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2015/05/24 14:01
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BISHOP'S Waltham residents will be asked for their views this summer on new guidelines encouraging developers to respect the town's character. A design statement suggesting ways housing and business...
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2015/05/21 22:01
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CITY bosses have the chance to ditch the Silver Hill scheme’s controversial developer in 11 days’ time after they agreed not to extend their deal with TIAA Henderson Real Estate. Winchester City...
2015/05/20 15:01
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IT is the cycle cafe and social enterprise which started as a Hampshire teenager's daydream. But after months of work and industry support, Winchester's Handle Bar Cafe looks set to become...
2015/05/19 15:01
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COUNCIL chiefs are banding together to cut down roadside litter after guideline changes led to complaints of mounting rubbish. The A34 and A303 were left noticeably dirtier in spring after severe...
2015/05/19 13:01
2015/05/19 13:01
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Winchester City Council tenants will get the chance to catch up with their local housing officers as part of a district-wide initiative. The Tenant Involvement Team have organised Streetmeets to take...
2015/05/13 09:01
2015/05/13 09:01
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WINCHESTER residents are set to do their bit to help those affected by two devastating earthquakes in Nepal. More than eight million people have been affected since the 7.8 magnitude struck western...
2015/05/11 08:01
2015/05/11 08:01
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A NEW scheme has been launched to support cultural events and activities in the Winchester district. The city council will award individual grants up to £2,000 on a first-come first-served basis,...
2015/05/08 16:01
2015/05/08 16:01
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THE Conservatives have taken a firm hold of power on Winchester City Council with a string of victories across the district. The party increased their majority to 11 seats, taking two from the...
2015/05/06 10:01
2015/05/06 10:01
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THREE Hampshire villages have received hundreds of pounds towards documents aiming to improve their quality of life. Winchester City Council gave Bishop's Waltham and Soberton councils £500 each...
2015/05/05 07:01
2015/05/05 07:01
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EFFORTS to save Upham’s last village shop have been given a boost by city chiefs as they gave locals breathing room to prepare a takeover bid. Lower Upham Village Stores and Post Office will now be...
2015/05/01 08:01
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RECORD numbers visited a Winchester exhibition displaying essential items that can be made from cans, old tyres and other discarded rubbish, organisers have said. Almost 5,000 people visited Trash to...
2015/04/30 12:01
2015/04/30 12:01
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WINCHESTER civic chiefs have reassured residents after confusion over postal voting for the May 7 elections. Some voters have said the instructions are unclear over which envelope to use for their...
2015/04/30 08:01
2015/04/30 08:01
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PRESSURE is mounting on the developer behind the Silver Hill scheme to prove how they can afford to revive an old version of the project amid fears it has breached trust with Winchester City...
2015/04/29 08:01
2015/04/29 08:01
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FESTIVAL lovers have been given a financial boost with a new grant aimed at promoting cultural events across Winchester district. Winchester City Council has introduced a new scheme for arts...
2015/04/29 08:01
2015/04/29 08:01
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MORE than 30 community figures have met to devise fresh ways of tackling declining engagement in Stanmore. Representatives from schools, community groups, charities, local authorities and Winchester...
2015/04/28 08:01
2015/04/28 08:01
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WINCHESTER Labour Party has launched a survey to help members decide their stance on the Silver Hill scheme. Local members set up stall in the High Street to gauge public feeling over the troubled...
2015/04/28 07:01
2015/04/28 07:01
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WINCHESTER planners have been "blackmailed" into approving the felling of a protected tree in order to avoid up to £90,000 in compensation payouts, a meeting heard. An 18m-tall oak in Colden Common...
2015/04/25 15:01
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HUNDREDS of children won’t be going to their parents’ first choice school after Hampshire education bosses allocated school spaces for the next academic year, writes Ed Stilliard and Charlotte...
2015/04/24 18:01
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TIAA Henderson Real Estate was refused leave to appeal a High Court decision which quashed its controversial changes to the £165 million development. Henderson, which sparked a storm of protest last...
2015/04/24 11:01
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CONTROVERSIAL plans to build up to 57 homes on a piece of Kings Worthy countryside have been rejected by Winchester City Council. Hostile opposition by residents has seen off developer Drew Smith’s...
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