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The Society is based in the rural village of Hurst in the Royal County of Berkshire, England. The primary concern of the Society is to protect the physical environment and maintain the rural aspect of the area. It aims also to promote greater use of the village amenities and services and to encourage their expansion.
Broadcommon Lane - Planning
The outline planning application (213378) has just gone live on the WBC Planning Portal. View here.
HVS is currently reviewing the application and will shortly (in the next few days) send a Planning email with comments, which will also appear on the Broadcommon Road Planning page of the HVS website.
The deadline for comment is 8th November 21.
History Comes Alive in Hurst
HVS welcomed The Rt. Hon Theresa May MP and the highly respected Royal Historian, writer and broadcaster, Hugo Vickers together with a number of local residents to Stanlake Park’s Vineyard Shop last Friday evening to celebrate both the opening of the first official “Hurst Village Archives” and the launch of Henry Farrar’s new book; Hurst A New Look At An Ancient Parish.
You can buy Henry's book (£23) by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting the Stanlake shop.
Pictured : Theresa May & HVS Chairman, Jo Newbold
East of Lodge Road (Tape Lane) - Proposed Development
Invitation to Public Exhibition of Revised Proposal for new homes
View the HVS page with all information available to date regarding the proposed development.
HVS in the Press
HVS over the last few months has been in the press regularly due to its activities. Including twice in the last week, featuring both in the Maidenhead Advertiser and Wokingham Today as a result of Theresa May's visit to the Hurst Archives & Book Launch as well as the Developer's proposals for Tape Lane.
View all recent HVS press.
View recent objections to Planning Applications written by HVS
Society Aims - The Society endeavours to review all Planning Applications submitted for Hurst and those in neighbouring Parishes which are likely to have an impact on Hurst. The Society makes its views known to the Planning Authority if it is of the view that an Application may have a detrimental effect upon the village.
From piano teacher to plasterer, there's probably someone in Hurst with the skill you need. Follow the link below to see the full Skills Register. If you live in the village and want to be included, we charge an annual fee per entry: £20 if you are a member of the Hurst Village Society, £25 if you are a non-member .