The Project

A total of 2,400 sustainable new homes will be built, with a mix of properties for private sale, private rental, affordable housing,social rent and shared ownership.


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A place to learn

The standard of education in the wider area of Whitehill & Bordon is strong, and caters to all ages, giving families a choice of junior schools through to college and further education.

Oakmoor School, originally Mill Chase Academy, moved from its previous location to a new school situated on Budds Lane in November 2019 and Bordon Junior and Infants Schools are being expanded to cater for the expansion of the town.

A place to work

Business is vital for the future of Whitehill & Bordon. We are creating an environment for a range of skilled, semi-skilled and service related jobs. This will be a great place to do business, and our aim is creating over 3,000 jobs. We are building on the heritage of engineering and promoting social enterprise and entrepreneurship.

A place to enjoy

We want to ensure the creation of a vibrant long-lasting town centre with a variety of shops, cafes, community and commercial business space.


Getting in and out of the town centre will be made easier, with the introduction of a new transport hub. There will be an community bus service to surrounding villages and road networks.



Our vision for the town centre will be revealed this Autumn and we will seek your opinion to help us shape this key element of the Masterplan.

A place to explore

A key feature of the scheme is its natural setting, green areas and
parks. We’re particularly delighted that the Hogmoor Inclosure, 54 hec-
tares of strategic woodland and heathland will be home for a variety of
wildlife, and an area for local people to enjoy with picnic areas, footpaths and cycleways.

A place to unwind

Children and adults can help to design a number of totem poles and sculptures that will be influenced by the local area. These will be placed at entrance ways and seating areas around the site.

Jamie Cummins, Countryside Ranger with the Deadwater Valley Trust,said: “It’s great that we’re looking after Whitehill & Bordon’s fantastic
natural environments and I can’t wait to see what Hogmoor Inclosure is going to look like when the improvements are finished.

”Other leisure space that will be created or enhanced include:


  • The construction of a new six lane swimming pool and indoor leisure centre
  • Creation of new parks, natural green space, children’s play areas and allotments
  • Improvements to existing football, cricket pitches and the BOSC Pavilion


We have partnered with Deadwater Valley Trust. Please click here for details about the trust and their events.

Getting around

There are a wide range of transport improvements planned as follows:

  • A new relief road taking through traffic around Whitehill & Bordon
  • Improving six road junctions:
  • A31/B3001 Hickleys Corner
  • A31/A325 Coxbridge Roundabout
  • A325/School Hill Mini-roundabout
  • A325/B3004
  • B3004 Mill Lane/Ashdell Road
  • A325 The Street/B3384 Echo Barn Lane
  • Providing a traffic management plan for surrounding villages
  • A community bus service, stops and shelters to the development and local area
  • A new green loop – pedestrian and cycle route improvements in the locality locality
  • A travel plan for the development offering detailed information on all the transport options available and setting out how these will be managed