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 RELEASE! New homes at Dukes Quarter, Whitehill & Bordon.

The new showhome and show apartment are open now open by appointment only, our new sales office is located off Budds Lane.

Click on the button for more information about these 3 & 4 bedroom homes.

More info

 

Budds Lane – Bordon – Whitehill & Bordon – Hampshire – GU35 0JE
Telephone: 0118 391 4937

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Prince Philip Park
Prince Philip Park walking tour footage
Prince Philip Park Timelapse footage
We are saddened by the news of the passing of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh. Our thoughts are with Her Majesty the Queen and the Royal Family.

We mourn the life of an extraordinary man and a great supporter of the training of the British Armed Forces. The military has been a key part in the history of Whitehill & Bordon. Home to the Canadian Army during the First World War and post-war to the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME).

Havannah Barracks was renamed Prince Philip Barracks in 1984, in honour of the Duke of Edinburgh as Colonel-in-Chief of the REME. An honour we wanted to retain when the barracks and surrounding area became Prince Philip Park in 2018.

Photo credit: Woolmer Forest Heritage Society. A selection of these images appear in The Royal and Mechanical Engineers in Bordon 1942 -2015. A Pictorial History of the Bordon Garrison by Chris and Bill Wain.