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Planning consultation begins on new community in Botley and Hedge End

Hampshire residents can now comment on two planning applications to develop the Uplands Farm Estate in Botley and Hedge End. The applications brought by Hampshire County Council present outline proposals for up to 1000 new homes, along with detailed proposals for a new secondary school and community facilities, with access and servicing arrangements to support the new school and initial phases of housing development.

New schools pre-application consultation - Uplands Farm Estate and Boorley Park

Hampshire County Council, in partnership with Wildern Academy Trust and the Department for Education, wish to consult with you ahead of the proposals to submit planning applications for new schools in the local area - a 7 form entry secondary school on land at Uplands Farm Estate and a 2 form entry primary school at Boorley Park.

Public consultation closes on emerging proposals for Uplands Farm Estate

The project team would like to thank everyone who participated in the consultation and provided their thoughts and comments on emerging proposals for up to 1,025 new homes, a secondary school and community facilities on Uplands Farm Estate in Botley and Hedge End – in response to local housing and education needs.

Have your say on proposals for new communities in Botley and Hedge End

Members of the public will be invited to provide their views later this month, to help shape proposals for new homes, a secondary school and community facilities on the Uplands Farm Estate in Botley and Hedge End - in response to local housing and education needs.

Newsletters

Uplands Farm Estate - newsletter 1 (Sept 2017)

Members of the public will be invited to provide their views later this month, to help shape proposals for new homes, a secondary school and community facilities on the Uplands Farm Estate in Botley and Hedge End - in response to local housing and education needs.

Uplands Farm Estate - newsletter 2 (August 2018)

Following public consultation last Autumn/Winter, planning applications have been submitted to Eastleigh Borough Council for up to 980 new homes of different types and sizes, including affordable housing, a new secondary school, a local centre (with potential for up to 1,000 square metres of employment space), public open space, sports pitches and additional allotments on the Uplands Farm Estate.