South East Hampshire Physical Disabilities
Hampshire County Council requires delivery of day support and care for people with physical disabilities in South East Hampshire. The service will play an important supporting role in maximising opportunities for wellbeing, improving quality of life and promoting independence.
Tender for Carers Services to support carers who care for a person living in Hampshire
Hampshire County Council requires delivery of Carers Services for carers who care for an adult living in Hampshire. The services will be divided into the following Lots: Lot 1 : - Carers Information and Advice service. Lot 2 : - Carers Emergency Planning service. Lot 3 : - Mental Health Carer Support Worker service.
Application for Approved Premises Licence
The Marriages (Approved Premises) Regulations 1995 The Marriage Act 1949 The Civil Partnership Act 2004 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an application has been received from Sir Harold Hillier Gardens in respect of Sir Harold Hillier Gardens for the licensing of 5 rooms as approved premises for civil marriages and civil partnerships.
PANEL OF PREFERRED PROVIDERS FOR DOMICILIARY CARE, SUPPORT SERVICES AND TAKE A BREAK
Hampshire County Council’s Adult Services Department has in place a high quality Panel of Preferred Providers for Domiciliary Care, Support Services and Take a Break (the ‘Panel Arrangement’ or ‘Panel’) from which it commissions some Domiciliary Care and Support Services. The Panel was established in 2011. The Panel Arrangement provides a list of contracted suppliers within which Adult Services can order a range of quality Domiciliary Care and Support Services from approved providers (at competitive prices) as the need arises. Inclusion on the Panel does not in itself guarantee work will be commissioned.
Temporary Road Closure - The Hampshire (Liphook Road, Bordon) (Temporary Road Closure) Order 2013.
A temporary road closure to allow for essential carriageway maintenance works to be carried out.
What are public notices?
Public notices are pieces of Local Government information that we traditionally placed as adverts within local papers. Now, we offer these same adverts online and in a free printed publication called the Hampshire Independent.
Find out more about public notices in the Hampshire Independent.