Mattingley Parish Council
Mattingley has an electorate of about 518 with a Parish Council of six Councillors and a part-time Clerk. Meetings are held every month, usually on the third Monday of the month, but subject to change for a pressing issue or in the case of a bank holiday.
The Parish Council is a statutory consultee on planning applications and does its best to maintain the rural character of the Parish.
Elections are held every four years and the next elections are due in May 2019.
LAND AT HOUND GREEN
PRE-APPLICATION ENQUIRY (see below for details)
Mattingley Parish Council's meeting
on 19th February was attended by 30+ residents from the immediate Hound Green area all opposed to this proposal.
- protecting Hound Green's rural identity and landscape
- lack of local services / amenity / public transport
- the proposed housing wouldn't be truly 'affordable' for any local person with a genuine housing need
- unsuitability of access onto B3349, danger of road for drivers turning out and for pedestrians / cyclists
- specialist concerns regarding inability of local water supply to meet additional demand and affect on local watercourses, particularly the Whitewater.
The Parish Council has advised the Case Officer of residents' concerns and objections.
Mattingley is in the Hartley Wintney Ward of Hart District Council. The District Councillors for the Hartley Wintney Ward are Dr Anne Crampton, Tim Southern and Andrew Renshaw and our County Councillor is Councillor David Simpson.
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