Developers' contributions in Whitehill & Bordon
East Hampshire District Council has set aside a £1 million pot of money gathered from developers working in Whitehill & Bordon to fund community projects in the town.
£800,000 of funding has been raised for this project through contributions by developers working on the transformation of Quebec Park and Louisburg Barracks. Continue Reading Bordon Inclosure
Plans and funding have been approved for the Future Skills Centre on Louisburg Barracks which will provide a variety of vocational training with a focus on construction skills. Continue Reading Future skills centre
The Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company has taken over the management of the 54 hectare Hogmoor Inclosure from the Defence Infrastructure Organisation. Continue Reading Hogmoor Inclosure
There are various homes in great new developments on Quebec Park and Louisburg Barracks which are currently open and available to purchase. Continue Reading New homes
The relief road supports the planned regeneration of Whitehill & Bordon in order to provide a free flowing alternative to the A325 and relieve traffic congestion on the A325. Continue Reading Relief Road