This is the official website of Sparsholt Parish Council Winchester, Hampshire.

Sparsholt Parish Plan

  Notices

Next Meeting

The next Parish Meeting will take place on Thursday 17 May at the earlier time of 7pm.

 

There will be a public meeting at 8.30pm to discuss planning application 

 

18/00703/FUL | Section 73 application to vary conditions 2 (Approved Plans), 3 (Interpretations) 4 (Changes to Approved Plans for ADP) 8 (Method Statement on Earthmoving and Re-contouring of Site) and 11 (Materials for Education Building) of planning permission 16/01679/FUL; to allow for changes to layout and infrastructure to form Anaerobic Digester Plant (ADP) and to layout, design and appearance of Education Building. | Sparsholt College Westley Lane Sparsholt SO21 2NF

 

 

  

 

 

  Public Access Defibrillator

 

Located at entrance to Memorial Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Winchester City Council describes a Parish Plan as follows “This is community-led and aims to look at what a community needs, identify how to improve the quality of life for people who live there now and to make sure people can enjoy that quality of life in the future”

In Summer 2015 Sparsholt Parish Council called for volunteers from the community to form a working group with the aim of producing a Parish Plan.  The Group was formally constituted in September 2015.  During 2016 views of residents were sought through the medium of a questionnaire which was delivered to every adult in the Parish with a separate questionnaire for each young person, aged between 11 and 17 years old. An initial Housing Needs questionnaire was circulated to establish the importance or otherwise of changes to the village housing and to assist in preparing the full questionnaire. All this information was collated and results analysed resulting in a draft plan showing issues and potential actions to address these.

The plan has now been passed to the Parish Council and will be discussed at forthcoming meetings ahead of its formal adoption. Thank you to Norman Wood, Sue Annesley, Terry Dunn, John Cooper, Mike Hodder and Chris Tovey for production of such a comprehensive report and the many hours spent in completing this.