Creation of a new and exciting neighbourhood in one of Hampshire’s largest towns.

Prince Philip Park is part of one of the most exciting..

…and innovative and largest regeneration projects in the UK. The development will provide sustainable growth in Whitehill & Bordon taking a community of 14,000 people to one with over 23,000 people. Our vision is to make Whitehill & Bordon one of the most desirable places to live, work and play in the region.

The Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company (WBRC) is a joint venture between Dorchester Regeneration and Taylor Wimpey appointed by the Defence Infrastructure Organisation to redevelop the former Prince Philip barracks in Whitehill & Bordon.

 

New homes at Dukes Quarter, Whitehill & Bordon.

The showhome and show apartment are open seven days a week located along the new relief road. Click on the button for more information about these 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes.

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Templars Way, Whitehill & Bordon, Hampshire GU35 9FG
Telephone: 0118 391 4937

We have a lot to celebrate in Whitehill & Bordon, read on to find out more

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) updateMay 2020

We have been working on how we can safely return to work and have introduced new protocols and procedures under Government guidelines, to ensure safe distancing measures are observed and site workers can remain safe at all times.  

Over the coming weeks, construction activity will increase around the town and we expect to open our sales offices and show homes soon, once we are able to do so. Play areas, Cafe Hogmoor and BOSC will remain closed for the time being, until we can be sure that they can operate safely again. We will be able to provide further guidance about the opening of these venues before the end of May.

Some construction and infrastructure projects have continued during lockdown, including work on the new town centre, and these works have progressed well and the town centre remains on schedule.

Under the Government's new guidelines announced on 10th May, people can meet up outdoors with others outside of their household as long as they remain 2 metres apart, and you can take unlimited amounts of outdoor exercise, sit or sunbathe in parks, and play sports with household members from 13th May. Residents of Whitehill & Bordon can enjoy the many green, open spaces in the town, including Hogmoor Inclosure, for exercise.