HAMPSHIRE will become one urban sprawl due to county council leaders Roy Perry and Keith House amalgamating two councils, two unitary authorities (Southampton and Portsmouth) with police, ambulance, fire and police crime commissioner. 

These two councils combine, Fareham and Eastleigh Borough come last. 
Hampshire County Council are sitting on 75 farms and three hotels, including Ageas Bowl in Hedge End

The plan is for 9,000 homes in Fareham – Welbourne garden village, Allington Lane, Fair Oak and Allbrook will have 15,000 houses and Eastleigh has no plan in place, meaning developers and council can, and will, build everywhere. 

Southampton Airport along with all other airports was sold by Heathrow Holdings. 

All airports in England and Scotland have expansion plans. 
In 2012, the government allowed councils to build on strategic gaps. 

Therefore we are fighting for saving our countryside from councils and developers, plus Eastleigh is already gridlocked. 

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