September 2017

28 September 2017

Everyone at WinACC has been deeply shocked and saddened to learn of the death of Robert Hutchison in late September.

28 September 2017

Everyone at WinACC has been deeply shocked and saddened to learn of the death of Robert Hutchison in late September.

26 September 2017

More than 35 people participated at WinACC’s open meeting on 12 September, which examined how we can keep climate change at the top of the agenda at a time when Brexit negotiations are consuming the energy and capacity of government and policy-makers.

22 September 2017

The next meeting of the Central Winchester Regeneration Informal Policy Group is meeting on Monday 25 September from 6pm in the Bapsy Hall, Guildhall Winchester.

Members of the public are welcome to observe the meeting. At the end of the session there will be an opportunity for members of the public to ask questions and make comments on matters which fall within the remit of the Informal Policy Group.

20 September 2017

Hampshire County Council and Winchester City Council are developing a "movement strategy" which will shape how we get about the City for a generation. 

11 September 2017

Bespoke Biking has its own home for the Winchester Bike Hub.  They are opening their own shop and workshop in the lower car parking level of The Brooks Centre from mid September 2017. They will offer cycle training, bike repairs and bike hire all from the Brooks.

8 September 2017

Green House, the environmental think tank, has recently published an essay by Robert Hutchison, WinACC's founder, entitled "This Moment: The Emergency, The Opportunity".

6 September 2017

1. Basingstoke Green Week, Saturday 16 to Monday 25 September.
2. A public meeting on Air Pollution, following a recent study showing illegal levels of pollutants in Basingstoke.
3. A workshop to build your own solar powered charger.
4. The Big Green Science Night.

August 2017

8 August 2017
A second phase of public drop-in sessions on proposals for a new Sport & Leisure Park at Bar End took place in July. Copies of the exhibition boards and a feedback questionnaire are now available. 
7 August 2017

Hampshire County Council is looking to cut £140 million from its budget by April 2019.This is in addition to £340 million savings already delivered over the last nine years. The council’s “Serving Hampshire – Balancing the Budget” consultation presents all possible options for making savings but sets out high-level, strategic options only, and is not proposing specific changes to services as yet. 

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