Stubbington Village Improvements

Encourage walking and active travel in the village centre.

Last update: March 2022

Scheme Overview

These proposals focus on the two roundabouts on the B3334 Gosport Road in the centre of Stubbington, at the junctions with May’s Lane and with Stubbington Lane/Stubbington Green.
These measures aim to support the use of the bypass and discourage unnecessary through traffic from the existing route through the village, whilst retaining local access, and encouraging walking and cycling in the village centre.

The feedback from the stakeholder engagement undertaken in the autumn has been analysed and a report of the outcomes will be published on 1st March as part of the project appraisal report for the scheme, which will be considered as part of the Executive Member for Highways Operations Decision Day on the 10th March 2022. As a result of the feedback the scheme has been reviewed and revised [to retain two lanes on the Stubbington Lane and Gosport Road (north arm) approaches to the Stubbington Green roundabout, and on the Gosport Road approach to the May’s Lane roundabout. The footways will be widened and the proposed crossing points have been repositioned further away from the roundabout]. Full details will become available as part of the project appraisal report which will be available here from 1st March.

The objectives of the scheme are to:

  • Support use of the bypass and discourage through traffic;
  • Reduce road space at the roundabouts;
  • Widen the footways and introduce more crossings;
  • Reduce traffic speeds to support road safety;
  • Encourage more walking and cycling in the village centre.

The proposed changes to the roundabouts form part of the Stubbington Bypass scheme, which is currently under construction and is due to open in the Spring of 2022. Once further developed the proposals at the roundabouts will be implemented after the bypass is open.

These proposals will be funded from the Stubbington Bypass scheme and from the Government’s Active Travel fund.   The Decision Report can be viewed here: Executive Member Decision Day 10 March 2022.

Feedback Survey Results

The report summarises key findings from the feedback survey which took place from 18 October to 14 November 2021.  This was an opportunity for local residents and businesses to provide their views on the proposed improvement scheme.  The information pack is still available to view.

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