What We Do at Elvetham Heath Parish Council

Elvetham Heath Parish Council formally came into existence on 1st April 2010 and is made up of seven residents of Elvetham Heath who volunteer as Parish Councillors. Before 2010, services were provided by Hart District Council.

The Parish Council is responsible for provision and maintenance of many local amenities, including The Key Centre, tennis courts, allotments, children’s play areas, the village green and sports fields. A small amount of Council Tax (approx £65 per annum for a Band D house) comes to the Parish Council for this purpose.

We have one formal meeting every month and attend others as and when the need arises. Meetings are open to the public and anybody is welcome to attend. There is a public session at the start of each meeting, where you are invited to raise questions. The minutes and agendas are published on this website, with the agenda being available on the website and on Parish Council noticeboards inside and outside The Key Centre.

If you have any problems which you think the Parish Council can help with, you don’t need to wait for a meeting. You can email the Parish Office or any Councillor directly.

As we have to live within three miles of Elvetham Heath to serve on the Parish Council, we hope we are well placed to understand the needs of our community.