news and media header banner
Call for local organisations to get involved in green pilot scheme
youth worker
[Feb 02, 2023]
Local businesses, charities and social enterprises are being invited to apply to take part in a new pilot project aimed at helping them to cut their emissions to tackle the climate emergency.
Explore a neon world in Basingstoke this half term
[Feb 02, 2023]
Basingstoke town centre will light up this February half term, thanks to a partnership between Love Basingstoke and Festival Place.
Crackdown on unlicensed breeders
[Feb 01, 2023]
Beware of unlicensed dog breeders – that’s the message to people thinking of welcoming a puppy into their family.
Tickets on sale for Mayor’s spring singing spectacular
choir image
[Jan 31, 2023]
Music loving residents will have the chance to say “Thank You for the Music” at the Mayor’s Charity Concert this spring.
A lighter carbon paw print
Laura and dog electric vehicles_website
[Jan 17, 2023]
A new zero emission electric van is helping to cut the carbon paw print of the borough’s dog warden service.
Community projects urged not to miss councillor grant scheme deadline
[Jan 13, 2023]
There’s still time for community groups and organisations to apply for funding for small-scale items to support local groups and projects through Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council’s Councillor Community Grant Scheme.
Masterplan to transform Basingstoke Leisure Park adopted
[Jan 13, 2023]
Basingstoke Leisure Park is set to be modernised, with new investment and the latest leisure activities and attractions, after councillors voted to adopt a masterplan aimed at transforming it.
Supporting residents who need help to pay their council tax
Council tax bill with money
[Dec 21, 2022]
Residents who need additional help to pay for their council tax during a time of increasing cost of living will continue to be helped by the council.
Masterplan to reimagine and revive Basingstoke town centre
Top of the Town_0622 (5)
[Dec 15, 2022]
A blueprint to breathe new life into Basingstoke town centre, making it a more vibrant place day and night, has been approved.
Community Fund launched to support cost of living
Money - coins
[Dec 08, 2022]
Local community groups and charities supporting Basingstoke and Deane residents struggling with the cost of living are to be given help by the council working with the Greenham Trust.
Fanum House to go on the market
The AA
[Dec 06, 2022]
Fanum House in Basingstoke is to be put on the market after the AA decided the 47-year-old building no longer meets its needs for a modern work environment.
Partnership effort keeps rough sleeping number stable
[Dec 06, 2022]
Partners across the borough have reaffirmed their commitment to tackling homelessness after the number of people sleeping rough in Basingstoke and Deane remained at the same level for the second year in a row.
Driving towards a greener borough
CSPOs with two electric cars
[Nov 28, 2022]
Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council is taking action to cut emissions from transport as part of its work to tackle the climate emergency by continuing to decarbonise its fleet, while also introducing further opportunities for residents to travel in more sustainable ways.
Mayor praises community's work on neighbourhood plan
Ashford Hill with Headley Neighbourhood Plan_1122 (10)
[Nov 28, 2022]
The Mayor of Basingstoke and Deane Cllr Paul Miller hosted a special reception to mark the council's adoption of the Ashford Hill with Headley Neighbourhood Plan.
Competition celebrates young people's visions for a sustainable future
Letter from the future competition news release image
[Nov 18, 2022]
Talented young writers had their visions for a more sustainable borough recognised by the Mayor during a special presentation ceremony.
Council achieves White Ribbon accreditation
White ribbon accreditation - landscape
[Nov 18, 2022]
Work to support the White Ribbon charity’s mission to end men’s violence against women and girls, by engaging men and boys to make a stand, has led to Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council being accredited by the organisation.
CCTV to crack down on fly-tipping
Castons car park CCTV_1122 (10)_edit
[Nov 04, 2022]
Surveillance cameras are being installed at the council’s six recycling sites across the borough to crack down on problems with persistent fly-tipping at the sites.

Contact us

  • Contact us online
  • 01256 844844
  • Civic Offices
    London Road
    RG21 4AH
  • Opening hours
    Monday to Friday
    8.30am to 4.30pm