Welcome to the Bishop's Waltham Parish Council web site.

We hope that you will find the various facts and features here interesting and informative.
Please contact us with any comments or suggestions on how we can improve this service.

Bishop's Waltham, has much to offer, steeped in history, interesting walks, places to visit and places to shop.

A town of charm and appeal to residents and visitors alike. Bishop's Waltham Palace is an English Heritage site and St Peter's Church is of Norman origin.

Logo We are always keen to promote local businesses on our Parish site, so if you run a business in Bishop's Waltham, please contact us for a free mention on our Links page. Links

The Parish Council works through it's committees to improve and manage a number of specific services on behalf of the community. We also provide information about:

News Matters

Election 2015

There are vacancies for 14 councillors, why not become one of them?!
Local Elections May 7th 2015. If you are over 18 and would like to contribute to the decision making process that affects your parish, then apply for nomination forms now!

Contact the Parish Council office for further details.
Nominations must be handed in by 4pm on 9th April at Winchester City Council offices.

Bishop’s Waltham Development Plan Update – October 2014

Following extensive community consultation the Parish Council approved the Bishop’s Waltham Development Plan earlier this year. It has been incorporated into the Winchester City Council Local Plan Part 2 which is now due for public consultation.

News Letter (pdf format)

Improving Community Communications

A Street Agent in each area and locality of Bishop’s Waltham is required to help regularly update and inform their neighbours of ‘what is happening’ in their town. One or two Development volunteers could share the task of delivering communications in their street, such as the Parish Council quarterly news letter, and other informative leaflets regarding local events.

This activity would involve approximately half hour of the volunteers time per quarter, at their own pace and convenience. When an Agent for a street / area is identified, these communications will then be delivered separate from the postal service and therefore will not be confused with ‘junk mail’. No one in our community will be disadvantaged by not being informed of community events.

If you believe that communication is a valuable asset to our community, and you enjoy walking and helping your neighbours, please consider becoming a Street/Area Agent for your locality.

Contact: Pat Wilson Email for more information.

Additional allotments

Following the refusal of the planning application for the additional allotments in Hoe Road the Council will not be resubmitting the proposal at this time.