What is in my area?
Hampshire is a dynamic county, continuing development is essential for maintaining it's sustainability and prosperity. There are a number of existing mineral and waste sites that have received planning permission in Hampshire. These permissions can be limited to only operate for a number of years (temporary) or permanent. A list of existing, permitted sites, grouped by district or by mineral/waste planning authority are available in the Sites List which is available on the Facts and Figures webpage.
Planning applications are frequently received for changes or extensions to existing permissions as well as applications for new mineral or waste development.
You can get involved in the planning process by:
- responding to planning applications that are open for consultation;
- responding to new draft policy that guide the decision making process when it is under consultation;
- finding out whether a Liaison Panel for an existing permitted site exists; or
- signing up to our policy mailing list to be informed when new or revised policy information is out for consultation
To find out if any planning applications are currently being considered in or nearby your area of interest, as well as what areas might be affected by future development plans, select one of the links below.
By selecting one of the links above, you can:
Search planning applications received by the county council (i.e. for mineralor waste developments and County Council own developments, for example schools and libraries).
Read about minerals and waste planning policy including areas allocated for future mineral or waste development.
Find out about planning applications received by your district or borough council (i.e. for housing planning applications)
Neigbouring Mineral and Waste Planning Authorities
If you live on or near the boundary of Hampshire you may wish to understand what our neighbouring authorities are doing.