A range of transport options to ensure you get out and about.


Prince Philip Park and Whitehill & Bordon sits in an enviable position amongst some of Hampshire’s most desirable villages.

WBRC are set to provide a transport plan within the Whitehill & Bordon area and eventually beyond. This will involve on demand cars, shuttles and eventually hoppas. This is something that is being worked on in 2020 and launches in line with the town centre opening. Watch this space for more information

Via the A3, A31, A30 and A272. The A3 connects London to Portsmouth and runs to the south of the town, approximately 3.5 miles away. Prince Philip Park is also under an hour by car from Southampton, Portsmouth, Farnham and Guildford.

Relief Road
Construction is completed of the new relief road which takes through traffic away from the town. This will free up the A325 road through the town for local traffic.

Walking and cycling
A new green loop will improve both pedestrian and cycle routes in the local area.

Work continues with Hampshire County Council to improve existing bus services and with the District Council in planning improvements to the community bus service.

Whitehill & Bordon is served by a number of local train stations offering fast links into Central London via South West Trains.

The town is well served by Southampton Airport, Gatwick Airport, Heathrow Airport and Portsmouth International Port.

Off-site improvements: as part of our development, there will be improvements taking place on the junctions at:

  • A31/B3001 Hickleys Corner
  • A31/A325 Coxbridge Roundabout
  • A325/School Hill mini-roundabout (Complete)
  • A325/B3004
  • B3004 Mill Lane/Ashdell Road
  • A325 The Street/B3384 Echo Barn Lane
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