education Hampshire

Living and working in Hart

  • The district of Hart lies in the north east of Hampshire, and is named after the River Hart which runs through it.  It has a population of around 93,000 residents. Fleet, Hartley Wintney, Hook, Odiham and Yateley are some of the district’s principal towns and villages.

    There are great transport links, as the A30 and M3 runs through Hart and the M4 is close by, and strong rail links to London and the South.

  • Hart River

Hart is one of the richest and least deprived areas in the UK and has been voted the UK’s most desirable place to live for the fifth year running!

  • More about the area

    The area has several nature reserves and wildlife areas to enjoy, such as Fleet Pond and Hartley Wintney Commons; as well as leisure facilities such as the Hart Leisure Centre. Basingstoke Canal runs through the area and is popular for walking, cycling, boating and fishing. The ruins of King John’s Castle, in Odiham, is also a popular historical landmark.

    • Visit Hampshire (external link) has further information on the unmissable attractions in and around the area.

    • If you’re outside the area, you might want to see Hampshire County Council’s pages on Moving to Hampshire – the complete guide to information on the local area, including health, childcare and education.

  • Housing

    Help to Buy South sets out different schemes for low cost home ownership. They are designed to help people in different situations find lasting and affordable ways of entering the property market in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. More details and a buyer's guide can be found on their website.

    Homes to privately rent are usually advertised in local newspapers or via local lettings agents.

    Further information, including affordable housing preferred providers in the area, can be found at on the Hart District Council housing pages.


Local Pages

Hart District Council website (external link)

Hart District Council housing pages (external link)

Current Vacancies in Hart Map