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HR Committee September

In line with the government’s revised legislation, the council will be holding the September meeting of the HR committee online at 1930 on Wednesday 30 September. We’ll be using Microsoft Teams: just click on this link to join. See the detailed instructions for full information.

Download the agenda and supporting papers here.

As it can be difficult to organise online meetings for lots of people, it would help to know how many members of the public might be joining. If you intend to join, please could you email the Clerk beforehand?

September Council Meeting

In line with the government’s revised legislation, the council will be holding its September meeting online at 1930 on Monday 28 September. We’ll be using Microsoft Teams: just click on this link to join. See the detailed instructions for full information.

Download the agenda and supporting papers here.

As it can be difficult to organise online meetings for lots of people, it would help to know how many members of the public might be joining. If you intend to join, please could you email the Clerk beforehand?

Consultation on keeping of bees on allotments

At the August Allotment Committee meeting it was agreed that there should be a consultation on whether beekeeping should be allowed on the allotments. We’ve drafted some Beekeeping Rules, taken from those already used by BDBC. If this concerns you, please could you read through these and let us know – by email to :

  • Whether or not you think beekeeping should be allowed
  • Reasons for your opinion
  • Whether the draft Rules require any changes.

Please could you let us have any feedback by the 10 September? You will also have an opportunity to discuss this with committee members at a drop in session on 1000-1200 on 5 and 6 September – contact for details.

August Allotments Committee Meeting

In line with government legislation for holding council meetings, the council will be holding the first meeting of the Allotments Committee online at 1930 on Tuesday 25 August. We’ll be using Microsoft Teams: just click on this link to join. See the detailed instructions for full information.

Download the agenda and supporting papers here.

As it can be difficult to organise online meetings for lots of people, it would help to know how many members of the public might be joining. If you intend to join, please could you email the Clerk beforehand?

A final chance to have your say on the future of the hospital

The Hampshire Together engagement programme has been set up to encourage everyone to have their say on the modernisation of health and care services in the county.

To give residents across the borough a final chance to contribute to the programme, Hampshire Together will be running virtual sessions today (28 July) and Thursday 6 August. For more information on these events and to book your place, visit www.hampshiretogether.nhs.uk/events.  

Chapel Hill reopened

The temporary road closure put in place by Hampshire County Council in Chapel Hill Road in Basingstoke, to allow more space for social distancing by those walking and cycling, is being removed it was not supported by local people and was not working effectively. It was due to have been removed by the end of last week.