A30 SW Corridor – Brighton Hill Roundabout Improvements

Improving the A30 SW Corridor, including Brighton Hill Roundabout

Last update: November 2018

Scheme overview

The A30 South West (SW) Corridor provides an important link between the M3 Junction 7 and Basingstoke Town Centre, serving existing communities in South Ham, Brighton Hill, Kempshott and Hatch Warren. A number of new housing developments are proposed or being implemented at along the corridor, at locations identified in the Adopted Local Plan. These will increase travel demand in future years.

The County Council has provisionally secured £13.0 million of Local Growth Deal funding from the Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership for improvements to the A30 SW Corridor. This matched by £5.6 million of funding from the County Council, primarily financial contributions from new developments, giving a total budget of £18.6m. This funding will be used to implement proposals that address existing and future congestion problems along the corridor.

The County Council has commissioned feasibility work to identify preferred improvements to Brighton Hill Roundabout. In the short term, further work will be undertaken to identify preferred improvements to Kempshott Roundabout and the County Council is seeking funding to examine further improvement that would be required for the A30 SW Corridor.

Executive Member decision day 13 November 2018

To consider a report of the Director of Economy, Transport and Environment regarding progressing to Project Appraisal stage the proposed improvements to Brighton Hill Roundabout in Basingstoke, as part of the Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership’s (EM3 LEP) Basingstoke South West Corridor to Growth.

 

 

Public Consultation closed

This report summarises key findings from the public consultation which took place from 3 September 2018 to 1 October 2018.  The consultation was an opportunity for local residents and businesses to provide their views on the proposed improvement scheme to Brighton Hill roundabout, as well as an opportunity for respondents to give their views on the initial ideas to improve the Kempshott Roundabout and the A30 South West Corridor more generally.

The consultation material can still be viewed.

This video shows an output from the transport model and shows how the proposed junction would operate during the AM Peak in 2031.

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