25 November 2021 - Gosport is planning to get into the festive mood on Saturday with fun and activities for all the family in the High Street. But we're keeping a close eye on the weather forecast, as high winds have been predicted on the day, with gusts that could be strong enough to damage or blow away marquees and canopies.
5 November 2021 - Gosport's civic Remembrance ceremony returns to its familiar form on Sunday 14 November. Last year the event had to be held virtually, but this year the council has arranged for it to return to its traditional format at Gosport War Memorial Hospital.
19 October 2021 - Wildflowers are to bloom in areas of the borough where only manicured grass was previously allowed. Over the next two years, the council will be turning selected grassed areas into natural flower zones. Instead of being frequently mown, these areas will become more wild and colourful as flowers become established.
14 October 2021 - Flags are going up at two council parks after they again qualified for prestigious national awards. Stanley Park and Crescent Gardens were named as Green Flag award winners by the environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy.
8 October 2021 - Work will start this month on fixing the mechanism that raises and lowers the Forton Lake Bridge. The work means there will be times over a five-day period when there will be no access over the bridge.
1 October 2021 - People in Gosport can have their say on the borough's new blueprint for housing, jobs, green spaces and heritage sites. They are being invited to comment on the first draft of Gosport Borough Council's Local Plan, which outlines how the area should develop up to the year 2038.
22nd September 2021 - Gosport Borough Council is inviting developers to submit offers to purchase the site together with their outline proposals for redevelopment of the current Gosport Bus Station.
15th September 2021 - Gosport Borough Council, working with Neil Morland Housing Consultants & Co. are currently undertaking a Homelessness and Rough Sleeping Review, a significant part of which includes analysis of services throughout the Gosport Borough.
09 August 2021 - A major redevelopment of Gosport's Old Grammar School can now go full steam ahead following approval of planning permission and £100,000 in funding from Arts Council England (ACE).
23 July 2021 - Cutting carbon emissions across the whole of Gosport is a massive challenge and needs everyone in the borough to work together. That's why we've set up the independent Gosport Climate Change Partnership, bringing together a wide range of local organisations who can share their views and expertise.
20 July 2021 - Residents, businesses and commuters are being invited to have their say on proposed improvements to public transport facilities at Gosport Interchange. Hampshire County Council has launched a survey so residents can have their say on the proposals.
16 June 2021 - Two Gosport shop owners are celebrating after becoming the first to be awarded grants to help them improve their historic shopfronts and restore the character of the town centre.
19 May 2021 - A partnership of organisations from across Gosport has been awarded a £100,000 grant from Historic England as part of the High Streets Heritage Action Zone (HSHAZ). Gosport Cultural Consortium will create and deliver a programme of community-led cultural activities on the high street over the next three years.
Saturday 8 May - The results of the Gosport Borough Council elections on Thursday 6 May have been announced following a count at Gosport Leisure Centre today.
8 March 2021 - The council has strongly condemned the damage caused by vandals to eight gravestones at Ann's Hill Cemetery and has begun work to repair and restore the gravestones. The gravestones were damaged by spray paint on Friday 5 March. The council is now working with a local stonemason to professionally clean the stonework and make sure there is no lasting damage. Where possible, relatives of the deceased are also being contacted by the council so that the families concerned can be kept informed on the restoration work.
1 February 2021 - The council has launched a Go Local campaign to help support the local economy during national lockdown and in the future, once tier restrictions are eased. It aims to help businesses remain operational and encourage people to 'think local, act local and buy local'. The council hopes residents will consider independent retailers and show their support by shopping locally (online) where they can.