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Public Consultations

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National Consultations


No relevant Consultations known at this time.


Police & Crime Commissioner


More Police, Safer Streets: Police & Crime Plan Survey

My vision is for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight to be the safest places to live, work and visit in the country. As your Police and Crime Commissioner, as a parent, and as a citizen, I want Hampshire and the Isle of Wight to be places our children and elderly people can walk the streets without fear of violence or intimidation.

Nearly 3000 local residents responded to my crime survey last year. You told me what your policing priorities were and they have shaped the priorities I am planning to put in my ‘More Police, Safer Streets’ Police and Crime Plan.  That’s why my priorities are residents’ priorities, formulated together and I now want to ensure as many local people as possible see these priorities and have an opportunity to give their view.  Please therefore complete the survey, which will only take a few minutes.

Complete the Survey


Regional Consultations


None Known about at this time


New Forest National Park


Now the New Forest National Park Authority is asking for people’s views on a new Design Guide for the whole of the National Park in a six-week consultation.

The updated Design Guide will, once formally adopted, be used by the National Park Authority in discussions with planning applicants and architects to help inform the design and materials used in new development. The Design Guide will also be useful for town and parish councils and local communities in making comments on applications within the National Park.

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Consulatation closed on 22nd October.

Hampshire County Council


The Children and Young People’s Plan provides a strategy and key aims for the Hampshire Children’s Trust, a multi-agency partnership of organisations which includes Hampshire County Council, local schools, Police, and voluntary organisations. Together, these organisations share a vision to make Hampshire an even better place, where all children and young people – including those who are vulnerable or disadvantaged – have the best possible start in life and are supported by their wider community to succeed.

Residents can share their views by completing a short online survey, which should take approximately 15 minutes to complete. The survey  closes at midnight on 7th November.


New Forest District Council


None Known about at this time. 


New Milton Town Council


  • The Public Consultation on the Ashley Recreation Play Park is now closed.