Are you passionate about your community? Do you want to ensure that the transformation of Whitehill & Bordon from Garrison Town to Green Town delivers the best for its residents? Do you have skills to offer, and motivation to help us create a thriving, integrated community as the town grows?
We’re looking for trustees to […]
From South Eastern Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group:
You may have heard of the Healthy New Town plans for Whitehill and Bordon. A key part of this will be a health campus which will see health and care services coming together in a central location in the new town.
In recent years we have been talking […]
Non-profitmaking groups in Whitehill & Bordon can now apply for grants of between £500 and £1500 towards projects that promote a healthy lifestyle.
Earlier this year, Whitehill & Bordon was delighted to be awarded NHS England Healthy New Town Status. The new community grants are part of this initiative. They aim to encourage non-profitmaking groups […]
The initial phase of woodland clearing on Hogmoor Inclosure has almost been completed, paving the way for the re-introduction of heathland, a natural ecology that is essential to creating a diverse wildlife habitat. A big step in the creation of the proposed Suitable Alternative Natural Greenspace (SANG).
So far almost five hectares of predominately […]
With the help of the Ministry of Defence (MoD), over a mile and a half of new bridleway is now being constructed along the edge of Longmoor Ranges, providing a safe, off-road route for walkers, cyclists and horse-riders. This forms a key part of the final section of the Shipwrights Way, from Whitehill & […]
Another quarterly update is making its way to Whitehill & Bordon residents this week.
The brochure contains the latest information on the Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Project and will delivered to every home and business in the GU35 postcode over the next two weeks.
Inside you’ll find details of what’s happening where […]
Whitehill & Bordon is set to become one of the healthiest towns in the UK – after being awarded ‘Healthy New Town’ status.
The town was one of 114 fiercely competing for the sought-after flagship health status, an NHS England programme, supported by Public Health England, which aims to design towns […]
Housing Minister Brandon Lewis has seen first-hand how Whitehill & Bordon is leading the way in the government’s initiative to transform public sector land into thriving communities with new homes, jobs and facilities.
Whitehill & Bordon was in the national spotlight today as the minister visited to see work starting on the first […]
Construction of the first homes at Quebec Park is now underway and the first show home will be open later this year. Stakeholders, residents and local dignitaries attended a formal ‘start on site’ tour and presentation at Quebec Park this week (4th February 2016) as construction of the first phase of the development got […]
Press release from Hampshire County Council
Progress on the Whitehill & Bordon Relief Road, to facilitate the re-development and economic regeneration of the town, continues with essential drainage works starting in Lindford Road on Monday 1 February.
Councillor Seán Woodward, Executive Member for Economy, Transport and Environment said: “Whitehill & Bordon is to benefit from […]
Dog owners from Whitehill & Bordon can get their pets micro-chipped for free at an event run by East Hampshire District Council.
New laws say all dogs over the age of eight weeks need to be micro-chipped by Wednesday 6 April 2016.
East Hampshire District Council’s Animal Welfare service is offering dog […]
Plans for a state-of-the-art health campus in Whitehill & Bordon’s new town centre are shaping up with a potential developer on board – less than a year after East Hampshire District Council pledged to take a proactive role in making it happen.
Speaking at a packed community forum in January last year, […]
An energy-efficiency scheme has been so popular with East Hampshire residents that all funding has now been allocated.
The East Hampshire District Council (EHDC) scheme, called Cosy East Hampshire, has helped residents improve the energy-efficiency of their homes by offering them cashback for installing new boilers, insulation, solar panels and more.
Cosy East Hampshire […]
The retail support programme offered independent retailers in the town grants of up to £1000 to […]
The service will be free for five days to encourage people to use it to get around Whitehill & Bordon and reduce their reliance on cars for […]
East Hampshire District Council (EHDC) hopes to incorporate elements of Poundbury’s design into the regeneration of Whitehill & Bordon.
Whitehill & Bordon is […]
Enterprise Zone status has been secured by the Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership – paving the way for millions of pounds of private investment and thousands of new jobs. Chancellor George Osborne has announced a new Enterprise Zone for Basing View, in Basingstoke, Longcross Park, in Chertsey, and Whitehill & Bordon which will deliver […]
From 10:00 am to 2:00 pm residents will be able to learn about the relief road construction, review detailed plans and ask questions about the scheme’s development.
The Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company has agreed to invest £54 million in the local community during its regeneration of a former military site in the town. The package, a requirement of the developers’ planning permission to regenerate Prince Philip Barracks, was agreed with the East Hampshire District Council this week.
The contribution […]
The Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company has taken over the management of the 54 hectare Hogmoor Inclosure from the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO), as part of its plans to regenerate the Prince Philip Barracks. Change of management took place on Thursday 5th November, 2015.
The Inclosure will become an integral part of the new […]
The new building, which will be named the ‘Future Skills Centre’, will offer a variety of vocational training to post-16 students […]
The transformation of Louisburg Barracks is the start of Whitehill & Bordon’s regeneration, which will see 3,500 new homes built for the local community.
Construction has started this week on phase one of a new road that will kick-start the regeneration of Whitehill & Bordon.
This critical infrastructure will support and accelerate the town’s redevelopment, which will create 3,350 new homes, 5,500 new jobs, a new town centre, schools and leisure facilities.
The Meadow View Boardwalk and a new gangway in Alexandra Park were officially opened on Tuesday 8 September.
The Deadwater Valley Local Nature Reserve is an essential wildlife corridor between the Special […]
The Silent Wings Silent Wheels event, held at Lasham Airfield on Sunday 6 September, presented modern and vintage gliders and gave visitors the chance to test drive an electric car.
More than 400 people […]
The latest update on the Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Project is making its way to residents this week.
The 12 page brochure is being delivered to every home and business in the GU35 postcode and this issue answers some of the frequently asked questions about Whitehill & Bordon’s regeneration.
Inside you’ll also […]
The new building, which will be named the future skills centre, could offer a variety of vocational training to post-16 students and adults – with a focus on construction skills.
Are you interested in a career in public relations, marketing, communications or digital media?
Are you enthusiastic, hard-working and creative – but also with an eye for detail?
If you are, then look no further.
East Hampshire District Council is offering work experience opportunities this summer in its communications department where you could be doing […]
This ‘thinkpiece’ sets out an innovative approach to how the increased land value generated by regeneration can be captured so it has maximum community benefit. 290615 Capturing land value It has been developed by the Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Team and provides insight into: – establishing a review mechanism as part of Section 106 […]