The CVA is a local residents group looking to protect the historical village of Catisfield.
The road through Catisfield was once the main route between Fareham and Portsmouth to the east and Southampton to the west. Samuel Pepys probably rode through it on his travels as did Margaret of Anjou on her way to wed Henry VI at Titchfield Abbey at the bottom of Fishers Hill in 1232.
Once an independent hamlet, it has become adjoined to the town of Fareham.
It is part of two Conservation Areas, one of which protects part of the pleasant Catisfield Lane and the other covering the land going down to the Meon River and the historic Titchfield Abbey.
The Meon is a very attractive little river, which flows into the sea (the Solent in fact) less than 3 miles away.