Monxton Parish Profile

Interested to see information on Monxton and the surrounding villages?

For the past few months TVBC have been working to create a set of Ward and Parish profiles for Test Valley. Ward profiles have been developed for each of the 24 ward areas in Test Valley. Additionally, parish profiles have been developed for the borough’s parishes. The profiles aim to provide consistent information about local communities across the borough. It is hoped that these profiles will allow a greater understanding of your local area and help to identify priorities for the community.

‘Ward’ is a term used by the Council and other public sector bodies to define an area represented by one or more Borough Councillors. These Councillors have been elected by the people who live in that ward to represent their views. A parish is represented by a number of Parish Councillors, and is usually smaller than a ward.

The profiles for Monxton, Amport, Grateley and Quarley are now online, alongside the Amport Ward profile. The ward of Amport covers 3,382 hectares on the western edge of Test Valley. The ward is rural with housing focused in the six main settlements of Amport, East Cholderton, Grateley, Monxton, Quarley and part of Weyhill.

Click this link to see the Ward Profile and also each parish profile:
http://www.testvalley.gov.uk/resident/communityandleisure/workingwithcommunities/mylocalarea/amport/amport-ward-profile/

There is also a 2016 Test Valley profile for the borough as a whole:
http://www.testvalley.gov.uk/aboutyourcouncil/corporatedirection/about-test-valley-the-facts-and-figures/boroughprofile/

 

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