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We are inviting feedback on the draft LTP4 which will help to inform a final version, expected to be adopted by early 2023

The consultation is open from 4 April 2022 and closes at 11:59pm on 26 June 2022. Please note that responses received after this time will not be included in the findings report.

How to take part

Before giving your views, we ask you to read at least one of the following:

  • The LTP4 Summary document (40 pages) provides a high-level overview of the key content
  • The Draft LTP4 document (140 pages) contains the full text and additional technical details.
  • The Easy Read document designed for people with learning difficulties or who prefer to receive information in a more visual format.

When you are ready to share your views, you can do this by completing the online Response Form. This is also available in Easy Read format.

If you prefer to complete the Response Form offline a printable version is available.

You can also email your comments to: or write to Freepost HAMPSHIRE, writing ‘FM21 Strategic Transport’ on the back of the envelope. You do not need to use a stamp.

If you require a copy of the Draft Local Transport Plan or the Response Form in another language or alternative format (such as paper, large print, audio or Braille), or if you have any queries about the consultation, please contact or call: 0300 555 1388*.

*03 calls are usually included in most landline and mobile call packages and if not, are charged at no more than calls to normal home or business landlines

Hampshire County Council is seeking your views, comments, and information about you in order to inform the development of a new Local Transport Plan (LTP4). Your participation in this consultation is voluntary. You may refuse to take part or stop taking part at any time without penalty. Your responses are being collected for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest in the exercise of official authority vested in the County Council, and for reasons of substantial public interest. We will use the information to understand what people think about, and the perceived impact of, the potential options and to model the views of different groups within Hampshire.

All data will remain within the UK/EEA (European Economic Area) and will only be shared with third parties where they are undertaking data processing on behalf of Hampshire County Council. We will keep your personal information securely for one year, after which it will be deleted or destroyed.

You have some legal rights in respect of the personal information we collect from you. Please see our Data Protection page for further details. You can contact the County Council’s Data Protection Officer at in new window). If you have a concern about the way we are collecting or using your personal data, you should raise your concern with us in the first instance or directly to the Information Commissioner’s Office at