You can read the feedback about previous consultations on the closed consultations page.
The Council is asking for comments until Friday 8 December on our Draft Local Plan (14 MB). This is the first opportunity for comment on the new Local Plan. There will be further opportunities to comment as this Plan advances, which are set out in our current timetable.
This Draft Local Plan sets out potential policies and opportunities for development in the Borough i.e. proposed sites in the Council's preferred development strategy.
The ultimate purpose of a Local Plan, once adopted, is to establish how much housing and land for employment will be needed and where it will go, alongside protecting and enhancing the environment and delivering infrastructure. It will be used to determine planning applications.
It is important to highlight that the Draft Local Plan contains the Council's proposed policies and allocations for consultation. Nothing has been decided yet.
You can comment on the Draft Local Plan and on the dedicated consultation page.
Fareham Borough Council has held Exhibitions and Community Action Team (CAT) meetings during October and November for residents to attend to find out more about the Draft Local Plan 2036.
The Draft 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.
The Exhibitions ran from 2-6pm, whilst the CAT meetings took place from 7-8.30pm, with the exception of Warsash, whereby an extra meeting was held from 8.40-10.10pm (due to the first meeting being fully booked). This is a list of where the Meeting and Exhibitions took place.
In addition there will be an extra Exhibition being held 3pm - 7pm on Tuesday 21 November at Ferneham Hall, Fareham.
Traffic management consultations within Fareham Borough are available to view on the Hampshire County Council web portal .
We often ask you questions about equality as part of consultation. If you want to know why this is or whether you should answer them the 'why should I answer these questions' (26 KB) leaflet should help.
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