ADD is not a membership organisation and does not keep a list of individual supporters. However, between 2016 and 2022, thousands of people and many organisations, locally and nationally, expressed outright opposition to Eastleigh’s Local Plan. Given our determination to remain politically neutral and to maintain an open dialogue with each of the interests that might have been affected, ADD became an acknowledged mouthpiece for voicing these concerns.

As Eastleigh Borough Council starts work on its next Local Plan, ADD remains so today.

Whilst the list below is far from exhaustive (not least because of the requirement to safeguard the personal data of individuals), those who have supported us include:

Paul Holmes, MP for Eastleigh (Con)
Steve Brine, MP for Winchester (Con)
Flick Drummond, MP for Meon Valley (Con)

All Winchester District political parties
All Eastleigh Borough political parties, bar the Liberal Democrats

Keith Taylor, previously Green MEP for the South East Region
Chris Packham, television presenter, conservationist and campaigner
Bishopstoke Parish Council
Colden Common Parish Council
Twyford Parish Council
Upham Parish Council
Owslebury Parish Council
Otterbourne Parish Council
Durley Parish Council
Compton and Shawford Parish Council
Otterbourne Conservation Group
Bishop’s Waltham Society
Stoke Residents Association
Mortimers Lane Action Group
CPRE Hampshire – The Countryside Charity
Hampshire Gardens Trust
The Woodland Trust
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust
The Angling Trust
Itchen Salmon Group
Test & Itchen Association
Salmon & Trout Conservation
Wessex Chalk Stream & Rivers Trust
The Wild Trout Trust
Butterfly Conservation
Friends of the Earth – Southampton and Eastleigh
Campaign for Better Transport
A Better Way
Three Rivers Rail Partnership
Rail Future
South Coast Alliance for Transport and the Environment (SCATE)
St Francis Animal Welfare
Stokewood Surgery
12th Eastleigh 1st Bishopstoke Scouts
Bishopstoke Fisheries
Eastleigh Group of the Ramblers Association