The referendum will be held on 30 June 2022, with voting open from 7am to 10pm.
If you are registered to vote within the Neighbourhood area (Parish of Yateley) you will receive a poll card.
A referendum asks you to vote ‘yes’ or ‘no’ on a specific question. The ballot paper will ask the following question:
“Do you want Hart District Council to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Yateley, Darby Green and Frogmore Neighbourhood Planning Area to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?"
Further details are set out in the following referendum papers:
Copies of these documents can also be viewed in person at:
Hart District Council, Harlington Way, Fleet, GU51 4AE
Monday to Thursday 8:30am – 5pm, Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm.
- You will be able to view the documents in the reception area
- Please contact us in advance to arrange an appointment on 01252 774419
Yateley Town Council, Reading Road, Yateley, GU46 7RP
Monday to Friday 9am – 4pm.
Contact – firstname.lastname@example.org or 01252 872198 to make an appointment to view the documents
Neighbourhood Plan examiner’s report
The Examiner’s Report was received on 22 March 2022.
Hart District Council agreed at its Cabinet 7 April 2022, to proceed to Referendum incorporating the Examiner’s recommended modifications in accordance with the Decision Statement.
Neighbourhood Plan submission and examination
The Yateley, Darby Green and Frogmore Neighbourhood Plan submission version was published for consultation between 24 November 2021 and 12 January 2022. Independent examiner Andrew Ashcroft was appointed to undertake the examination.
- 001 The Forestry Commission
- 002 National Highways
- 003 Obsidian Strategic
- 004 Sport England
- 005 Surrey County Council
- 006 Transport for London
- 007 Wilf Hardy
- 008 Gordon Young
- 009 Keith Winkworth
- 010 Stephen Blandford
- 011 Tony Spencer
- 012 Natural England
- 013 Claremont Planning Consultancy
- 014 Historic England
- 015 Ministry of Defence
- 016 Woolf Bond Planning
- 017 Gladman
- 018 Sarah Allen
- 019 Avison Young (National Grid)
- 020 Hart District Council
- 021 Ishbel Thomson
- 022 Public Health Hampshire
Submission documents :
- Yateley, Darby Green and Frogmore Neighbourhood Plan 2020 – 2032 : Submission Plan
- Consultation Statement
- Basic Conditions Statement
- Yateley, Darby Green and Frogmore Neighbourhood Plan HRA-SEA Screening
- Background Evidence document
- Biodiversity Assets Background Paper
- Neighbourhood Plan Views Supplement
Other documents, including responses to the Regulation 14 consultation are available to view on Yateley Town Council’s website.
On 5 April 2018, Hart District Council approved the designation of the whole of the civil parish of Yateley as a Neighbourhood Area in accordance with the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 (as amended).
The history of Yateley
Steeped in history, Yateley occupies the north-east corner of Hart and has seen quite rapid development as a town oven the past two decades, creating an interesting mixture of old and new. It has a health centre, library and many schools within its boundary, which includes the area of Derby Green, Frogmore, part of Blackwater and most of Blackbushe Airport.
The Yateley and Frogmore Community Centres are two lively community and sports amenities which share facilities with local secondary schools. There is also Monteagle Community Centre which is part of a new development.
The many recreational areas and open spaces in and around Yateley include the splendid Yateley Common Country Park. The town has a number of old houses, many dating from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. One such is Monteagle House, reputedly dating back to 1540.
Yateley has a good range of shops including Waitrose and Cooperative Supermarkets, several convenience stores and several small specialist retailers.
Yateley has a good range of pubs to suit all needs, many of which serve excellent food. There are also a number of specialist restaurants, the most prominent of which is possibly 'Marco Pierre White Wheeler’s of St. James’ restaurant' situated by The Casa Hotel.
To view parish information about the community, heritage and conservation areas please select the parish in the parish profiles web page.
Yateley Town Council contact details