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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Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Unaudited Annual Governance & Accountability Return Posted Jun 18, 2019 By Lisa Walker
The Parish Council has approved its Annual Governance & Accountability Return (AGAR) for year ending 31 March 2019 for submission to its external auditor, PKF
Have your say on how the County Council balances its budget Posted Jun 11, 2019 By Lisa Walker
Hampshire County Council (HCC) has launched a Consultation to understand the views of residents and stakeholders across Hampshire on options to help deliver a balanced
The Long-term Implications for Unadopted Roads and Drainage Systems Posted Jun 04, 2019 By Lisa Walker
RCPC is concerned that the highways and drainage systems of many of the new developments in the Parish are not, and probably won’t be, adopted
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