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  • Tenants & leaseholders views, what's going on and how can you have a say

    Have you heard about the charter for social housing residents: social housing white paper that was published in November 2020? This set out the actions the government will take to ensure that residents in social housing are safe, are listened to, live in good quality homes, and have access to redress when things go wrong. There is also a Tenant Involvement and Empowerment Standard. This sets expectations that as a provider of social housing, Winchester City Council, provides... More
    Opened 22 October 2021
  • Summer Activity Programme 2021

    A feedback survey for attendees, parents and carers regarding the Summer Activity Programme sessions. More
    Opened 27 August 2021
  • Flourishing Communities

    In developing the City Council's 'Community & Wellbeing Strategy' we are keen to explore how well some of our key stakeholders consider they are doing against 7 core principles of what is considered makes a 'Flourishing Community. More
    Opened 20 August 2021
  • A Digital Winchester - call for evidence

    Access to high quality digital services plays a growing and critical role in the economic health and resilience of the District. With the COVID-19 pandemic the ability to embrace digital technology has become even more vital. With this in mind Winchester City Council is keen to understand the changing digital needs of residents, employers, innovators and investors. This will be achieved by exploring: What a digital Winchester means for the different communities... More
    Opened 16 August 2021
  • Carbon Neutrality Open Forum

    Winchester City Council would like to establish a public Carbon Neutrality Open Forum. The purpose of the Open Forum will be to enable open discussion and the exchange of ideas between the council, the public, partners and any other interested parties with a particular focus on understanding what needs to be done to achieve a carbon neutral Winchester District by 2030. The Carbon Neutrality Open Forum will be hosted at least twice annually, with each forum meeting focusing... More
    Opened 11 August 2021
  • The Broadway Market TRO (experimental)

    The Winchester City Council (Prohibition of Vehicles) (The Broadway and Colebrook Street, Winchester) Experimental Order 2021 Winchester City Council has made the above Experimental Traffic Regulation Order. The affect of this Order is: 1. The general effect of the Order will be as an experiment, to introduce a Prohibition of Vehicles on Sunday between 6am-7pm, to enable Sunday Markets to be held on the Broadway, at the following locations: a. The Broadway... More
    Opened 4 August 2021
  • Great Minster Street and The Square Experimental TROs

    Winchester City Council has made two Experimental Traffic Regulation Orders effective in Great Minster Street and The Square, Winchester. The general effect of The Winchester City Council (Great Minster Street and The Square, Winchester) (Experimental Moving Traffic) Order 2021 will be as an experiment to: Suspend the existing Prohibition Of Driving (except for access) restriction on Great Minster Street, The Square and Market Street... More
    Opened 30 July 2021
  • South Winchester Coach Parking TRO

    In order to reduce coach movements through the centre of Winchester, additional coach parking spaces are being proposed at South Winchester Park & Ride. All the documents associated with this consultation can be found at the bottom of this page and you can respond to the consultation using the link below. More
    Opened 7 July 2021
  • Accommodation Survey - May 2021

    On Monday 22 February, the Prime Minister announced a roadmap to provide a staged route back to a more normal way of life. A phased easing of restrictions is being introduced in four steps, each being assessed against four tests before the restrictions change. As we have now reached Step 3 and you continue to plan for the future, your council is here for you to help with any business concerns. In order to better understand demand from... More
    Opened 20 May 2021
  • Witherbed Lane Consultation

    The New Homes Team at Winchester City Council have appointed PDP Architecture to look into designing an affordable housing scheme on the land adjacent to 6 Witherbed Lane. The local housing register shows that there is a need for two and three bedroom accomodation in this area. The proposed development will provide 4 new homes, with associated landscaping works and car parking all within th existing site boundary. The new homes will comprise of 2no 2 bed semi-detached 2no 3 bed... More
    Opened 19 May 2021
  • Winchester City (off street) parking places order 2003 ( variation No.10) order 2021

    Winchester City Council is introducing a new car park in Bar End Road, Winchester, Hampshire, in connection with the new leisure facility, known as the Winchester Sport and Leisure Park. A copy of the Notice, the proposed Order, Statement of Reasons and Plan can be found at the bottom of this page. The deadline for responses is 11 June 2021. More
    Opened 19 May 2021
  • Colden Common Village Design Statement

    A draft Village Design Statement (VDS) has been produced by the local community for the area of Colden Common Parish, to supersede the current VDS which dates from 2012. The VDS will provide design guidance for development within the Parish, highlighting the distinctive characteristics of the area. The VDS is not intended to apply within the parts of the Parish of Colden Common that lie within the South Downs National Park. Following the consideration of responses received on the... More
    Opened 10 May 2021
  • NORTH WALLS PARK PLAN: PUBLIC CONSULTATION

    We have asked a team of consultants to help us prepare a new Park Plan for North Walls Recreation Ground. This sets out a number of ideas for improvements to the site which we want to test with the community of Winchester. The Park Plan can then be used to prioritise the improvements and secure funding for these facilities. The consultants have developed the draft Park Plan using information from the first engagement event in February 2019 (the results of which can be found on our... More
    Opened 10 May 2021
  • Woodman Close, Sparsholt - Information Event

    The new homes team at Winchester City Council have appointed T2 architects to develop the proposed design for the potential affordable housing site in Woodman Close, Sparsholt. At the consultation event in November 2019 there was support for a 5 unit scheme consisting of 2, two bedroom bungalows and 3, one bedroom houses. The council has declared a climate emergency and is working to meet its target of the activities of the council being carbon neutral by 2024, with the... More
    Opened 26 April 2021
  • Southbrook Cottages Parking Consultation

    As part of the proposal to build 6 new homes at Southbrook Cottgaes. WInchester City Council is consulting with residents about the feasability of providing additional communal parking in the area. More
    Opened 26 April 2021
  • Easter Football Coaching 2021

    A feedback survey for attendees, parents and carers regarding the Easter Football Coaching sessions. More
    Opened 19 April 2021
  • Winchester Cultural Network Group

    The Winchester Cultural Network group was set up following the publication of Winchester City Council's 2014 Art and Culture Strategy. Meetings have been held at various locations across the Winchester district since 2015. More
    Opened 29 March 2021
  • Accommodation Survey 2021

    On Monday 22 February, the Prime Minister announced a roadmap to provide a staged route back to a more normal way of life. A phased easing of restrictions is being introduced in four steps, each being assessed against four tests before the restrictions change. As you start to plan for the future, your council is here for you to help with any business concerns. In order to better understand demand from our future visitors for... More
    Opened 24 March 2021
  • Martin St / Coppice Hill TRO

    Winchester city Council are looking to introduce new waiting restrictions at two locations in Bishop’s Waltham. A copy of the notice, the proposed Order, statement of reasons and plans showing the restrictions propossed can be found at the bottom of this page. More
    Opened 24 March 2021
  • Local Plan Virtual Event: Feedback

    Thank you for attending our vitual engagement event. We hope you found it useful and enjoyed hearing about all the things we’ve been busy working on in relation to the local plan. We would be grateful if you could answer a few questions to give us some feedback about the event(s) – the survey should take about 5 minutes to complete. Thank you for your time. More
    Opened 5 March 2021
  • Visit Winchester advertising consultation 2021

    Visit Winchester is the official destination management organisation for the Winchester district. Part of Winchester City Council and together with Winchester Visitor Information Centre, our mission is to promote the Winchester district to visitors and locals alike. We are consulting with tourism and hospitality businesses across the district to identify how we can better support our local businesses with advertising now and in the future in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.... More
    Opened 24 February 2021
  • Winchester City Council Call For Sites 2021

    Winchester City Council has launched its new Local Plan which will set the framework for future planning decisions in the District to 2038. As part of this process we are undertaking a new “Call for Sites” to help to identify land that could help to deliver a variety of accommodation and community needs. We are therefore asking landowners / site promotors to come forward if they have sites that they consider could form part of a new local plan. If your site has... More
    Opened 15 February 2021
  • Winchester City Council Local Plan - Strategic Issues & Priorities Consultation

    Consultation on the Strategic Issues and Priorities document is an invitation for you to become involved in the next important stage of a conversation about our new Local Plan. The decisions made through the Local Plan will be of strategic importance for the district over the next 15 years and beyond. By working together we will create and protect our environment through the new Local Plan. The Local Plan is one of the important tools in helping the district to become zero... More
    Opened 15 February 2021
  • Integrated Impact Assessment

    We are required by law to undertake a number of assessments at all stages throughout the Local Plan making process. We are doing these as an Integrated Impact Assessment (IIA) which will include a Sustainability Assessment (SA), a Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) a Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA), a Health Impacts Assessment (HIA) and an Equalities Assessment (EqA). These assessments are necessary to ensure that the plan doesn’t have adverse impacts on these areas of... More
    Opened 15 February 2021
  • Winchester City Council Air Quality Supplementary Planning Document

    Under its environmental duties set down with the Environment Act 1995, Winchester City Council declared an Air Quality Management Area back in 2003. Although there has been a steady improvement, air quality remains an issue of concern in the city. I n 2017 the Council adopted a new Air Quality Action plan, which set out a number of actions which collectively seek to reduce nitrogen dioxide levels within the city centre, in order to protect public health. One such... More
    Opened 15 February 2021
  • King George V Park Plan

    Winchester City Council is producing a Park Plan for King George V Playing Fields in Highcliffe to coordinate a number of planned improvements to the site including a new sports pavilion, a new play area, a spray concrete skate park as well as consideration of the site as a whole. More
    Opened 10 February 2021
  • Digital Winchester

    Access to high quality digital services has been playing a rapidly growing and critical role in the economic health and the resilience of the District for many years. With the Covid-19 pandemic the ability to embrace digital technology has become even more vital. With this in mind Winchester City Council is keen to understand the changing digital needs of residents, employers, innovators and investors. Please complete this short survey which should take around 10 minutes. The results... More
    Opened 29 January 2021
  • Winchester City Council Budget/Medium Term Financial Strategy 2021/22

    Each year all local authorities are required to publish a budget setting out how they will fund the services they provide or activities they support. Whilst Winchester City Council set out a “fully funded” budget in February 2020, the impact of COVID-19 has seen significant additional costs as well as dramatic losses of income. Whilst the council’s priorities set out in the April 2020 Council Plan remain unchanged , the direct result of the impacts of the pandemic means... More
    Opened 17 December 2020
  • Free Street and Shore Lane TRO

    Winchester City Council as agents for Hampshire County Council proposes making a Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) in Bishop's Waltham. The effect of this order will be to introduce no waiting restrictions along Free Street and Shore Lane, and bring the Traffic Regulation Order in line with restrictions on street in Eastways, Lower Lane, Malt Lane, Tangier Lane, Siskin Road and Park Road, Bishops Waltham. On Free Street parking is proposed to be prohibited: along the eastern side... More
    Opened 9 December 2020
  • Portraits of Winchester 2025 (Part 2) - Feedback Form

    Thank you attending the second Portraits of Winchester 2025 workshop on 1 December. We hope you found the workshop enjoyable and thought provoking. We would like to gather participant feedback and ask that you complete this short survey in order for us to review the event and improve upon its organisation for next time. Many thanks. More
    Opened 7 December 2020
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