Phillips Crescent, Headley – Carriageway Surface Repairs

As part of the annual programme of works being undertaken by Operation Resilience, we will shortly be undertaking carriageway surface repairs in localised areas along Phillips Crescent, Headley, from Fullers Vale to End. This work is in preparation for a proposed surface treatment, which if undertaken, will be carried out during 2022. You will receive…

Don’t miss out on a grant for your business

East Hampshire businesses that can demonstrate a loss of income because of coronavirus have until midnight on Sunday (23 January) to apply for an Additional Restrictions Grant (ARG). These grants are primarily aimed at businesses that have been significantly financially impacted due to the Government’s response in December 2021 to the COVID-19 Omicron variant, introducing…

EHDC launches two new grants for struggling businesses

Two new grant schemes have been launched by East Hampshire District Council (EHDC) for businesses impacted by the current wave of coronavirus infections. The Omicron Hospitality and Leisure Grant (OHLG) is a one-off payment of up to £6,000 for hospitality and leisure businesses, depending on the rateable value of their business premises. The sorts of…

Tackling loneliness together in Hampshire

Loneliness can affect anyone at any point in their lives. Whether you are new to the area, or looking for people with similar interests, finding a group can be a big step for some of us, but it will help you feel more connected to others, which is good for mental wellbeing. You can find…

Recycling around the Christmas tree

After the presents have been unwrapped and the food is eaten, the Christmas holidays often leave us with a lot of rubbish – or is it recycling? Here are some helpful tips to ensure you waste less and recycle more this Christmas: Reuse old wrapping paper and make present labels using old Christmas cards. Avoid…

Don’t fall for a scam this Christmas

Residents in the district are being reminded to only use approved waste carriers when disposing of any unwanted items this Christmas. East Hampshire District Council is asking residents to help prevent fly-tipping by not using unlicensed waste collectors and to always follow the SCRAP code when hiring someone to take away their rubbish. Authorised and genuine firms,…

No changes to bin collections this Christmas

No changes to bin collections this Christmas period   Residents in the district are being asked to continue to put their bin out for collection by 7am on their usual collection day throughout the festive season.  There will be no changes to collection days for rubbish, recycling and glass, even if your usual collection day…