Emsworth Residents Association
The ERA has sent their response to Havant Borough Council with suggested updates and revisions to their Local Plan on resident’s behalf and it can be viewed in full on the planning portal page of this web site…. The ERA would like to thank residents for their comments and contributions, which helped to form the response.
QGM Date: The next public open meeting in 2018 is the ERA’s QGM. It’s the ‘Hustings’ It takes place on 30th April 2018 at Emsworth’s Community Centre in North Street. The meeting starts at 7.30pm. Everyone is welcome to come along.
The Hustings is held each year at April’s QGM: Local councillor candidates from all political parties have 5 minutes each to tell residents about themselves, their aims and beliefs.
The 2018 public meetings held by the ERA (QGM’s) take place on:
30th April 2018
16th July 2018
29th October 2018
The QGM on 30th April 2018 includes the County and Local Hustings, where candidates present to the audience for 5 minutes each.
Making sure your voice is heard
Emsworth Residents’ Association is an independent, non-political organisation representing the interests of the whole community to help make Emsworth a pleasant, safe and caring place to live and work. Inspirational speakers The ERA’s regular open meetings (QGM’s & AGM’s) give residents the best opportunity to voice their concerns, ask questions and get answers from councillors and other professional bodies. We get some inspirational speakers along and hear about new projects too.
Long Copse Lane proposed development
Public Exhibition to view proposals for 260 houses in Long Copse Lane, (at the top of Hollybank Lane) Emsworth
21st March 2018 at the Emsworth Community Centre, 17:30 till 20:30
The developers are: Land & partners. Contact them on: 01494 728080 or email: email@example.com
*The ERA has replied to HBC’s Local draft Plan 2036 and asked that this land and the land off Westwood Close should be designated as Greenfield rural sites, remaining undeveloped and unspoilt.
Popular river walk and historic border in jeopardy – Copies of the outline proposals have been given to Emsworth Councillors- See news page for the full story.