“Make climate change an issue in the coming election” is the message to all local voters.

As always, WinACC will have a stall at Oram's Arbour on Hat Fair - this year on Sunday 2 July. We will run our pollution poll to ask people what they want done about air pollution in Winchester. We ran this twice last year - see the findings.

Winchester City Council and The University of Winchester have appointed two highly experienced national architectural practices to undertake design work for the new sport and leisure centre which forms part of the exciting new Winchester Sports Park at Bar End.

WinACC and Hampshire Climate Action Network have written to the Project Integra Committee urging them to support the implementation of mixed plastic and cartons recycling.

Two linked public events to share ideas and test consensus on how to make it easier and more pleasant to move round Winchester town. Tuesday 13 June 7.30: Learning from Oxford; Saturday 1 July 10.30: Applying the lessons.

Winchester City Council increased central Winchester can parking charges on 1 May 2017. Below is the Council's press release setting out their reasons. WinACC  supports the aim of encouraging fewer people to drive in the city centre.

WinACC has issued its formal response to the 'Consultation on Draft Airports National Policy Statement'.

WinACC's plan for the financial year 2017-2018 puts more emphasis on how we influence the infrastructure of Winchester District.

Thanks to tremendous support from many of our supporters, WinACC raised just over £1,000 at the car boot Car boot sale April 2017sale on 30 April.