Perhaps we shouldn’t have been surprised by last week’s re-submission of the 39 West Street ‘Dominos Pizza’ takeaway planning application by Geo. & R. Carrell Properties Ltd. The cynical timing of this application follows an approach often used with contentious applications, sneaking them in during the holiday period when the public are normally distracted. Once … Continue reading Dominos – 39 West Street planning application re-submitted
We’re quietly celebrating the fact that tonight’s Development Management Committee meeting listened, questioned, debated the detail and came to the only sensible conclusion regarding the application by Geo & R Carrell Properties Ltd to re-open the old HSBC bank building as a pizza takeaway. The planning consultant involved seemed clearly out of touch with the … Continue reading Result! 39 West Street – The Domino’s Pizza planning application is turned down.
Tamara Siddiqui has written an article in today’s Portsmouth News on the current planning application for 39 West Street. The plan proposing a pizza takeaway for the former HSBC bank site is also covered in detail on the home page of this site. Click on the underlined links to read the articles. As always, we would … Continue reading 39 West Street – In the News
One of today’s responses to the HSBC / Pizza takeaway planning application had me running for the search engines to find the source, and here it is. Dating from as recently as November 2017, the HBC ‘Healthy Borough Assessment’ is well worth a read. The whole of Section 3 – Planning and Health – is … Continue reading 39 West Street – Shouldn’t HBC practice what they preach?
With regard to the planning application for the former HSBC site, currently highlighted on our home page, we are delighted to announce that within hours of our comments on the application being submitted, we have received confirmation that Councillor Tim Pike, representing St Faith’s Ward, has received and understood our concerns and has already asked … Continue reading 39 West Street – Welcome support received
There has been healthy debate among the members of the Havant Civic Society committee over the Havant Borough Council planning decision process. In particular, the following paragraph has come under particular focus: “It is not always necessary for an application to be decided by the Development Management Committee. In most minor and non-controversial proposals, decisions are made … Continue reading Plans for 39 West Street
September 2018 The 2018 Havant Civic Society Annual General Meeting will take place on Thursday September 26th at 7:30pm in St Faith’s Church. We look forward to seeing you there. If you get the chance, please take the opportunity of completing our questionnaire ahead of the AGM. Even if you can’t be at the meeting, … Continue reading Sept 2018 – Home page
September 2018 The 2018 Havant Civic Society Annual General Meeting will take place on Wednesday September 26th at 7:30pm in St Faith’s Church. We look forward to seeing you there. If you get the chance, please take the opportunity of completing our questionnaire ahead of the AGM. Even if you can’t be at the meeting, … Continue reading Welcome to the Havant Civic Society
It’s coming towards the end of an eventful year for Havant Civic Society. We’re quietly proud of our achievements, not least of which have been the result of Ann’s and Anna’s efforts in the Gazebo Garden not just in the botanical sense but also with the presentation of events like the first Havant St Lucy’s … Continue reading Draft December home page
From time to time, we like to keep our eye on the local commercial properties with invisible ‘For Sale’ signs outside. Here are three which might catch your eye. Tesco Car Park, north western corner. This one almost seems to have a Pizza Hut shape to it when we remember that their previous restaurant on … Continue reading Commercial Property Update – October 2018