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No changes to rubbish and recycling collections

Residents across Havant borough will have NO CHANGE to their rubbish and recycling collection days over the Spring Bank Holiday. Householders are reminded to have their bins out ready for collection by 7am on their scheduled day for crews to...

Councillors meet with concerned residents

Local councillors from Havant Borough Council met with residents to hear their concerns ahead of tomorrow’s Development Consultation Forum (DCF) on the proposal of 50 homes to be built in Old Bedhampton. The Leader of Havant Borough Council,...

Say ‘I do’ to recycling this weekend

As excitement builds for the Royal Wedding and the FA Cup Final tomorrow, Havant Borough Council has scheduled an additional collection from all glass recycling banks this Saturday. The additional collection will ensure we can accommodate any...

Proposed development in Bedhampton to be discussed

Residents can find out more about developers’ plans to build 50 homes at a meeting on Wednesday 23 May. A Development Consultation Forum (DCF) will be held in the Council Chamber, Public Service Plaza, Havant, 6pm on Wednesday 23 May 2018. The DCF...

The Blue Flag flies high over Hayling

Hayling Island has been awarded the international Blue Flag again this year, making it the 27th consecutive year! The prestigious Blue Flag recognises clean and safe stretches of coastline that promote environmental education and offer excellent...

New council leader for Havant

Councillor Michael Wilson is the new Leader of the council for the borough of Havant.  Cllr Wilson was elected as Leader at a meeting of the Full Council on Wednesday 9 May 2018, following his re-election at the recent local elections on 3 May....

Peter ‘Wades’ in as Havant’s new Mayor

Councillor Peter Wade has taken up his role as The Worshipful, The Mayor of Havant.  At the annual event held in the Council Chamber, Cllr Elaine Shimbart handed over the Mayoral responsibilities that she has held for the last year.   Speaking after...

Local Election results

The Conservative party remains the biggest political group at Havant Borough Council after yesterday’s local government elections. The last of the results were announced shortly after 1am, Friday 4th May, the Conservatives had won 13 out of the 15...

What voters need to know for Thursday 3 May

With local elections taking place tomorrow (Thursday 3 May) Havant Borough Council is reminding voters what they need to know to have their say on polling day: Polling stations will be open from 7am – 10pm.  You should have received a card with...

No changes to rubbish and recycling collections

Residents across Havant borough will have NO CHANGE to their rubbish and recycling collection days over the May Bank Holiday.  Householders are reminded to have their bins out ready for collection by 7am on their scheduled day for crews to collect....

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