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Quiz night in the heart of Stubbington

by jimforrest on 12 September, 2018

Join us for a fun evening at our Crofton Quiz (from the team that brings you Crofton Skittles). Saturday, 13 October from 19:30-22:30 at the Snooker Club in Stubbington Green. (A chance to support this venue at the heart of the village, recently threatened with conversion to flats, but now relaunched as afamily-friendly social as […]

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Update: Fence round open space rejected.

by jimforrest on 31 August, 2018

Applications to erect  two metre fences round part of the open space between Springfield Way, Dallington Close and Mulberry Avenue have now been rejected by planing officers. (Details can be found on Fareham Council’s website, ref P/18/0864/LP and P/0866/LP.) ButLib Dems have found that other green spaces could be under threat. The green north of […]

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Have your say on bus service

by jimforrest on 18 June, 2018

Hampshire County Council has launched a public consultation about three services it helps to fund: street lighting, subsidised transport services, and the concessionary travel scheme. It’s particularly relevant to Stubbington and Hill Head, because one of the services being looked at is the 21/21A bus service. You can view the consultation and download a response […]

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Builders challenge Old Street decision

by jimforrest on 15 May, 2018

Bargate Homes has appealed against Fareham Council’s refusal of 150 homes on land west of Old Street, near the nature reserve. Deadline for appeals to the Planning Inspectorate is June 15. Planning appeals are decided by the Government’s Planning Inspectorate, not Fareham Borough Council. The Planning Inspectorate will hold a Public Inquiry to discuss the […]

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Developers eye up more countryside

by jimforrest on 12 May, 2018

A company calling itself Fareham Land, part of the Pegasus Group,has published a proposal to build 200 homes on land between the old and new routes of Newgàte Lane, surrounding the historic Peel Farm house. They say it would “provide a naturàl extension” to the 475-home community proposed east of the new road in Fareham […]

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Upgrade for Woodcote Lane

by jimforrest on 25 April, 2018

Residents in Woodcote Lane have suffered for years from a potholed, unmade road leading to their homes. It’s caused damage to their cars and made access difficult for visitors and deliveries as well as themselves. Bus passengers from Newgate Lane and Albert Road who live closer to the new stops in Newgate Lane East than […]

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To say the housing numbers we have today is the sole fault of government is a gross exaggeration. The housing projections we have today never even went in front of all the members, simply a selective few. While we wait for the Government to announce their final draft of the New National Planning Policy Framework, which […]

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Newgate Lane

by jimforrest on 20 April, 2018

Ad Lib campaigning helped Lesley and residents in Newgate Lane to win an end to the noise and pollution of constant traffic outside their doors. Jim says: “The fight goes on to help thousands of other Stubbington and Hill Head residents with day-to-day problems. The picture right, taken shortly after the opening of the new […]

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Safety for Bells Lane Crossing

by Alex Brims on 20 April, 2018

The crossing from the park on Mancroft Ave across Bells Lane to the rec is a busy crossing for pedestrians, and also a fast section of road. We have had reports from residents of children finding it difficult to cross the road safely. As you cross from the south at Mancroft Ave park side the […]

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April Ad Libs

by Alex Brims on 20 April, 2018

From Jim Forrest the Stubbington AdLib news April 2018 And from Alex Brims the Hill Head Lib AdLib news April 2018

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