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Elections 2016: Winchester candidatesWINCHESTER CITY COUNCIL ELECTIONS ALRESFORD AND ITCHEN VALLEY WARD Keith Diva
Elections 2016: Winchester candidates
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted yesterday
WINCHESTER CITY COUNCIL ELECTIONS ALRESFORD AND ITCHEN VALLEY WARD Keith Divall, Liberal Democrat Russell Gordon-Smith, Liberal Democrat Kim Gottlieb, Conservative Lisa Griffiths, Conservative Ernie Jeffs, Conservative James Leppard,... Read more
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Tennis Festival on Winchester High Streetareas. There was also a variety of tennis related activities for people to enj
Tennis Festival on Winchester High Street
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
areas. There was also a variety of tennis related activities for people to enjoy. Head of Sport and Physical Activity at Winchester City Council Amanda Ford said: “These events are the perfect opportunity for families to have fun, playing tennis,... Read more
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Controversial plan to keep KFC in Winchester open untill 4am refuseddisorder will be met." After the meeting Michael Coker-Davies, said: "I am ver
Controversial plan to keep KFC in Winchester open untill 4am refused
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
disorder will be met." After the meeting Michael Coker-Davies, said: "I am very pleased with the decision hopefully this is a turning curve with Winchester City Council looking after its residents ahead of the license trade and the fast food tra... Read more
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Controversial plan to keep KFC in Winchester open till 4am refuseddisorder will be met." After the meeting Michael Coker-Davies, said: "I am ver
Controversial plan to keep KFC in Winchester open till 4am refused
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
disorder will be met." After the meeting Michael Coker-Davies, said: "I am very pleased with the decision hopefully this is a turning curve with Winchester City Council looking after its residents ahead of the license trade and the fast food tra... Read more
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More public consultation on new sports centre plans for Winchesterthey will ensure the public gets its say on plans that could see a new multi-mi
More public consultation on new sports centre plans for Winchester
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
they will ensure the public gets its say on plans that could see a new multi-million pound leisure centre for the city. Winchester City Council leader Stephen Godfrey faced a number of questions on the next steps in the possible replacement of... Read more
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Delays to repaving in Winchester High Streetand Square. Cllr Ian Tait said two separate patches areas of tarmac that had b
Delays to repaving in Winchester High Street
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
and Square. Cllr Ian Tait said two separate patches areas of tarmac that had been left for more than six months. He asked Winchester City Council in a meeting of full council what rules contractors had to follow when working in this area. Leader... Read more
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Sixteen councillors to step down at city council election on May 5WINCHESTER City Council is to lose 16 members at the upcoming election. The co
Sixteen councillors to step down at city council election on May 5
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
WINCHESTER City Council is to lose 16 members at the upcoming election. The council bid farewell to some of its longstanding members, recognising each one at the latest full council meeting. Councillors have decided not to stand for re-election in... Read more
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New team for big schemes an "insult" to council staffin the Silver Hill development saga. In a heated debate one member pleaded wit
New team for big schemes an "insult" to council staff
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
in the Silver Hill development saga. In a heated debate one member pleaded with fellow councillors on the Conservative-led Winchester City Council to stop looking for someone to blame. Cllr Rose Burns, who had proposed the motion was seconded by... Read more
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Revamped battlefields at Winchester City Council for electionsTHE battlegrounds at Winchester City Council have undergone a major revamp for
Revamped battlefields at Winchester City Council for elections
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 15 days ago
THE battlegrounds at Winchester City Council have undergone a major revamp for the elections on May 5. Every seat is being contested with the number of wards dropping from 26 to 16 and councillors falling from 57 to 45. All the single member wards,... Read more
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Owslebury pub faces uncertain futureThe leaseholder of the Ship Inn has told Winchester City Council they want to t
Owslebury pub faces uncertain future
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
The leaseholder of the Ship Inn has told Winchester City Council they want to transfer the lease of the pub. The Greene King-owned pub already has some protection against future development as it was added to the councils list of ‘Assets of... Read more
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Council bosses quizzed over River Park Leisure Centre consultationthey will ensure the public gets its say on plans that could see a new multi-mi
Council bosses quizzed over River Park Leisure Centre consultation
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
they will ensure the public gets its say on plans that could see a new multi-million pound leisure centre for the city. Winchester City Council leader Stephen Godfrey faced a number of questions on the next steps in the possible replacement of... Read more
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Archaeological dig at site of King Alfred's last known resting placeof Winchester's Archaeology department, who has directed over 40 test pit proje
Archaeological dig at site of King Alfred's last known resting place
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
of Winchester's Archaeology department, who has directed over 40 test pit projects in Oxford. It has the approval of the Winchester City Council Archaeologist with the objectives of identifying the location and properties of the south end of the... Read more
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Councillor calls for stronger action against housing developersbuild enough affordable homes, saying they must not be seen as a "soft touch".
Councillor calls for stronger action against housing developers
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
build enough affordable homes, saying they must not be seen as a "soft touch". Cllr Martin Tod's proposal put before Winchester City Council was to address some developers not meeting the council's rules for 40 per cent affordable housing in... Read more
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Fewer student houses on Winchester estate than feared, survey findsChard let her house to students and moved to Badger Farm. A clampdown on HMOs
Fewer student houses on Winchester estate than feared, survey finds
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
Chard let her house to students and moved to Badger Farm. A clampdown on HMOs (article 4) is due to be introduced by Winchester City Council in May, forcing landlords to apply for planning permission before they convert family... Read more
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CHRONICLE LEADER: Strange decision on BoomTownTHE recent decision by officers at Winchester City Council to refuse the increa
CHRONICLE LEADER: Strange decision on BoomTown
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
THE recent decision by officers at Winchester City Council to refuse the increase in numbers at BoomTown music festival does seem odd. The council says the application to alter the licence to increase numbers from 50,000 to 60,000 people should be... Read more
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Blow for BoomTown expansion plansof the annual event held near Winchester wanted permission to increase numbers
Blow for BoomTown expansion plans
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
of the annual event held near Winchester wanted permission to increase numbers by 10,000 from the current 50,000. But Winchester City Council refused amid fears of increased traffic issues and crime and disorder. Peveril Bruce, the owner of... Read more
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Alresford restaurant could lose alcohol licensenot be supplied to people having takeaways, or snacks and that CCTV footage be
Alresford restaurant could lose alcohol license
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 22 days ago
not be supplied to people having takeaways, or snacks and that CCTV footage be available for 14 days. Mr Ruffell asked the Winchester City Council licensing panel to take into account that this was the first problem with the venue in 23 years... Read more
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Alresford restaurant could lose alcohol licenseit has broken licensing rules by selling drinks that were drunk off the premise
Alresford restaurant could lose alcohol license
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 22 days ago
it has broken licensing rules by selling drinks that were drunk off the premises and not with meals. A report ahead of Winchester City Council details an alleged assault outside the West Street restaurant in January. It said the injured man... Read more
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City council offering grants for cultural eventsA grant scheme for festivals, major cultural events and arts activities is back
City council offering grants for cultural events
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 26 days ago
A grant scheme for festivals, major cultural events and arts activities is back by popular demand. Winchester City Council is offering grants of up to £2,000 for projects that meet the aims and aspirations of Winchester District's Cultural... Read more
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Former fire station in Bishop's Waltham is set to be turned into office spaceonce a fire station and the White Swan pub. They were converted into flats and
Former fire station in Bishop's Waltham is set to be turned into office space
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 28 days ago
once a fire station and the White Swan pub. They were converted into flats and a three bedroom house back in 2007. But Winchester City Council planners have now approved a change of use from residential to professional services. Nine letters... Read more
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Registration for Cycle Winchester Criterium and CycleFest 2016 opensin one of many Winchester coffee shops and watch the racing go by.” Amanda For
Registration for Cycle Winchester Criterium and CycleFest 2016 opens
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 28 days ago
in one of many Winchester coffee shops and watch the racing go by.” Amanda Ford, Head of Sport and Physical Activity at Winchester City Council, concluded: “As well as welcoming top riders to our city and being inspired by the racing, the... Read more
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Thousands affected by voting card printing errorthrough the post received proxy voting cards, and people voting through proxy v
Thousands affected by voting card printing error
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted a month ago
through the post received proxy voting cards, and people voting through proxy voting cards received postal voting cards. Winchester City Council is aware of the issue, a statement on their website says: “Due to an error by the Council’s printing... Read more
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Council red tape blocks man's dream moveMAN'S dream of returning to the place where he grew up has been blocked by coun
Council red tape blocks man's dream move
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 1 months ago
MAN'S dream of returning to the place where he grew up has been blocked by council red tape. Stephen Veck had applied to Winchester City Council to build a new home on land that his family had lived on for four generations in a cottage off... Read more

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