In March 2016, Whitehill & Bordon was selected as one of 10 NHS England Healthy New Town demonstrator sites across the country.

East Hampshire District Council (EHDC) worked with a wide range of public sector, private sector and voluntary organisations to provide lots of fantastic opportunities for local people of all ages to be active, eat healthily, improve their mental health, stay socially connected and get out and about in the town on foot or by bike.

More information on the scheme can be found here: Healthy New Town leaflet (pdf 1.5 mb)

Whitehill & Bordon A Healthy New Town 2016-2020 – The Achievements

A booklet highlighting some of the successful initiatives which have been set up through the Whitehill & Bordon Healthy New Towns programme can be found here.

The Legacy – Healthy Whitehill & Bordon

Looking to the future, the Whitehill & Bordon Healthy New Town Partnership will continue to work together to deliver projects that ensure a legacy for the Healthy Whitehill & Bordon programme. All of this work is designed to encourage residents to live healthier lives, reducing the need to visit their doctor and in turn the burden on the NHS.



Healthy New Town Programme presentation

Kate Hillerby (Whitehill & Bordon Healthy New Town Programme Manager) delivers us a case study on Whitehill & Bordon, an NHS healthy new town, at futurebuild 2019.

Ensuring quality: Quebec Park presentation

Paul Phasey (ArchitecturePLB) and Jonathan Rikard (Radian) talks about ensuring quality through the assured performance process at Quebec Park, at futurebuild 2019.