Hartley Wintney

Hartley Wintney street scene

The name recorded in the 13th century as Hertleye Wynteneye means "the clearing in the forest where the deer graze by Winta's island". Winta was probably a Saxon who held an island in the marshes of the Hart valley where a priory of Cistercian nuns was founded in 1190.

The village grew prosperous as a main road village, first as a stopping place from London to the Royal Palace at Odiham and then as a coach stop on the London-Exeter Road, the A.30.

Now it is known as a centre for the antique trade and is the proud possessor of one of the oldest cricket greens in England. Cricket has been played in this superb setting for over 200 years and Hartley men were playing for England in Napoleon's time.

Standing guard over the village's central common are the Mildmay Oaks, planted after the Battle of Trafalgar to provide wood for the nation's ships of the future. The village is also the setting for West Green House, an 18th century house now owned by the National Trust.

Parish profile

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Neighbourhood Plan

Hartley Wintney Parish Council has developed a Neighbourhood Plan. Following a successful referendum in October 2019, Hart District Council made the Neighbourhood Plan part of the Development Plan at its meeting on Thursday 28 November 2019.

Hartley Wintney Neighbourhood Plan - 2017-2032

Hartley Wintney Neighbourhood Plan - Appendix 3 - Referendum Version

Hartley Wintney Neighbourhood Plan Decision Statement

Hartley Wintney Neighbourhood Plan SEA Adoption Statement

A summary of the Neighbourhood Plan process can be viewed below:   

Stage Detail

Held Monday 7th October 2019

Declaration of Result of Poll

Neighbourhood Plan – Referendum Version

Neighbourhood Plan – Appendix 3 Referendum Version

Examination: May 2019

Examiners Report received 22 May 2019

Examiners Clarification Note

Examiners questions for the Environment Agency

Environment Agency Response

Hartley Wintney Response to Examiners Note

Submission: Hartley Wintney Neighbourhood Plan
Consultation 28 January - 11 March 2019

Hartley Wintney Submission Neighbourhood Plan

Building Design Guidelines

Basic Conditions Statement

Strategic Environmental Assessment

Habitat Regulation Assessment

Consultation Statement

Summary of Representations

Equalities Impact Assessment

Consultation on the Hartley Wintney Pre-Submission Neighbourhood Plan

For more information on this stage visit www.hartleywintneynp.org.uk

Hartley Wintney Neighbourhood Plan
Strategic Environmental Assessment Screening Determination

Declaration of the Neighbourhood Area 2

October 2014

Hartley Wintney Parish Council Covering Letter: Neighbourhood Plan

Hartley Wintney Neighbourhood Plan Area Map

Further details of the Hartley Wintney Neighbourhood Plan are available from the Hartley Wintney Parish Council website.

Hartley Wintney Parish Council contact details

Website:  www.hartleywintney.org.uk