The Council agrees policies and strategies (which guide what we do, how we do it and decisions we make) in order to clearly set out what you can expect from us. There is a wide range of areas which such policies cover, from internal workings of the Council to how social housing is allocated to the regulation of business operating in the district. The polices are listed below and are grouped into the following:
- Internal - covering how the Council operates and other statutory requirements
- Health and wellbeing - including leisure and public health
- Business - such as licensing, procurement and economic development
- Housing - including housing allocations, homelessness and energy efficiency
- Finance - including spend over £500
- Corporate Plan (see also: the Implementation Programme and Service Plans)
- Medium Term Financial Strategy
- Complaints policy
- Customer care standards
- Code of Corporate Governance
- RIPA Policy and RIPA data policy
- Anti Fraud and Corruption policy
- Early Retirement and Discretions policy
- Pay policy statement
- Office Security Policy and Procedure
- Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adult Policy
Equality & Diversity
The Council’s vision for Hart is a district that appreciates and celebrates its diversity, challenges intolerance and discrimination, and positively promotes equality and community cohesion. The Council has a legal duty to provide all services and employment opportunities fairly and without discrimination. The Council will not discriminate on grounds of sex or sexual-orientation, trans-gender status, marital status, race, religion or belief, age, disability, pregnancy or maternity. It will not discriminate on the basis of HIV status, social or economic status, responsibility for dependents, trade union membership or unrelated criminal conviction. The Equality Act 2010 and the Equality Standard underpin our values and support the stance we take to eliminate unlawful discrimination in all parts of our business and services.
- Leisure - District Projects
- Leisure - Local Projects
- Leisure - Strategy and Annex
- Leisure - Parish Council Facilities
- Leisure - Replacement Leisure Centre - Feasibility Study
As part of the Corporate Plan, Hart District Council will be providing new and updated leisure facilities for a happy, healthy future. Below you can find a range of reports associated with this project:
- Cabinet report: New Leisure Centre - Feasibility study and next steps
- Appendix A: Leisure Centre report - Conclusions and recommendations
- Appendix A (2): Leisure Centre report - Project costs
- Appendix B: Leisure Centre report - Facility development options
- Appendix C: Leisure Centre project - Project process map
- Countryside - In 2010 Hart District Council published a tree risk management policy.
- Review of Homelessness & Housing Strategy Evidence Base
- Allocations Policy
- Housing Strategy 2015-2020
- Housing Strategy Annual Update Feb 2016
- Housing Strategy Action Plan Annual Update 2016
- Preventing Homelessness Strategy 2014-2017
- Preventing Homeless Strategy Annual Update Jan 2016
- Local Tenancy Strategy 2012
- Local Tenancy Strategy Annual Update 2016
- Home Energy Conservation Act Report 2013
- Mobile Homes Act 2013
Shared Legal Services provides legal services for both Hart District Council and Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council. We are committed to the provision of first class legal services in an e-enabled environment. To contact a legal representative please email email@example.com
If you are a third party solicitor enquiring about our insurance policy details and Portal ID:
For Employers Liability and Public Liability, our insurer is Zurich Municipal.
Policy number: QLA-11H0740083-70 and the portal compensator ID C00108.
Defendant (an individual, company, or institution) only Claim Notification Forms must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Notice – For Highway Authority Incidents
‘Any highway claims should be addressed to Hampshire Legal Services at Hampshire County Council, The Castle, Winchester, SO23 8UJ. If you are registered with the Claims Portal, highway related low value personal injury claims can also be directed to Hampshire County Council via the Portal website. The County Council is listed on the Portal website as a Defendant and Compensator organisation with the address Hampshire County Council, Castle Avenue, Winchester’.