Brookvale Community Association

News on Planning


17/03487/FUL Motorway Service Area



Construction of a new Motorway Service Area to comprise an amenity building, lodge, drive thru coffee unit, associated car, coach, motorcycle, caravan, HGV and abnormal load parking, and a fuel filling station with retail shop, together with alterations to the adjoining roundabout on the M3 and slip roads to form an access point and works to the highway. Provision of landscaping, infrastructure and ancillary works | Land Adjacent To Junction 6 M3 Basingstoke Hampshire

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Planning Applications



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Supplementary Planning Document


The Heritage SPD has now been made available on their website. Click Here to find out more


All Council Consultations



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Allotment Consultations Results


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Article 4 Direction Commercial to Residential


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HCC Balancing the Budget


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Housing SPD Consultation Statement


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Changes to Bin Collections


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IMPORTANT: Register Your Vehicle To Gain Access To The Waste Tip At Wade Road



Or you will be charged per visit

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BDBC Priority List


Where our roads come in the BDBC priority list for parking improvement



For more information about the parking in residential areas programme or to request that your road is added to the programme, please email engineering@basingstoke.gov.uk


SHELAA Report


This is the council's latest land allocation document. It lists on the council website all documents and here we shall Appendix 4 which is most relevant to town centre and Brookvale.

Appendix 4: Opportunity Sites - sites identified within Settlement Policy Boundaries and/or previously developed land (including exception sites which are suitably advanced)

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Crime Priority Survey Update


The police has given an response to the priority survey after a large number of responses. They have stated that they intend to prioritize handling violent crimes over theft and criminal damage.

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