The report prepared by HARAH (the Hampshire Alliance for Rural Affordable Housing) on options for affordable housing in Compton was received by the Parish Council on Friday 1 February.
The report is a follow up to the public exhibition held in the Scout Hall on 30 November 2012 and contains a detailed analysis of the comments received.
It has been circulated to the chairs of residents’ associations in the parish and is available for download as a PDF.
Note: the document was received from HARAH as a Word file. It has been reformatted to have the page breaks in more sensible places with an automatically generated table of contents. The text has not been altered.
Note 2 Feb 2013: It was noticed that the two maps, on pages 10 and 65, purporting to show all potential sites in Compton actually omitted Site 5. The maps have been replaced. The original document had been formatted for US letter size paper and has now been reformatted for A4 paper.
The February 2013 Parish Magazine said:
As reported in last month’s issue, “HARAH’s draft report should still be available in time for the council’s 5 February 2013 meeting, which would allow councillors one month for deliberation and consultation before its meeting on 5 March 2013.”
We will publish the HARAH report on the parish website and share it with relevant residents’ associations. We encourage interested parties to send feedback on the report not later than the end of February so that Councillors can take all views into account when the Council’s initial response to HARAH is discussed at the 5th March PC meeting.
The full report is downloadable using the link above. Its initial two sections are reproduced here (click to display).
The Parish Council would welcome feedback on the HARAH report to help inform its own response to HARAH..