Listening to your views is essential to the Council providing better services. One of the ways we listen to residents is by holding public meetings, known as Community Action Team (CAT) meetings. The meetings are a great way to keep up to date with what is going on in your local area and on hot topics.
The report of the Ferneham Hall meeting is available here (254 KB).
We said we would get answers to all the questions asked at the meeting. These are can be found in the report above.
Summaries of the presentations are in the report, the full presentations are below:
Gwennan Harrison Jones (1 MB) (Cams Hill School)
These are the results of the table top survey (517 KB) on people's experience of anti-social behaviour in the town centre
For any queries please contact email@example.com or call 01329 824409.
Many CAT meetings take place when there is a local 'hot topic' that is of interest to residents taking place at a crunch time. If you have an issue or any questions about the CAT meetings please contact email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone the consultation team on 01329 824409.
Summer 2019 (CAT) Meetings have now finished
Prior to each meeting, residents were invited to attend exhibitions from 2.30-6pm. This gave them an opportunity to ask Planning Officers questions and talk to Engagement Officers about the Issues and Options for future development in the forthcoming Local Plan.
Monday 15 July 2019, 7-8:30pm - Ferneham Hall, Fareham, Presentation [PDF] (160 KB) and Meeting Notes (193 KB)
In addition to the Community Action Team (CAT) meetings, 'Pop-up' exhibitions took place across the Borough where residents were able to find out more about the 'Have your say on the future of Fareham' consultation. These took place in Locks Heath Shopping Centre, Portchester Shopping Precinct, West Street Fareham Town Centre and Stubbington Green. Planning Officers and Engagement Officers attended and answered questions from the public.
For further information about this consultation, please visit our closed consultation page.
In response to concerns raised by residents and local businesses a special CAT meeting was held on Wednesday 12 June about drug use in the town centre, the issues this causes and the positive steps that are being taken by community safety partners.
The meeting was a chance for residents and businesses to raise their concerns, find out what the Council, Police and other agencies are doing to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour associated with drug use and discuss how everyone can work together to keep the town centre a safe place to visit.
The meeting was being held in the Octagon Room, Ferneham Hall from 6-7:30pm on Wednesday 12 June, and it was attended by approximately 140 residents.
For more information about the CAT meeting, please contact email@example.com or call the Consultation and Engagement team on 01329 824335.
The Council held a Community Action Team (CAT) meeting at Fareham Innovation Centre on 7 March to discuss the vision for Daedalus over the next 3-5 years. The notes and presentation from the CAT meeting are listed below:
The Council held two Community Action Team (CAT) meetings to discuss the planning application for the Welborne Garden Village. The notes and presentations from the CAT meetings are listed below:
Exhibitions were also held before the meeting from 6-7pm where residents had an opportunity to read the banners in detail and ask Officers questions. . The CAT meetings lasted from 7-8.30pm. Exhibition banners were also on display at Fareham Shopping Centre until March 1st.
Fareham Borough Council held Exhibitions and Community Action Team (CAT) meetings during October and November about the review of the Borough's Draft Local Plan 2036 by attending the CAT meetings and Exhibitions.
The Local Plan looks at housing, employment space, and places where retail and leisure facilities should be provided. It also earmarks areas to be protected, such as countryside, community and leisure buildings, and open spaces.
At the exhibitions and meetings residents have found out about proposals for the local area and had the opportunity to speak directly to planning officers and Councillors. Notes from the Meetings is accessible by hyperlink below.
A CAT meeting on the topic of the two planning applications submitted by the National Grid took place at Holy Rood Church on 24 July. The applications include the detailed designs for the IFA2 converter station and a new area of public open space to be created around the converter station site. Around 160 people attended the meeting. A presentation provided information on the applications and the ways that people can have their say.
The Council has received an outline planning application (reference P/17/0266/OA) from Buckland Development Limited for up to 6,000 homes for Welborne Garden Village. We hosted the following Community Action Team (CAT) Meetings for residents to find out more about the application and ask questions:
Persimmon Homes has appealed the Council's decision to refuse its planning application to develop land and proposal to build up to 120 homes with access from Cranleigh Road, along with public open space and a play area.
A CAT meeting to discuss the appeal took place on Monday 17 October at Wicor Primary School, Portchester from 7-8pm.
For more information about the application itself and the appeal process please visit the Cranleigh Road, Portchester planning application webpage.
17 October 2017 - Wicor Primary School Meeting Notes (52 KB)
A planning application from National Grid has been submitted in respect of their planned energy infrastructure project, IFA2.
A CAT meeting to discuss the application took place on Monday 23 May at Holy Rood Church, Stubbington from 6-7:30pm.