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Commute around the borough on two wheels

With the holidays around the corner, what better way to get out and about, than using the boroughs’ new cycle map and guide! Published by Havant Borough Council, the 2017 edition covers off and on road cycling, throughout the borough including the...

Anyone for tennis

One week on from Wimbledon the Mayor of Havant will be taking on her own challenge at a local tennis club open day. The Avenue, a lawn tennis, squash and fitness club, is holding an open day on Sunday 23 July and the Mayor of Havant will be trying...

Waverley Confirms Appointment Of Interim Managing Director

JOINT PRESS RELEASE FROM WAVERLEY BOROUGH COUNCIL, EAST HAMPSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL AND HAVANT BOROUGH COUNCIL Tom Horwood’s appointment as Interim Managing Director and Head of Paid Service at Waverley Borough Council was confirmed yesterday (...

Leader of Havant Borough Council to take a sabbatical

The Leader of Havant Borough Council has announced today that he will be taking a sabbatical starting 1 August 2017, in order for him to focus on his keen interest in History. Councillor Michael Cheshire MBE, Conservative Leader since May 2014 plans...

World’s longest flexi bridge brings two communities together

Winchester City Council and Havant Borough Council will this week be joined together by the official opening of the world’s longest flexi bridge. Sited in the West of Waterlooville developers have worked to ensure the 53ft span over the Wallington...

Waverley looks to appoint Interim Managing Director

JOINT PRESS RELEASE FROM WAVERLEY BOROUGH COUNCIL, EAST HAMPSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL AND HAVANT BOROUGH COUNCIL Waverley Borough Council is proposing that the Executive Director at East Hampshire District Council and Havant Borough Council, Tom...

HBC announces secure financial position

Havant Borough Council has frozen its council tax for the eighth consecutive year and its proving that its approach to saving money while keeping services running smoothly is working. The council has changed how it is delivering services and as well...

Crackdown on feeding time

Havant Borough Council is advising residents and shoppers not to feed pigeons that congregate in town centre areas. Joining forces with Waterlooville town centre businesses and local residents, Havant Borough Council is about to launch a poster...

Festival set to go with a splash

Residents in the borough are being invited to try something new at this month's Waterfest. The new style festival will be celebrating all types of watersports whilst offering pre-booked taster sessions for stand-up paddle boarding, kayaking,...

Funds for infrastructure

Havant Borough Council has over £1.75m to spend on infrastructure to help make the borough a better place to live, work and visit (including £200K for neighbourhood projects). These funds are from the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) which is a...

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