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Why the “Pong” returned

by Jim Forrest on 31 December, 2021

A recent upsurge in the “Peel Common Pong” was caused by emergency works elsewhere, and has been dealt with, say Southern Water. And they say there will be further reductions in odour.. Southern Water explain: “Our Peel Common site recently had to take and store sludge deliveries from another site that was undergoing maintenance. “This […]

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December eFocus

by Jim Forrest on 30 December, 2021

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Facelift for message centre

by Jim Forrest on 19 December, 2021

We’re delighted to see that the noticeboards near the bus stop and the path to the library have at last been resurfaced. A big thankyou to Love Stubbington, who join a long list of people who have contributed to this important local service. The boards were erected in the mid-1990s, when under the Lib Dem […]

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Solent secrets

by Jim Forrest on 17 November, 2021

We’re delighted to have an expert on the Solent’s wildlife as guest speaker after our AGM. Non-members welcome – the private business session should finish by 7.30 – but please let Sandra know you’re coming.

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November eFocus

by Jim Forrest on 13 November, 2021

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Tell us when the sea stinks

by Jim Forrest on 5 November, 2021

Hill Head beaches need up-to-date advice to say when it’s unhealthy to swim, says local environment campaigner Meg Lampard. Meg is urging Fareham Council to install information boards at Salterns and the Meon Shore to warn of sewage releases, and Crofton Lib Dems are giving her campaign full backing. Sewage discharge into coastal waters and […]

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October eFocus

by Jim Forrest on 3 October, 2021

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Just for the record…

by Jim Forrest on 30 September, 2021

Fareham’s Revised Local Plan, submitted to the Housing Secretary of State on September 30, proposes to allow the building of more than 1,000 homes east of Peak Lane and south of Longfield Avenue, and 180 homes south of Oakcroft Lane and west of Peak Lane. Both sites are in Stubbington ward, and in the Strategic […]

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Lost countryside – for what?

by Jim Forrest on 29 July, 2021

Below is a submission Stubbington Councillor Jim Forrest made to the consultation on Fareham’s Local Plan. Lib Dems on the Council voted against the plan. We believe the Council should have stuck to the plan they agreed in December 2019 which was based on a lower and more up-to-date assessment of housing need. Large stretches […]

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July eFocus

by Jim Forrest on 14 July, 2021

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