East Hampshire District Council
East Hampshire District Council provides a wide range of planning, housing, environmental and community services. It serves 112,000 residents who live in the 200 square miles that make up the district.
The council is made up of 44 councillors who are elected every four years. The next elections are in 2015.
As well as representing the interests of residents at ward level, councillors advocate local interests at regional, national and sometimes, international level.
EHDC has a strong belief in partnership and works with government, other local authorities, voluntary organisations and businesses to meet the needs of the district in as efficient and effective way as possible.
The council is currently developing a shared services approach. It shares a Chief Executive and management team with Havant Borough Council. It is also sharing the provison of refuse collection and recycling services with Winchester District Council.
For more information see http://www.easthants.gov.uk
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- Commonwealth Flag flies over Penns Place
- Local sporting achievements recognised at Sports Awards
- £20k boost to five East Hampshire community projects
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- Raising a flag to the Commonwealth as part of nationwide celebration
- Horndean by-election result
- Respect protected trees or face prosecution, warns EHDC
- EHDC car parks given £145,000 refurbishment
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- East Hampshire feels the effects of economic upturn