Eastleigh Borough Council have announced dates and venues for a series of ‘drop-in’ sessions which will give local Residents the chance to comment on whether they think the draft plan has been prepared in accordance with local plan regulations and whether or not it is “sound.” This will be the last chance for residents to have their say on the plan prior to its submission to the Secretary of State.
There will be drop in sessions in all of the Borough’s local areas but also across the boundary in Colden Common – one of the areas that will be most affected by development in the selected site which lies to the North of Bishopstoke and Fair Oak. There will also be four session in the Bishopstoke , Fair Oak and Horton Heath area where there is highest level of concern.
Eastleigh Borough Council say that local people are welcome to attend any session regardless of which area they live in.
Bishopstoke, Fair Oak & Horton Heath
Wyvern School, Botley Road – 26 June, 5pm- 9pm
The Hub, Bishopstoke Road – 4 July, 3pm – 7.30pm
The Hub, Bishopstoke Road – 16 July, 3pm – 7.30pm
Wyvern School, Botley Road – 18 July, 5pm – 9pm
Bursledon, Hamble-le-Rice & Hound
Hamble Primary School, Hamble Lane – 25 June, 3pm – 7pm
Pilands Wood Community Centre, Chamberlayne Road – 24 July, 4pm – 7pm
Abbey Hall, Victoria Road – 25 July, 3pm – 7pm
Chandler’s Ford & Hiltingbury
Fryern Pavilion, Fryern Close – 2 July, 3pm – 7pm
Eastleigh (including Allbrook)
Eastleigh House, Upper Market Street – 9 July, 3pm – 7pm
Crestwood Community School, Shakespeare Road – 23 July, 3pm – 7.30pm
Hedge End, West End & Botley
West End Parish Centre, Chapel Road – 5 July, 3pm – 7pm
Hedge End Centre 2000, St Johns Road – 10 July, 4.45pm – 8pm
The Botley Centre, High Street – 17 July, 3pm – 7pm
Colden Common Community Centre, St Vigor Way – 11 July, 3pm – 7.30pm