Many documents in this section result from government legislation. For a full list of our policies and strategies, please visit the Policy Hub.
The corporate strategy sets out what the council's role is, where we will be directing our efforts and what we hope to achieve to improve the quality of life across our district.
- Corporate strategy 2020-24 (pdf 440 kb)
Every year Havant Borough Council produces the annual report which highlights the council's achievements over the last financial year.
The report looks at the council's vision for the future as well as other informant areas such as financial sustainability, economic growth and public service excellence.
- Annual report 2017-18 (pdf 3.4 mb)
Business plan overview
The council’s business plan sets out the council’s mission in shaping council services, ensuring communities of Havant are increasingly prosperous, vibrant and active.
- Business plan overview 2018-19 (pdf 170 kb)
Emergency response plan
The key to an effective emergency response is the application of sound corporate principles and inter-agency co-operation. The purpose of this document is to set out those principles and provide a plan to enable the borough council to perform its function as a Category 1 responder.
- Emergency response plan (pdf 2.5 mb)
The regeneration strategy sets out the economic case and opportunities for regeneration in Havant.
It highlights the key areas where direct targeted intervention will have the greatest impact and states what the council will do over the next eighteen years to deliver regeneration - including governance, funding and resourcing.
- Regeneration strategy 2018-36 (pdf 5.7 mb)
The regeneration strategy sits alongside the council’s Local Plan which focuses regeneration on the eight key sites.
- Opportunities for regeneration (pdf 7.1 mb)
Residents survey 2018
In June 2018 the Havant Borough Council Residents' Survey 2018 was sent to 3,500 randomly selected households. 893 completed returns were received. Here is an infographic of the results.
- Residents survey 2018 (pdf 1.1 mb)