Thermal Imaging

Would you like to reduce your heating bills this winter?

A thermal-imaging camera is an amazing device as it can see the temperature of everything; it’s able to show us where heat is escaping from our homes and our buildings.  Often the camera reveals that heat is leaking out through draughty windows or badly-fitting doors, or through a roof without enough insulation.  By using a thermal imaging camera to identify heat loss in your home you can take measures to tackle these problems and achieve significant savings on our winter heating bills. If you would like to find out more about how to use the camera and what to look for please click on the YouTube video links below. If you would like to request a thermal imaging survey or hire the camera please visit:  Request a Thermal Imaging Survey (schoolsenergyproject.org.uk)

Would you like to reduce your heating bills this winter? | Test Valley Borough Council

Accounts/Annual Returns

pdfREPC Annual Return 31 03 20145.3 MB

pdfREPC Annual Return 31 03 2015.pdf5.31 MB

pdfREPC Notice of Conclusion of Audit 2015 167.87 MB

pdfREPC Exercise of Public Rights Accounts for Year Ended 31 March 2016.pdf1.55 MB

pdfREPC Annual Return 31 March 2016.pdf5.24 MB

pdfREPC Exercise of Public Rights Accounts for Year Ended 31 March 2017

pdfREPC Audit Return 31 March 2017.pdf1.14 MB

pdfREPC Notice of Conclusion of Audit 2017

pdfREPC Notice of Public Rights Publication of Unadopted AGAR 2017/181.56 MB

pdfREPC Unaudited Annual Governance & Accountability Return (AGAR) Yr Ended 31 March 20181.04 MB

pdfREPC Audited AGAR Year Ended 31 March 20185.75 MB

pdfREPC Notice of Public Rights Publication of Unaudited AGAR 2018/194.54 MB

pdfREPC Unaudited Annual Governance & Accountability Return (AGAR) 31 March 20195.5 MB

pdfREPC Notice of Conclusion of Audit for Year Ended 31 March 2019379.86 KB

pdfREPC Audited Annual Governance & Accountability Return (AGAR) 31 March 20195.96 MB

pdfREPC Notice of Public Rights Publication of Unaudited AGAR 2019/20135.03 KB

pdfREPC Unaudited Annual Governance & Accountability Return (AGAR) 31 March 20205.68 MB

pdfREPC Notice of Conclusion of Audit for the Year Ended 31 March 20202.66 MB

pdfREPC Audited Annual Governance Accounting Return (AGAR) 31 March 20205.54 MB

 pdfREPC Notice of Public Rights Publication of Unaudited AGAR 2020/21129.42 KB

 pdfREPC Unaudited Annual Governance & Accountability Return (AGAR) 31 March 20214.02 MB

 REPC_Notice_of_Conclusion_of_Audit_for_the_Year_Ended_31_March_2021.pdf

Audited_accounts_for_year_ended_31_March_2021.pdf

 

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey is one of the finest examples of Norman architecture in Southern England. Dedicated to St Mary and St Ethelflæda, an Abbess of Romsey at the time of the first millennium, it is home to a thriving community of Christians.

Whether you plan to visit the Abbey, to attend a concert, to come to a Sunday service, a wedding, a christening or a funeral, we look forward to welcoming you in person. There are also ample opportunities for you to get involved in the daily life of the Abbey.

Revd. Canon Tim Sledge, Vicar of Romsey

 

Another news item

Broadlands House is set on the River Test immediately to the South of Romsey and Viscount Palmerston employed Lancelot ("Capability") Brown to improve the mansion in 1767-8. Further alterations were made by Holland in 1788. Lord Palmerston, the Victorian Prime Minister was born here, and the house was the home of the late Earl Mountbatten of Burma.

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