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Netley Marsh Parish Council

Welcome to the Netley Marsh Parish Council website

Netley Marsh is a small village in the New Forest.  Close to Southampton and the M27 yet the village is very rural in character.

We hope you find the information in the menus on the left useful. 

Next Parish Council meeting 20 November 2019 - Planning 7.15 pm to be immediately followed by the monthly meeting at approx 7.45 pm at Netley Marsh Community Hall SO40 7GE  

Have you used the Gym Equipment near the play area yet?  The Council encourages residents to use the equipment provided - have fun and improve your health at the same time

There are currently Outlook rounds where new deliverers are needed - we would be very grateful if someone local would volunteer to deliver in the future. It is just 3 times a year, the copies are delivered to your home.

Please contact Cllr Jackie Shaw Tel: 023 8081 3117 email jacquieshaw100nmpc@hotmail.com

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To see your local footpaths use this link - path numbers will come up when you click on a path which makes it easy to report a problem http://localviewmaps.hants.gov.uk/LocalViewmaps/Sites/ROWOnline

There are proposals for major development in the north of the Parish of Netley Marsh adjoining the Totton & Eling TC boundary, see http://www.nfdc.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=36640&p=0 

NHS West Hampshire Commissioning Group and NHS Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust advise that: Evening and weekend appointments are now available

You can book an appointment to see a GP, nurse or other healthcare professional in the evening or at the weekend from a local Primary Care Access hub.  Your local hub is The Practice Primary Care Access hub, Lymington Hospital, Lymington,  SO41 8QD You can book an appointment on 01590 630 545 or for urgent appointments ring NHS 111 or speak to your practice receptionist

Please remember Dogs are NOT ALLOWED on the Recreation Ground

Speedwatch 

PCSO Richard Williams would be pleased to hear from volunteers who would be interested in training to become speedwatch volunteers to monitor traffic speed in the Parish.  Please contact richard by email  richard.williams@hampshire.pnn.police.uk or phone  07554 775 469

Do remember there is Defibrillator at the Community Hall

For information on High Speed Broadband and Pot Holes, see below

Any member of the public requiring a matter to be considered by the Parish Council, should ideally inform the Clerk 7 days prior to the next meeting so that it can be included on the agenda.  Any item brought to the Parish Council meeting without prior notification may be added to the following meetings agenda.


NB: The Parish Council meetings are usually held from 7.15 pm on the 3rd Wednesday of each month (except August), in Netley Marsh (note December meetings are held on, 2nd Wednesday

Hampshire County Council is rolling out superfast broadband across the region.

It enables people to get internet speeds of 24Megabits per second or more - making streaming TV, working from home, online banking and shopping, and gaming a lot easier - to name just some of the benefits.

To find out if you're included in the rollout you can use this postcode checker on the Hampshire Superfast Broadband website and register to be told when it's available in your area at: www.hampshiresuperfastbroadband.com/myparish/

Pot Holes:

Once a Pot hole is reported to the County Council, any damage resulting from it can be the subject of a compensation claim.  To report pot holes go to http://roadenquiries.hants.gov.uk/roadproblems/highwaydefect/pothole.aspx

Footpath 5, Loperwood to Loperwood Lane.  The Parish Council is applying for this footpath to be upgraded to a bridleway.  Your views on this should be sent to the Clerk to the Parish Council, Kilderkin, Lea Road, Blackfield SO45 1YW netleymarshpc@parish.hants.gov.uk

Have you an empty house?  If so please see  http://www.newforest.gov.uk/emptyhomes

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Code of Conduct: Councillors agreed to accept the New Forest District Council code of Conduct July 2012 - for details of the code see

http://www.newforest.gov.uk/article/1651


Electoral Registration follow this link

http://www.newforest.gov.uk/electoralservices/