An update on this location where previously granted planning applications have yet to result in any construction. HBC have now received a request to vary Condition 2 of Planning Permission APP/17/01187 as follows: "Following the demolition of the facades (No's 5 and 7 East Street) facing onto East Street, a stretch of of hoarding shall … Continue reading 5 – 7 East Street, Havant.
Following the disastrous fire last December, a planning application has recently been submitted for their rebuilding. The site is more formally known as 59 & 61 Langstone Road. The term "Railway Cottages" is something of a misnomer, as the cottages were late 18th century and thus predated the Hayling Billy line by 70+ years. It … Continue reading The “Railway Cottages”, Langstone Road.
A recent planning application for this site, proposes converting the ground floor into a one bedroom flat and a two bedroom flat. We have objected to this, as we consider that this should remain a commercial unit in some form or other. North Street at ground floor level is still, predominantly, a mix of retail, … Continue reading Six Bells public house, North Street.
This was announced by Historic England yesterday. "Warblington Secondary School, Southleigh Road, Havant, Hampshire - Awarded Listed Building Status List Entry Number: 1459138 Following your application to add the above building to the List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest, we have now considered all the representations made and completed our assessment … Continue reading Warblington School is now a Listed Building.
This is an event that is being run by the South Coast Alliance for Transport and the Environment in Brighton on June 15th - see this link for details.
An application has been submitted this week, by Persimmon Homes, for part of this area, which is proposed for housing in the Draft Local Plan 2036. Yet another application coming in ahead of the plan being adopted and approved. Details can be found by using this link: APP/18/01033|Land East of Castle Avenue.
Residents living in Bellair, Connaught, Montgomery and Oaklands Roads as well as Pine Grove have approached the Council regarding concerns about the volume of parked cars, vans and motor homes in these roads. Some vehicles are left for weeks on end taking up space where residents and visitors could park. The problem has worsened in … Continue reading Parking in Bellair and surrounding roads.
"I am writing on behalf of Havant Civic Society, to register our reservations about this application. Our main concern is the loss of the existing flat, at a time when Havant Borough Council are having to provide sites for over 9,000 homes for the period up to 2036. Whilst it may not be an ideal … Continue reading Our comments on the proposed change of use for 40 North Street.
Forum 45 – Land West of the Crematorium, Bartons Road, Havant Proposal – 81 new homes plus ancillary open space, including community orchard. The community orchard, open space and drainage details include land within East Hampshire District Council. Tuesday 14 August 2018, Council Chamber, Public Service Plaza, Display from 5.30pm, Meeting 6.00-8.00pm Case Officer: David Eaves … Continue reading Development Consultation forum – Land west of the crematorium, Bartons Road.