Neighbourhood Plan Site
New plans have been proposed for the dwellings on land south of Coombe Road, one of our Neighbourhood Plan sites. To view these plans, and to comment, please go to:
https://planningpublicaccess.southdowns.gov.uk/online-applications/ and search for reference number SDNP/19/06024/FUL
Hampshire County Council Automated Traffic Survey:
From 2nd - 8th October, Hampshire County Council installed equipment at 3 entry points to the village to measure the number and speed of vehicles entering and leaving East Meon over that period. Please click on https://www.eastmeonpc.org.uk/community/east-meon-parish-council-15063/speed-restriction-signs/ for an analysis of the data collected by the equipment. If you've any questions, please contact Cllr Steven Ridgeon ([email protected]). Next steps will be to use this information, and many other inputs, to work with Hampshire County Council on initiatives to reduce vehicle speeds in our village. This will be co-ordinated by Cllr Tom Tyrwhitt-Drake ([email protected]).
Parish Council response to Government White Paper: Planning for the Future.
To view the Parish Council's response please visit https://www.eastmeonpc.org.uk/community/east-meon-parish-council-15063/planning-news/
The Parish Council has now submitted its response to the planning application for the Neighbourhood Plan south of Coombe Road. You can read it on the SDNPA Planning Portal or under the Planning/Neighbourhood Plan tab on this website.
Welcome to East Meon Parish Council. The historic parish of East Meon is located six miles to the west of Petersfield, Hampshire. It lies in a wide valley, bounded on its southern and eastern sides by the South Downs. The River Meon rises from a source to the south of the village and then flows through the village centre.
East Meon was an important Minster and Hundred in Saxon times. Both before and after the Norman Conquest it was a Manor of the Bishops of Winchester, who built the magnificent parish church of All Saints and the mediaeval manor house, The Court House. The village contains a number of ancient hall houses. It was chosen to be the ‘Domesday Village’ in 1986.
East Meon Parish Council hold 6 meetings a year which take place in the Church Hall at 6.30pm. All Parishioners are welcome to attend and the agenda for each meeting is available on the website and also on the village noticeboard. In addition to the regular meetings, the Annual Parish Assembly will take place in April.
For any information about events and news within our village and local services and businesses, please visit our community and parish magazine website meonmatters.com
For any information about planned roadworks in the Parish, please visit www.roadworks.org
For any information about the Parish Council, please contact the Parish Clerk - [email protected]