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As part of our Neighbourhood Plan we need to know what kind of housing you would like to see in our parish. We would be most grateful if you could fill in this short survey.

When filling it in think about what you might need not just now but in the future? Would you like to downsize and stay in parish? Or upsize with more space.  Would mobility friendly accomodation be helpful?  Do you think we need more affordable housing? 

We will also be looking at designs for housing which is also important.

Your answers will form part of the evidence we submit to create a policy which TVBC will have to give the same weighting as the overall Local Plan.

Many thanks


Housing Need Survey - Amport Parish


Neighbourhood Planning Community Engagement.

Save the date. The next ‘drop in’ event is on Tuesday 27 Feb 24 from 4-5pm at Amport School (timing to meet their request and location as ideal for Amport residents). Please come and meet the team, better understand the NP issues and learn about our plans to write the NP.


Amport Parish Council will not tolerate any abuse or harassment of any staff or volunteers involved with their organisation and where necessary any details of abuse will be passed to the relevant authority.


This website is specifically for Parish Council details and news. For all other Amport Community details please visit Amport Village - Official Community Website

Amport Parish Council meet on the third Monday of each month except August & December.

In 2024 meetings will take place at Amport School and start at 7.30 pm. All meetings are open to the public.

There are ten members of the Council each has been appointed as a Councillor and has an area of responsibility: -

Councillor Chris Harris- Chairman & responsibility for the Village Green & The Fen.

Councillor Stephen Coke- Vice Chair & responsibility for finance, principle & process.

Councillor Sally Baker - responsibility for resilience planning & school liaison. 

Councillor Alan Montagu - responsibility as Solar Farm liaison officer 

Councillor Tessa Hawkings-Byass Projects Officer, footpaths officer, communication & newsletter

Councillor Peter Harvey- Projects Officer & children's play area

Councillor Diana Stephenson responsibility for neighbourhood planning/Village design statement/parish plan.

Vacant- responsibility for highways and Young Persons Representative

Councillor Peter Waller- responsibility for resilience planning

Councillor Clare Hemmings- Neighbourhood Plan steering committee, Weyhill representative

Councillor Derek Douch- Weyhill representative

All Councillors also consider any planning applications arising in the parish.

Janet Wright is acting as Southern Water liaison officer.

If you are unable to attend a meeting but would like to raise a concern, please contact the Clerk by email [email protected]  or by telephone on 01264 773796

Councillor Register of Interests

All Councillors are expected to complete register of interest declarations and full details can be seen by following the link to TVBC website below

Test Valley Borough Council