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Safer New Forest
Tackling crime, disorder, anti-social behaviour and alcohol and drug misuse. Reducing the fear of crime
School Travel Plans and Safer Routes
Security and Regulation
Selling to the Council - Awarded Contracts
Selling to the Council - Forthcoming Contracts
Selling to the Council Guide
This Guide has been prepared to help you understand how the Council goes about buying the services that it needs, to encourage as wide a supply market as possible and to introduce you to a potential new market.
Selling Your House?
Why not get a Free Home Energy Check First?
Services for older people
Services to help and support older people in communities
Setting your rent level and service charges
Southern Home Energy Conservation Action Network
Sheltered and Supported Housing
Sites and Premises
The New Forest has a wide range of business types on numerous sites across the District. This page provides background on existing and development sites as well as providing details of a property search for business looking to (re)locate within the Forest.
Skin Piercing and Special Treatments
Acupuncture, tattooing, ear-piercing, electrolysis
Smoke Free Legislation
Information on smoke-free legislation and on giving up smoking
Solent Dynamic Coast Project
Solent Green Deal
Southampton Port Berths 201/2 Quay Wall Reconstruction
Speaking at Meetings - 'Having your Say'
Specific Issue groups
Sports, Clubs and Centres
The following pages contain a variety of information relating to sport, healthy lifestyles and the leisure facilities available in the New Forest.
High standards of conduct promote a sense of ethical well-being within a Council, ensure probity in decision-making, and improve confidence in local democracy and the public image of local government.
Statement of Community Involvement
New Forest District Local Development Framework
Stray Dogs and other Animals
I have lost or found a dog, what do I do?
Street cleaning programme
We are committed to keeping our towns and villages free of litter to make the New Forest a clean and pleasant place to live. We do this by using a combination of mechanical and manual sweeping on a regular basis.
Street Cleansing and Grounds Maintenance
The Grounds Maintenance and Street Cleansing teams work hard to keep the New Forest area a clean, green and pleasant place to live and visit
Street Market Cleaning
Street Markets, Locations and Times
Supplementary Planning Documents and other guidance
As and when Resident Involvement surveys are published they will be available to complete on this page.
Energy - using it, saving it, producing it
What is swine flu?
Switch Hampshire saves New Forest residents time and money