Welcome to Hound Parish Council Website

Hound Parish Council New Offices

Hound Parish Council, 29C Station Road, Netley Abbey SO31 5AE 

Please note until further notice, the Parish Office will be 10 am until 12 noon

Monday to Friday, due to a staff shortages

 PLEASE NOTE THE PARISH OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED FOR 1 DAY ON TUESDAY 11 OCTOBER 2016

ALSO THE PARISH OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED FROM MONDAY 17 OCTOBER TO TUESDAY 1 NOVEMBER 2016 

 Telephone calls and burial enquiries will still be dealt with during this period

Please bear with us during this time as we may not be able to respond to your enquiries as quickly as we would like.

Thank you for your patience


Insurance Broker: Came & Company Tel: 01256 395020
e-mail: parishcouncils@cameandcompany.co.uk 

Aviva Insurance Policy Number 24414511CHC 

Click here to go to our Hampshire County Council Warnings page, for more information on scams being perpetrated within the area.

2016 Park Sport Brochure
Click on the poster to download the brochure


Click here for this Spring's Newshound


IMPORTANT NEWS

Appeal Decision (dated 14th December 2015)
Ref: APP/W1715/W/15/3005761
Land to the east of Grange Road, Netley Abbey, Southampton.

Click here for the Appeal Decision
Click here for the Costs Decision
Click here for the Covering Letter

New planning application (resubmission) O/15/76147- Click to download


Sea viewHound is a village and civil parish in the borough of Eastleigh in southern Hampshire, England. The parish encompasses the villages of Netley Abbey, Butlocks Heath and Old Netley and includes such landmarks as Netley Castle and Netley Abbey Ancient Monument. In the 2001 census, the parish had a headcount of 6,846 living in 2,928 households.

The 1868 National Gazetteer described the parish as being in the Hundred of "Mainsbridge" and containing Sholing and Woolston as well as Netley. The land was mainly arable farmland at this point, with some pasture and woodland, including a substantial amount of common land. The parish is recorded from about 1370, when John de Bothby, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, held the living of Hound.