Green, orange, yellow, pink and blue vertical stripes with Levelling Up written over them

Funding boost for community groups

30 November 2023

Two projects that support Hart communities are the first to benefit from a share of £1m funding from Hart District Council

Two men in orange high vis collecting black wheelie bins with an orange bin collection lorry

Council cutting carbon for bin collections 

29 November 2023

Rubbish and recycling bin collections are set to get greener thanks to a drive from Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council and Hart District Council to cut carbon emissions. 

World Town Planning day logo showing cartoon buildings in orange and blue

Celebrating World Town Planning Day

8 November 2023

The day reflects on how good planning improves the lives of people and benefits our societies, creating better places to live, work and play together.

Purple heather, bushes and trees at Hazeley Heath

From tip to tip-top!

31 October 2023

One of our historic green spaces has received a thumbs-up from Natural England after a recent inspection showed that its habitats and features are in a healthy state.

Councillors and staff standing by the play equipment in the new Whitewater Meadows play area

Come and play at Whitewater Meadows

22 September 2023

Hart District Council is excited to announce that the brand-new play area at Whitewater Meadows in Hook is now open.  

A row of wooden crosses with paper poppies in the middle of each

Remembrance events in Hart

21 September 2023

There are a number of events across the district marking Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday

LED street lights in dark car park with cars in the background

Hart’s LED upgrade

21 September 2023

As part of our commitment to reducing our carbon emissions, we have recently upgraded lights in our car parks

Three dogs being walked on leads

Share your views on dog fouling in Hart

5 September 2023

Keeping Hart a clean and safe space for everyone to live, work and enjoy is always a priority for us. We know that while most dog owners are responsible when clearing up after their animals, dog fouling still occurs.