Aside from Hogmoor Inclosure, there are many other green spaces in Prince Philip Park
A linear park of around 4.5 hectares will form the spine of the development. Informal open space and natural green space will also be included.
A new Town Park has been built in the town centre that wraps around The Shed (www.theshedwb.com). This area acts as a focal point for people to sit back, meet with friends and relax. A terrace will overlook the landscaped park from the former Sergeant’s Mess. There is also a children’s play area and a Petanque court.
Play areas for children of all ages, will be scattered through the scheme so young people are never far from a place to play.
There will also be provision for 1.39 hectares of allotment space.
Please click here for a map and more details about Hogmoor Inclosure and green spaces at Prince Philip Park.
The Green Loop
As part of our vision for Whitehill & Bordon to be a green healthy and connected town, a Green Loop is currently being installed and, upon completion, will include the following:
- A 7km loop encircling, and connecting, the new and existing town. It will provide a high quality, safe and well-signed route, which connects the town’s greenspaces such as: the Deadwater Valley Local Nature Reserve (LNR), Hogmoor Inclosure and Bordon Inclosure. All of which are managed by the Deadwater Valley Trust (DVT), Bordon Inclosure managed on behalf of the Whitehill Town Council and Hogmoor Inclosure in conjunction with the Whitehill & Bordon Community Trust and The Land Trust. Plus, it will connect the Pocket Parks (Honey Pin Orchard and Nut Tree Meadow), the residential areas across the town, employment and town centre areas;
- A secondary network of footpaths and cycle routes connecting the town to the Green Loop
- Signage, landmarks and public realm enhancements – to support navigating your way around the town.