Call: 023 8028 4928/023 8081 3218

clerk@lyndhurstparishcouncil.gov.uk

Call: 023 8028 4928/023 8081 3218

clerk@lyndhurstparishcouncil.gov.uk

Welcome

About Lyndhurst and the Parish Council

We are a vibrant and approachable Parish Council situated in the "capital" of the New Forest - one of the most beautiful parts of United Kingdom.

The village of Lyndhurst has excellent shopping facilities that cater for day to day needs as well as the frequent tourists who visit the region.

We have four churches a newly and beautifully refurbished infant school, numerous public houses, hotels and restaurants to suit all tastes.

The village is home to New Forest District Council, the Forestry Commission and the Verderers' Court.

It has a vibrant Community Centre and Museum, both conveniently situated in the car park.

Planning information with links to the New Forest National Park Authority can also be accessed from this website.

For the sporting enthusiast, there is an 18-hole golf course and we are surrounded by miles of open forest land for the peaceful enjoyment of walkers, horse riders and cyclists (Countryside Codes permitting).

If you would like to have an event published in the Online Village Diary, please do not hesitate to contact the Web team

Lyndhurst Park Hotel – Planning Appeal Public Inquiry

Update - 21 December 2018

The planning appeal has been withdrawn

Planning Application

No. 17/00732 - Lyndhurst Park Hotel, 78 High Street, Lyndhurst, SO43 7NL

Parish Council Response to this application 

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Do you own land that has a watercourse or drainage ditch on or adjacent to it?

Answer: Yes –You are therefore a ‘riparian landowner’ and you are responsible for maintaining those watercourses.

View a PDF with more information

Latest Agenda

22 - 01 - Planning

Latest Minutes

11 - 12 - Parish Council
27 - 11 - Planning
20 - 11 - Finance & General Purposes
14 - 10 - Recreation
17 - 09 - Cemetery
11 - 09 - Amenities

Latest Beat Report

Beat Surgeries in January

Please come and meet us, in January 2019 we will be at –

The Trusty Servant in Minstead on Saturday 19 January at 11am.

St Michael and All Angels Church in Lyndhurst on Sunday 20 January at 10.30am.

Colbury Parish Church on Deer Leap Lane on Sunday 20 January at 11.30am.

Bramshaw Village Shop on Monday 21 January at 8am.

Lyndhurst Parish Council Shop on Monday 21 January at 10am.

Bartley Post Office on Monday 21 January at 11am.

The Tip, Leaf and Bean café in the New Forest Centre in Lyndhurst on 27 January at 10am.

Lyndhurst Baptist Church in Lyndhurst on Sunday 27 January at 11.30am.

Latest Clerk's Corner

January 2019

Grants

Grants Policy & Application Form

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Agendas

Read our latest available Agendas 

Councillors

Meet our councillors and the committees they stand on

Planning

Helpful planning information and advice 

Minutes

Read our latest minutes following our council meetings.

Interest and Information

Report a problem

Problems and issues on roads, footpaths and verges via Hampshire County Council.

Exploring Lyndhurst Parish

Take a walk around Lyndhurst Parish, following the map available in this leaflet

Discover Lyndhurst

Three short walks exploring our village and its links with the ‘real Alice’, Captain Arthur Phillip

Lyndhurst Heritage

A brief history of Arthur Phillip and the New Forest and Australian Connections.

Latest News

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Give us your views – respond online

June 25, 2018

Hampshire County Council is asking for residents’ and stakeholders’ views

Scam warning

June 1, 2018

New Forest District Council are warning their Appletree Careline community alarm customers to be aware of a telephone scam

mobile phone with New Forest in Touch app

New Forest In Touch

May 17, 2018

If you spot a broken street light or a messy bit of graffiti while out and about, you don’t have to wait until you get home to report it.