Please see up to date notices below

Welcome to the Brockenhurst Parish Council website

The Parish Council Office, Highwood Road, Brockenhurst, SO42 7RY
01590 622829

clerk@brockenhurst.gov.uk


During the Coronavirus / Covid-19 outbreak the Parish Council Office will not be open to the public and the staff will be working remotely via email and picking up voice messages.   

The Clerk does not work on Thursdays and Fridays so emails and messages are dealt with on the following Monday. 

Coronavirus Update:

Until further notice Brockenhurst Parish Council will not be holding face to face meetings. This includes the April 2020 Parish Council meeting, the 2020 Annual Parish Meeting and the March and April 2020 Planning Committee meetings. See Planning Pages for how to provide comments to Planning applications. The Parish Council Office will continue to be open for its office days and times but not for public visitors. If the telephone is not answered please leave a message and the clerk will get back to you.

 

To view a list of local businesses operating during the current lockdown please click here Local Businesses

 

 

 

 

 

Coronavirus Advice - Information from Brockenhurst Church for those who may need assistance


 

 Additional support is being coordinated through a village Facebook page here 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/649805229182852/?ref=share

 If you are concerned about friends and family outside of the village it is possible to look up action happening across the country at this address 

https://covidmutualaid.org/

 

Coronavirus Advice - NFDC, managing household rubish


Coronavirus Advice - Government guidance on social distancing

Flood Alleviation

The Parish Council have been working with various bodies to achieve flood reduction by identifying watercourses and drains that are particularly prone to blockage so that their clearance can be prioritised.  In low lying areas such as Brockenhurst it is particularly important that watercourses and drains are actively managed.  

Please see the Flooding section of our Emergency Services webpage for more information.  

To report a faulty or blocked watercourse please phone the Parish Clerk on 622829 or New Forest District Council on 023 8028 5000.

Parish Council Newsletter

The Parish Council publishes "The Brock News" newsletter three times per year which is distributed to all homes within the Parish. Unfortunately the Spring 2020 edition has been held up during the current Covid-19 situation but normal service will be resumed.

Please contact the Parish Clerk if you would prefer to receive the newsletter by email.

Click here to read our last newsletter. 

 

Below is a post from our Chairman who is currently in New Zealand, giving a view of how life looks from the other side of the world during these unprecedented times.

  

Christmas Fun Evening - Friday 6th December

A video of our Christmas Fun Evening can be found here.  Many thanks to everyone who came along and made the evening such a success!

Verge Restoration Works

Forestry England, having a legal duty to protect the New Forest, are undertaking a programme of verge restoration works to stop further vehicle damage across the forest, including Brockenhurst.  These works with various partner organisations - Verderers, National England, New Forest National Park, Parish Councils, CDA, residents and local staff - are funded under the New Forest Higher Level Stewardship Scheme. 

A number of areas are included in the proposed programme of remedial works which will include re-profiling existing car-free banks and ditches which have eroded over the years, and creating new banks where erosion has been caused by vehicle movements.  Dragon's Teeth (small wooden posts made from FSC Chestnut) will also be installed. 

Maps of the areas can be found here.   Further information is available here.

Superfast Broadband update

For the latest information on SFBB speed upgrade possibilities please click here.

Hurray! SFBB has arrived at Box 2 for the New Forest Drive area. You can now apply to your ISP for the service.

Guide to Waste and Recycling

Click here for HCC's latest Guide to Waste and Recycling

 

Website Terms & Conditions of Use

 

Use of this website is subject to the terms and conditions outlined in our website policy.  This includes the use of cookies.  

Full details of our policy can be viewed on our Financial & Governance Information page.  

 

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