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MILFORD‐ON‐SEA PARISH COUNCIL The Old Clock House ‐ 22 High Street ‐ Milford‐on‐Sea ‐ Hampshire ‐ SO41 0QD


PARISH Website: milfordonsea.org.uk S  


Whilst the Parish Council awaits the final decision of the District Council to approve the funding for the Beach Hut Replacement Scheme, the Parish Council is invesgang the use of money from Developers’ Contribuons to enhance play facilies, for older children, at the Seafront, near the Needles Eye Café and exisng toddler playpark. A formal consultaon process, with displays and drop in sessions, will commence in the autumn. Local children are keen to see such facilies as a small skate park, zip wire and climbing walls/ frames and the Parish Council welcomes the views of the whole community before drawing up plans to submit to the landowners – New Forest District Council. Keep an eye on the next edion for more details or visit our website: www.milfordonsea.org.uk.


NEWS


Parish Clerk: Graham Wells Asst. Parish Clerk: Sarah Pi Tel/Fax: 01590 644410


Email: milfordpc@btconnect.com August/September 2016 K R F 


Renaissance Rerement Homes have recently submied a planning applicaon to New Forest District Council to build 9 rerement homes and 3 affordable family two‐bedroom homes on the old factory site at 2‐4 Keyhaven Road. Renaissance have also agreed to safeguard and upgrade the Parish Council – owned footpath which runs the length of this site and links Keyhaven Road with Grebe Close and on to Sturt Pond. Plans are available from the Parish Office and the planning pages of the District Council’s website.


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The annual audit of the Parish


Council’s accounts has been successfully completed and can be viewed and downloaded from the website: www.milfordonsea.org.uk/key‐achievements


Please menon The Village Voice when responding to adverts 35


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