MHHL responsibilities also include the following:-
- The Control Tower. Most of this is sublet to Martlesham Heath Aviation Society who have created an excellent museum. MHAS contribute siginificantly towards the upkeep of the building. Here is a war time photo of the Control Tower.
- The access road to the Control Tower and its car park are private land, and are primarily for use by people attending events and meetings at the Control Tower and the football pitch. To help reduce parking problems in Deben Avenue for people taking children to Gorseland School, and also for football matches on the playing field, the gates to the access road are open between 08:30 and 17:30 on weekdays, and 09:00 and 13:30 on Saturdays. Please leave promptly before the closing times as you may get locked in.
- Litter bins. Other than the bins in the village square (which are the responsibility of the landlord of the Square) all the other bins were provided by MHHL and they are emptied on our behalf by Suffolk Coastal District Council.
- MHHL owns the football pitch opposite the school and the Parish Council kindly pay for its maintenance. The pitch is publicly accessible - users are asked not to damage the pitch. Dog walking is permitted, but bearing in mind its use please clear up any mess left by your dog - thanks.
- MHHL own the land next to the football pitch that the Centenary Play space is built on. The Parish Council kindly provided and maintain the site and play equipment.
- MHHL own the land behind the Pavilion (the Harry Higgins playspace), but the Parish Council kindly provided and maintain the site and play equipment.
- The WWII windsock near Forest Lane
- The clock in the tower in Manor Rd
- The padlocked barriers across entrances to the Western Corridor. These are for maintenance and Fire Brigade access.