Action against Destructive Development’s position for 3 May’s crucial local elections

ADD UPDATE, 6 April 2018: There are local elections on Thursday 3 May for Eastleigh Borough Council and Winchester City Council. On the same day, there are also several parish elections, including for Allbrook and North Boyatt, Chandler’s Ford, Hiltingbury, Colden Common and Owslebury.

The ADD campaign is supported by members of all political parties as well as by local residents who do not support any political party. The ADD campaign has always been, and remains, politically neutral, working with anyone who shares the view that Eastleigh Borough Council’s draft Local Plan would be destructive if implemented.

ADD will not be endorsing or supporting any candidate in the elections.

Eastleigh’s draft Local Plan will be a key issue in these elections for local people. ADD’s coordinator will be inviting all candidates to submit a short statement giving their views on Eastleigh’s draft Local Plan and will be publishing these online as virtual hustings. Should candidates wish to submit their statements prior to this formal request, or in case we are unable to make contact, they should send them to [email protected].

Thank you.