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As part of the Council's Play Area Improvement Programme, we would like to hear from local residents about what additional pieces of play equipment they would like to see at Warsash Recreation Ground play area.
Residents can choose three pieces of extra equipment in a consultation running until Friday 21 July. To make room for the new equipment the play area will be made slightly larger.
You can have your say by playing our fun design a play area game!
We are proposing to provide additional allotments on part of Stroud Green open space. At the moment, there are 50 occupied plots at the Stroud Green Allotments. We would like to add a further 35 plots on part of the green. There are currently 77 residents on the allotment waiting list all of whom live in the Stubbington/Hill Head area. The new allotments would allow more local residents to enjoy the benefits of allotment gardening.
We had explored the possibility of siting the allotments at Daedalus, however the poor soil quality there meant that it would not be suitable for allotment plots.
We understand that some people have been concerned about the whole open space being used for allotments. We can confirm that the allotments would only take up part of the open space with much of the current space remaining available to the public.
A new hedge and fence would separate the allotments from the open space and the current views of the fields to the east would not be affected. There may be opportunities for some small improvements to the open space e.g. benches but would like to know what you think before proceeding.
You can have your say using the comments form by Monday 26 June.
Due to the unforseen bad weather, the consultation event due to take place today, Tuesday 6 June, on Stroud Green open space has been rearranged. It will now take place on 20 June at Holy Rood Church between 4pm and 7pm.
Apologies for any inconvenience.
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