Newnham Civil Parish is in the Basing Ward of Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council in Hampshire and comprises the villages of Newnham and Nately Scures plus the tithing of Water End in Nately Scures, with about 440 registered electors. The parish extends westwards from the A30/A287 junction to the Lyde river in the west and northwards from the M3 to the boundary with Rotherwick - to the south of the grounds of Tylney Hall Hotel.

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With apologies NO PARISH COUNCIL MEETING THURSDAY 14TH SEPTEMBER

 

BBQ ON THE GREEN FROM 4.30PM SATURDAY 23RD SEPTEMBER

Not long now until our village BBQ, so that I thought I email everyone to give you a bit more details and I really hope that most of you will be able to come to what should be a lovely community event. Please feel free to pass on as I don’t think I have everyone’s email, and friends and family are also welcome of course.

This event is in support of the Church which needs fund to replace the windows in the near future. The Parish Council is sponsoring the event by donating £200 to go towards the cost of the food, and I would like to thank everyone on the Parish council for this generous contribution.

We aim to start the festivities at 4.30pm.

My suggested contribution for the event is £12 per person, £8 for under 10 year olds. For this, everyone will get a burger, a hot dog, a jacket potato, some salad and a piece of cake or ice cream (depending if someone near the Green has space in their freezer? please let me know)

A bar will be available too, where beer, sparkling, white and red wine will be sold as well as soft drinks like Coke and Fanta.

Ginnie and Sara A are running a tombola too as always - thank you both so much.

We will be using the village marquis, and if you have other gazebos, event shelters etc, please do not hesitate to set them up prior to the event.

I’m hoping to be able to borrow the clubroom’s tables and chairs but please bring your own plates, cutlery and glasses.

Anybody able to help is very welcome by either:
- set up early afternoon
- bring gazebos, etc
- let us freezer space to store ice creams before hand
- let us borrow their gas BBQ
- organise children games?

Finally, if you could let me know if you are planning to come along, that would be very appreciated in order to make sure we have enough food for everyone.

Any questions, please do not hesitate to ask

Many thanks
Carolyn

Mobile: 07775 994261

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Date: 13 September 2017 13:11:57 GMT+01:00
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Subject: Unwelcome Callers

Dear all
 
Earlier today I became aware of a man cold calling in Upton Grey then on to Newnham offering ‘surplus from another job’ tar-mac for sale, described as young white 20/30 years with a hi-visibility coat and white estate car with similar markings to Highways Maintenance vehicles.
 
Also a resident has reported receiving a telephone call from a Security Company offering to visit and do a survey of the house in relation to having an alarm fitted, simply why would you let a complete stranger into your home on the back of a cold calling telephone call from someone who you have no knowledge of whatsoever?
 
 I can not reiterate enough please do not purchase such things from the door, if you want your drive re-surfaced or a burglar alarm fitted etc, check with Hampshire Trading Standards ask for ‘Approved Local Business’, where you know the company and staff have been vetted.
 
If you have any information regarding these or other similar callers, please give me a call direct.
 
Many thanks
 
Andy
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AUGUST 2017

For the information of local residents there was four burglary to homes and five burglaries to outbuildings in Hook and surrounding area last month.

I have no wish to worry residents but would like to make them aware and ask them to please remain vigilant and report any suspicious incidents, people or vehicles.
 
Andrew REID
Police Constable 3746
Rural Beat Officer
Police Office, Preston Candover
DD:   01256:389050
HQ:   101
Mob: 07768:776844
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LATEST AND THANK YOUS

FOR THE 'OWEN'S FARM' 'WEST OF HOOK' FIELDS, IT SEEMS A FULL PLANNING APPLICATION IS EXPECTED OVER THE SUMMER FOR APPROX 650 HOUSES.

THANK YOU TO ALL WHO RESPONDED TO THE HART LOCAL PLAN CONSULTATION

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO ATTENDED THE PARISH ASSEMBLY

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO SUPPORTED A PUBLIC HEARING FOR THE OLD HOUSE AT HOME TO BE HELD IN THE CLUBROOM

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO RESPONDED TO THE PARISH COUNCIL'S REQUEST FOR SUPPORT TO APPLY FOR A PWLB LOAN AND MAKE AN OFFER FOR THE PUB

 

 

From June Village  9th JUNE 2017

 

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From May Villager 13th April 2017

Old House May 2017

 

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 ‘West of Hook’  13th April 2017
17/00857/EIA Owens Farm, Newnham Road, Hook. Request for a Scoping Opinion under Regulation 13 of the Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) (England and Wales) Regulations 2011 (as amended 2015).

The actual planning application for 750 houses plus primary school will follow. (Note only nominal number of houses are shown in the illustration.)

This ‘Scoping Opinion' lays out what is to be included in an Environmental Impact Assessment..

This is a speculative application as indications are presently that ‘West of Hook’ is still not included in the Draft Local Plan’s list of SHLAA sites for final consultation (see list of sites below).

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Re the Local Plan, Hart is holding a briefing on 25th April and the Consultation will be published on the 26th.

 

Old House

Save Newnham's  Pub
The Old House at Home

­Planning appeal for conversion to residential dwellings

12th April 2017

The Inspector has agreed the Appeal will be assessed at Public Hearing.

With thanks to everyone for their continued support.

3rd April 2017

Before the Basingstoke & Deane case officer published his decision on the application to convert the Old House at Home to residential dwellings, the developer raised an Appeal to the Secretary of State.  

Details of the Appeal can be found at the Planning Inspectorate website at
https://acp.planninginspectorate.gov.uk/ViewCase.aspx?Caseid=3169774&CoID=0

You can make a representation via the online form or by emailing the Inspectorate at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The reference no of the appeal is:     3169774
The address on the appeal documentation is:

The Old House at Home, Newnham Green, Newnham, Hook RG27 9AH

Dale Ingram of Planning for Pubs will continue to represent the Parish Council. On our behalf she has requested that the Appeal be assessed by public hearing.

If you objected previously to Basingstoke & Deane please state that you have objected before and that you want your comments to be taken into account. Please confirm your continued support for the Old House at Home and opposition to the change of use.

Note that all representations now go to the Inspector, not to Basingstoke & Deane. Deadline now midnight 16th May 2017

 

West of Hook 17th February 2017

HART DRAFT LOCAL PLAN

Hart is now scheduled to consult on its Draft Local Plan in March (but this was going to be last Summer, Autumn, December, then January).

The Minutes from Hart's Cabinet meeting of 9th February show a proposed list of sites for housing allocation for this Local Plan up to 2032 - see list below.

At the moment neither West of Hook nor Winchfield are included. Since the 'refinded housing options' consultation of Spring 2016 Hart has revised downwards its housing requirement due to its 'Strategic Market Housing Area' partners Rushmoor and Surrey Heath being able to fulfill their own housing requirements.

Also since then, many new sites have come forward, notably the former National Gas Turbine Establishment at Pyestock – now Hartland Village – and the greenfield site at Murrell Green where the new secondary school is currently proposed.

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However this remains a proposal. According to the Hop Garden Action Group:

'The West of Hook threat has not gone away completely... 

 

 

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