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Hampshire Local Transport Plan 2011
Hampshire Safeguarding Children's Board
Have your say
Connect with your council. Details of how the council consults with its residents and opportunities to be consulted with
Hazardous Household Waste
Hazardous household waste can be taken to Marchwood tip.
HCC, Regional & National Transport Related Documents
A number of County, Regional and National documents and links are particularly relevant to transportation issues in the District.
HCC/NFDC published transport decisions
Health & Leisure
Health and Leisure Centres
Health and safety
Health and Wellbeing
We are involved in a wide range of activities to promote health in the District
The Health Walks initiative encourages walking as a regular form of exercise to improve and maintain physical health.
Residents who receive medical treatment at home can apply for a one off or regular collection of clinical waste.
Hedge Cutting and Shrub Bed Maintenance
High hedges and hedge removal
Hitting the Cold Spots campaign
Helping people to stay warm in Hampshire
Meals on Wheels
Home Energy Conservation Act 1995 (HECA)
Home Safety (Accidents)
Home Security Advice
Homesearch (Housing waiting list)
Homesearch (Join the waiting list)
HomeSearch Complaints and Appeals
Homeswap (Mutual Exchange)
Hot weather advice
Recycling is collected from all households in the New Forest every week in clear sacks.
New Forest District Council is committed to weekly rubbish collections. Black sacks can be used for normal, weekly rubbish that cannot be recycled.
Housing Advice for existing Tenants
Housing and Communities
Housing Benefit and Council Tax Reduction
How are planning applications processed?
How do I get information about a planning application, appeal or decision?
How do I submit a planning application?
How Employees Show Commitment