The Hartley Wintney Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group have provided a response to Hart as input to their Local Plan sonsultation process and it can be viewed by using the link below.

Response to Hart Local Plan Consultation

Hart launch major Local Plan consultation

Hart District Council has launched a consultation inviting views on what approach the Council should take in delivering new homes up to 2032.
There will be a mailshot sent to all Hartley Wintney households that provides more information and you should receive this soon. The consultation is only open from 27 November 2015 until 15 January 2016 so please take the time to review what Hart are proposing and respond to the Hart Housing Options consultatation as described below.

As part of our ongoing Neighbourhood Plan development a formal response will be made by the Steering Group reflecting the views and inputs that we have received from the village to date..

Hart have produced 3 documents which provide background detail on:
- Refined Options. This provides more detail on what type of housing may be required and what approaches are available to the Council for their delivery.

- Sites booklet. This goes into more detail on which particular sites may help you meet needs into the future      

- Vision and priorities. This sets out the objectives in building into the future

Cllr Stephen Parker, Leader of Hart District Council, said:
“I urge local residents and community groups to take part in this Local Plan consultation. To help you, we are producing a summary leaflet shortly to help you make your comments, this supplements the 3 documents that accompany this consultation which provide the best information. We really want to hear the communities and residents views, as this is a real opportunity for the people of Hart to help shape the development of our district for the future decades.” 

The consultation documents are available at

Please use the online survey via for feedback.

After this consultation stage, the Council will move forward to a draft Local Plan consultation in the summer of 2016, before finalising it and submitting it for public examination by an independent Planning Inspector.