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This is the website of the

Crookham Village Parish Neighbourhood Plan

We are involving the community to form a sustainable plan to help protect the Parish of Crookham Village from uncontrolled development.

This affects you because you live in Crookham Village Parish and the parish includes the wards of Zebon Copse, Netherhouse Moor and the Old Village.



With many thanks to both the team that worked to compile and check the Neighbourhood Plan, and to everyone who took the time to speak with the team at events or to respond to the various consultations.


The Neighbourhood Plan has now been submitted to Hart District Council for further consultation and for independent examination. The Plan is therefore now subject to consultation between 10am 25th July and 4pm 5th September 2019, and all representations must be made to the District Council as set out below.  


Copies of the proposed Crookham Village Neighbourhood Plan and supporting documents (including the representation form/procedures to be followed in responding) are available to view on the Hart District Council website https://www.hart.gov.uk/crookham-village 



Hard copies (including representations forms) are also available for inspection during normal opening hours at:


Hart District Council's Offices, Harlington Way, Fleet, Hampshire, GU51 4AE


And at the following location:


Zebon Community Centre, Danvers Dr, Church Crookham, Fleet GU52 0ZE  


 Opening hours: Monday and Tuesday, 0900 – 1500, Wednesday, 0845 – 1445, Thursday, 0930 – 1445, Friday, 0930 – 1145




Copies of the Neighbourhood Plan are also available here





How this affects you

A Neighbourhood Plan establishes general planning policies for the development and use of land in a neighbourhood, like:

  • where new homes, leisure facilities and business premises should be built
  • what type of development they should be and what they should look like

The plan can be detailed or general, depending on what local people want. Neighbourhood Plans allow local people to get the right type of development for their community, but the plans must still meet the needs of the wider area and fit with the Hart District Council Local Plan when it is completed.