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Public Consultations

West Hampshire NHS Trust

West Hampshire CCG is carrying out its annual review of patient satisfaction with healthcare providers in west Hampshire. We want to hear about when you or your family last used services at our hospitals in Winchester, Andover and Southampton, Bournemouth, Salisbury or Portsmouth, or the health care provided in the community, such as physiotherapy or community nurses.

Please help us by completing the following survey:

http://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/WHCCGproviders/

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New Milton Town Council  

None known at this time.

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New Forest District Council

PUBLIC CONSULTATION - COUNCIL TAX REDUCTION SCHEME COUNCIL TAX

Council Tax reduction is a discount for council tax. We are responsible for setting the level of local Council Tax Reduction Schemes (CTR) for low income working age people, and are required to consult on and formally adopt a scheme by 31 January each year to commence on 1 April of that year.

Link to Information

Consultation closes on 17th September 2017.

PUBLIC CONSULTATION - LOCAL PLAN PART ONE

Initial Proposals public consultation on the Local Plan Review 2016-2036 Part One: Planning Strategy.

The main focus of this consultation is to get peoples' views on the potential locations for the new housing development we need to accommodate over the next 20 years.

When finalised, the Local Plan Part One will set out our planning strategy, strategic policies and key development sites for the period 2016 to 2036 covering the district area outside of the New Forest National Park. There will be further opportunities to comment on the Local Plan in the summer of 2017.

Link to Detailed Information

This Consultation is now Closed.

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Hampshire County Council - Relevant to New Milton

HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL PUBLIC CONSULTATION :- Important for all New Milton Residents - Due to ongoing national austerity measures; demographic changes reflecting increases in demand for some services; and inflationary pressures, by April 2019 the County Council will be facing an anticipated budget shortfall of £140 million. With less money available and growing demand for council services, tough decisions will need to be made about what the County Council can and cannot do in the future.Your feedback will help to inform the approach the County Council takes to balancing its budget.

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New Forest National Parks Authority

Some big issues are facing the New Forest in the coming years. The organisations with the main remit for both protecting the National Park and enabling people to enjoy it need your help to:

- provide the best recreational experience for local people and our visitors

- protect the very thing these people come to see – the spectacular, yet fragile landscape which is a haven for many rare wildlife species

- ensure limited resources are spent wisely

Please go to the following link to find out more and complete the survey.

http://www.newforestnpa.gov.uk/FutureForest

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