwin Road and Brighton Way 20 Gershwin Road and Brighton Way 21 Hatchwarren Lane, The Harrow Way, A30 Winchester Road Roundabout (Brighton Hill) 22 Beggarwood Lane, A30 Winchester Road 23 Cliddesden Lane, Beggarwood Lane, B3046 Farleigh Road 24 No Diversion required as works taking place in Cul de Sac. The exemptions under S 87 of the Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984 and the Road Traffic Exemptions (Special Forces) (Variation and Amendment) Regulations 2011 will apply to the Order. If you have any queries regarding the above please contact Mick Sawford on 0300 555 1388 or email email@example.com on behalf of Hampshire County Council. On behalf of Head of Law and Governance and Monitoring Offi
Loss of use of West Berkshire waste recycling facilities for north Hampshire residents - recent quote from MP Kit Malthouse
"I share residents’ frustration and raised this issue back at the beginning of August in the hope that swift action could be taken:
Since then, Councillor Tom Thacker has been working hard at his end with the County Council and I have raised the issue at my regular monthly meeting with the leader of Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council where the leader, Cllr Clive Sanders has been personally involved. Both Richard Benyon MP for Newbury and I have been actively engaged and the matter has been raised with ministers as just the first example of what could become a national problem. A couple of weeks ago I also spoke to the chief executive of West Berks Council and I know local councillors John Izett and Graham Falconer have also been exerting pressure.
There now seems to be a deal agreed whereby permits to use the site will be issued to BDBC residents in return for a payment from the County Council. There will unfortunately be a delay in issuing the permits and I am told by the Chief Executive of West Berks that Hampshire residents can expect to receive theirs at or around Christmas. This will obviously be temporarily inconvenient, but at least a resolution is on the horizon.
Cllr Tom Thacker has helpfully asked that updates are posted on parish notice boards as a means of keeping the residents informed and I know we are all grateful for his strenuous efforts to get this matter resolved".
Planning application 16/00035/OUT - land at Bishopswood Lane - 145 residential houses etc - application withdrawn.
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The World War 1 Tribute day, on Sunday 3 August 2014, was a great success. Thank you to those who attended, and those who brought contributions with them. Thanks are also due to Heath End hall, for the free hire of the hall, and Heath End WI, and the Trefoil Guild, for providing teas and cakes. Entertainment was provided by the ever popular Tadley Concert Brass Band, who performed a variety of songs from the era.
We are seeking descendants of those who are named on the War Memorial, who are:
Albert G Appleton; Frederick G Appleton; Walter J Cripps; John B Greenup; Merrick H McConnell; William J Monger; Leonard J Rampton; Ernest Sandford; Tom Taylor; George Warren; Frederick J Webb
Francis B Abbott; William S Bennett; George E Jacob; Robert Jacob; Alexander G Kelly; Sidney M Kelly; Frank Kernutt; William Kernutt; Harry Lawes; William Richardson; Charles Powell; Frederick Smith
If you are related to any of them, please contact the Clerk on 0118 981 2944. We are also seeking descendants of any Baughurst residents who served in the Great War.
What is a Parish Council?
The Council is the lowest tier of local government but is at the grassroots of the community. The Council normally consists of 11 voluntary Councillors (currently there are two vacancies) who are elected for a four year term of office to serve and administer for the needs of the residents of Baughurst Parish. In the event of a mid-term vacancy occurring, a new member is elected or co-opted until the next full election. The Parish Councillors determine and set policy to cater for the social, cultural, welfare and environmental needs of our residents and employ a part time Clerk to the Council to implement policy decisions.
All Councillors adhere to the Parish Council Code of Conduct and complete a Register of Interests. The Councillors have formed into sub-councils to concentrate on in-depth concerns in the local community. The committees are listed here:
Playing Fields and Open Spaces
Interested in becoming a Parish Councillor?
Why not attend as a member of the public for a few meetings, and if this encourages you to get involved, perhaps speak with an existing Councillor or the Parish Council Clerk who can provide more information about Parish Council elections and mid-term vacancies?
When does the Parish Council meet?
The Parish Council generally meets on the 4th Thursday in each month. The meetings are held either in the Heath End Village Hall or Wolverton Village Hall, with the exception of August and December. Primarily most meetings are held in Heath End hall, except the May, June and July meetings, where the meetings are generally held at Wolverton Village Hall. The meetings are open to the public and all are welcome to listen to the proceedings, Visiting public are not entitled to participate in the business of the meeting without the invitation of the Chairman. Two short Public Question slots are always scheduled in the agenda.