Rowlands Castle Parish
The Parish is located on the border of Hampshire and West Sussex, just off the A3(M), and partially within the South Downs National Park. The main village of Rowlands Castle has a primary school, a surgery and adjoining pharmacy, a café, a variety of shops and pubs, and a railway station on the main London-Portsmouth train line...
The Parish Council is an elected corporate body in the first tier of local government. It is granted powers, and is subject to regulation, by Parliament. It has the authority to raise money through taxation (the Precept) and the power to spend public money in accordance with its powers...
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To alert the Parish Council to issues it has the powers to resolve, ie on land for which it is responsible, please use the link below for our online report form. For other concerns please see the list and relevant links on the page itself.
What do you think of the East Hants District Boundary Review? Posted Nov 02, 2017 By Lisa Walker
Amongst the proposals is a recommendation to include parts of Horndean in Rowlands Castle Ward. The Local Government Boundary Commission is consulting on its draft
Will you be affected by South Western Railway’s Proposed Timetable Changes? Posted Oct 31, 2017 By Lisa Walker
The changes include some significant alterations to the times and frequency of train services which will affect most passengers using Rowlands Castle Station, including commuters,
‘Oaklands II’ Consultation Exhibition on Traffic Calming Proposals 19 September Posted Sep 13, 2017 By Lisa Walker
All residents and other interested parties are urged to attend a Consultation Exhibition regarding proposals for traffic calming measures on Whichers Gate Road associated with
Parish Events Diary
Time: from 11am to 1pm
Location: The Parish Hall