North East Hayling
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An update on the proposed project to improve the coastal path between The Langstone Hotel and the lay-by in Northney Road was presented at the December Winter General Meeting. After discussion between the members and councillors the chairman stated the committee felt the project has been taken as far as is possible and no further effort or cost should be expended by NEHRA, this was put to the meeting and agreed by a majority. It was further suggested that the progression of the project should be picked-up by the council and Cllr Leah Turner agreed to try and progress this. Full details of the meeting discussion and outcome.

For a full description of the Coastal Path project.



The association continues to work with the authorities to reduce vehicle speeds through the area, we should see change soon - see the Traffic report.



Since autumn 2015 improved broadband speeds have become available in our area, just how fast depends on where you are.


Hayling Island

The north eastern part of Hayling Island, Hampshire comprises the village of Northney and the hamlet of Tye, in the midst of farmland and surrounded on three sides by the sea. There are about 260 houses in the area and the population is approximately 650.

Hayling Island is an island shaped like an inverted T which is about 4 miles long by about 4 miles wide. A bridge at the north end connects the island to the mainland at Langstone.

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The Village Design Statement brochure is available. See the VDS online

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