Welcome to WCC's Consultation Pages.

We're committed to involving people in decisions that affect them, and value their input in planning, delivering and evaluating services.The Council is keen to make it easier for you to have your say on the decisions that affect you.

Consultations provide you with an opportunity to have your say. They also help us to find out what you think and to understand your priorities and concerns. 

Your participation makes a difference.

Open Consultations

  • The Square Pedestrian Zone extension


    Closes today

  • Winchester Various Traffic Regulation Order

    Winchester City Council as agents for Hampshire County Council proposes to make a traffic regulation order. The proposed Order is required to improve visibility and road safety. The effect of this order will be to introduce or amend restrictions at the following locations : ... More

    Closes 29 March 2023

  • Dell Road, Winchester - Traffic Regulation Order proposal

    Winchester City Council as agents for Hampshire County Council proposes to make the above road traffic regulation order. The proposed Order is required to improve safety for vehicles and pedestrians. The effect of this order will be to amend the zone boundary of Zone X2, changing the permit... More

    Closes 5 April 2023

Forthcoming Consultations

Closed Consultations

  • Mayor of Winchester’s Community Award 2023

    It is with great pleasure that the Mayor of Winchester’s Community Award is launched for 2023. The Mayor of Winchester’s Community Award recognises and celebrates the organisations and individuals who have given outstanding service to the people of the Winchester District. ... More

    Closed 24 February 2023

  • Littleton Village Design Statement

    A draft Village Design Statement (VDS) has been produced by the local community for the area of Littleton Parish (excluding Harestock), to supersede the current VDS which dates from 2010. The VDS will provide design guidance for development within and around Littleton Village, highlighting... More

    Closed 20 February 2023

  • Controlled Parking Zone consultation

    On-street parking is currently restricted by means of a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ). Most of the restrictions within the zone operate from Monday to Saturday, 8am to 6pm. At present, due to the lack of parking restrictions on-street on Sundays, there are concerns that... More

    Closed 17 February 2023

  • Garage lettings policy

    The Council’s Housing Service is currently reviewing its garage lettings policy. The policy sets out how we allocate garages to those on the waiting list as well as other matters such as the associated charging. Currently Winchester City Council tenants on the garage... More

    Closed 31 January 2023

  • Community Governance Review - North Whiteley (Phase 2)

    We conducted a consultation exercise recently which asked residents in Whiteley and Curdridge for their views on how they could best be represented at the level of local government closest to communities. We received 742 responses to that consultation and more than 70% of... More

    Closed 6 January 2023

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We asked

We asked for comments in relation to proposed amendments to parking restrictions in Bishops Waltham (set out below).

The effect of this order will be to introduce waiting restrictions in several locations in Bishops Waltham

  1. in the roads surrounding the Infant and Junior Schools
  2. changes to some of the parking restrictions on the High Street
  3. introduce no waiting at any time restrictions at the junction of The Avenue and Winchester Road B2177.
  1. Infant and Junior Schools will prohibit parking:
  • at junctions on Oak Road, Oak Road Spur, Pine Road, Elm Road, Willow Road
  • on the bend in Oak Road and on the southern section of Pine Road
  • in Oak Road and Pine Road Monday – Friday 8am – 4pm
  • formalise the no stopping restriction by the Infant School vehicle access Monday - Friday 8am – 5pm
  1. High Street proposals will introduce:
  • parking bays (a disabled bay, a 20 minute limited waiting bay, a goods vehicle loading bay) on the western side at the top (one way southwards section)
  • a disabled bay in the existing 30 minute limited waiting bays, on the eastern side of the road, at the bottom (St Georges St end)
  • a no loading at any time restriction from Bank Street to a point approximately 13 metres south of Cross Street, and into Cross Street to keep the junctions clear of obstruction.
  1. The Avenue proposals will prohibit parking at the junction with Winchester Road.


You said

We received 51 comments were received – 31 in support, 19 objections and 1 objection and support.

We did

All representations have been carefully considered. The proposed restrictions were amended in light of comments received, as explained in the Decision Record. The Order was Made on the 8th February 2023 and comes in to operation on 27th February 2023. The Order can be viewed on our website -


We asked

  1. Do you have any comments on the Landscape Character Areas?
  2. Have we missed anything? If so, please state section and page number.

You said

  • Suggested amendments in relation to impacts upon the SDNP
  • Specific amendments within Soberton & Newton Parish relating to hedges, ponds, wildlife, health & well-being
  • Plant trees – areas to be identified/allocated
  • Ensure recreation grounds within Colden Common are named correctly
  • Extend the SDNP boundary further west
  • Requests relating to specific fields, re-wilding projects, specific areas for development, water suppliers, road concerns
  • Refer to Special Protection Areas as a small section of the designated River Hamble lies within the area

We did

  • Key issues to be updated in character areas adjacent to SDNP
  • These points will be incorporated
  • This document is not an action plan, it is an assessment of the character of the landscape
  • This will be amended
  • Not appropriate for this document
  • Not appropriate for this document however should be explored further through relevant village design statements and neighbourhood plans
  • To be included

We asked

Winchester City Council made an experimental traffic order to prohibit vehicles in The Broadway, between the bus station and Colebrook St,  and on Colebrook St between The Broadway and Market Lane, on Sundays between 6am – 7pm.  This was to enable the Market to be held there.

Experimental orders can be implemented for up to 18 months, and objections can be made in the first 6 months.  Subject to comments received schemes can be reviewed and amended, and made permanent if successful.

You said

We received 3 comments – 2 supports and 1 objection.

We did

All representations were carefully considered. On balance it was decided that overall the scheme was beneficial to the City and its residents. The Order to permanently implement the prohibition of driving restrictions will be made on 24/08/22.

After the 24/08/22, it can be viewed on our website -  


A copy of the decision report can be found using the link below -