At Whitehill Town Council our key roles are:

  • Allotments – 1 site located at Mill Chase and 1 site located at Savile Crescent
  • Benches & grit bins
  • Bordon Inclosure
  • Bus shelters
  • Community grants
  • Consultee on local planning applications – the council review planning applications and report back to the planning authority. The majority of the area falls within East Hampshire District Council, but there is a small pocket within the South Downs National Park.
  • Deadwater Valley Nature Reserve – managed by the Deadwater Valley Trust
  • Hollybrook Pond and dipping platform
  • Local Council offices
  • Parks, Playgrounds & Open spaces
    • Cypress Road – kick wall and basketball net
    • Fernlea open space
    • Fir Grove playground
    • Grafton Close open space
    • Jubilee Park & BMX track
    • Knaves Mire (Laundry Field)
    • Mill Chase Recreational Ground, Pavilion & playground
    • Malmesbury Road – kick wall and basketball net
    • St Lucia Lodge open space
    • Sutton Field playground at Whitehill Village Hall
    • The skatepark at Budds Lane
  • The planters. 3 of which are located at the cross roads near the Eco Station and 3 planters by Whitehill Village Hall
  • War Memorial

You may also find useful ‘Which Council Does What’, which lists the responsibilities of Hampshire County CouncilEast Hampshire District Council and Whitehill Town Council.

The What, How, Why & Who of Parish & Town Councils

What is the town council? How can you get involved? Why are things done in a certain way? Who can you go to for further help and advice?

The Get Involved : Get Informed guide has been developed for people across Hampshire to explore Local Democracy.