Agenda and minutes

Eastleigh Local Area Committee - Thursday, 15 November 2018 7:00 pm

Venue: Room, 11/12/13, Eastleigh House, Upper Market Street, Eastleigh, SO50 9YN

Contact: Laura Johnston, Performance and Governance Lead Specialist Tel: 023 8068 8041; Email:  Guy Riddoch, Local Area Manager Tel: 023 8068 3369; Email:

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Chairman's Report


The Chair was pleased to see so many people in attendance on the recreation ground for the Remembrance Service on 11 November 2018.  More wreaths were laid than ever before with the largest ever attendance. The new monolith and names attracted a large crowd and was very well received.  The names were provided by the Royal British Legion for the parish of Eastleigh. 


The Chair thanked Councillor Mann for representing the Council at the Remembrance events in Paris over the weekend.  Councillor Irish would be doing the same in Kornwestheim this weekend.


The Chair announced that the Christmas Light switch on would take place on Saturday 17 November; culminating in a fireworks display at 6pm.  There would be over 100 stalls in the town.


Public Participation


Simon Payne addressed the Committee regarding the four hour waiting bays on Cherbourg Road.  There was space for five vehicles but these were currently being used by local businesses.  The problem was compounded by properties that had been converted into flats without sufficient parking.  Mr Payne questioned whether these bays could become two hour waiting restrictions.  The Chair replied that there was scope to change the limited waiting restrictions but it is unlikely to be high on the priority list as the Committee had a large list of schemes.  Unfortunately there is very little that can be done about commercial vehicles if they were parked legally.  There had been an indication from Hampshire County Council that two and four hour bays will become metred but the Council was awaiting the detail.


Mr Payne also queried, in the case of properties converted to Houses of Multiple Occupancy (HMO); did the occupants qualify for residents or visitors permits?  The Chair replied in the cases of HMOs and ‘garden grab’ developments that only the owner was entitled to residential and visitors permits if they were still living in the property.


Minutes pdf icon PDF 76 KB

To consider the Minutes of the meeting held on 25 September 2018.




That the Minutes of the meeting held on 25 September 2018 be confirmed and signed by the Chair as a correct record.


Councillor Bourne queried whether the letter regarding the Chickenhall Lane Link Road had been sent (minute 29)?  Guy Riddoch agreed to check and report back to the Committee.


Declarations of Interest

Members are invited to declare interests in relation to items of business on the agenda.  Any interests declared will be recorded in the Minutes.


There were no declarations of interest in relation to items of business on the agenda.


Parking Fee levels in Eastleigh pdf icon PDF 100 KB


The Committee considered a report by the Strategy Lead for Environment concerning parking fee levels in Eastleigh.




1) That the proposal to increase the one hour parking tariff for both on- and off-street parking in the local area by 20p to £1.50p, but keep all other tariffs the same be approved; and

2) That in addition to recommendation 1, the proposal that the one hour on-street parking is to be increased by a further 10p to £1.60p be approved.


Fees and Charges pdf icon PDF 82 KB


The Committee considered a report of the Local Area Manager regarding the fees and charges for the Eastleigh Local Area.  The Area Manager informed the Committee that there was an update to Appendix A of the report: the date the fees become effective should read 1 April 2019 as current hirers of Lakeside Country Park had booked until the end of March.




That the Fees and Charges for the Eastleigh Local Area, subject to the amendment above, as set out in Appendices A to E with effect from 1 January 2019 be approved.