Whitehill & Bordon’s transformation, includes 5,500 new jobs, a new town centre, new schools and new leisure facilities, hopes to create a more active, vibrant and resilient community. The project is already well underway and the project partners aim to keep current residents actively involved in the regeneration process. As a result, a group known as Xchange has been established.
Xchange is a group of organisations whose common goal is to keep residents updated on the regeneration plans and aims to be a channel for raising concerns and questions about the changes.
The organisations involved are:
- Community First
- East Hampshire District Council
- Homes & Communities Agency
- Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company
- Whitehill & Bordon Town Partnership
- Whitehill Town Council
During 2016 Xchange members were out in the community promoting various aspects of the regeneration and responding to queries from the public. They had a busy information stall at The Whitehill & Bordon Festival, supported and promoted developer consultation events and organised events for charities and community groups to put forward their views about the regeneration. Whitehill Town Council & East Hampshire District Council also organised public meetings related to regeneration plans.
Xchange is currently working on a project to improve access to community information for both existing and new residents ensuring that newcomers to the town can integrate quickly into their local community.
To contact Xchange, please email email@example.com.