Stubbington Bypass

A bypass to divert traffic around the outskirts of Stubbington

Last update: February 2024

Scheme Overview

After 28 months of construction work the new bypass opened to traffic on 30 May 2022. The new bypass is the B3334 and named Daedalus Way, with the new roundabout on Gosport Road named the Daedalus Roundabout.

Stubbington Bypass Completion presentation and factsheet. Please see the exclusive aerial drone footage which shows the full scale of the work undertaken for the scheme.

Landscape Planting

Landscape planting scheme is being implemented that provides approximately 530 specimen trees, 365 conifers, 8,000 grouped trees, and 19,000 whips as new and replacement hedging. This will be maintained for 5 years after planting to help ensure it becomes fully established.

The £41.995 million Stubbington bypass scheme is funded by the Department for Transport, the Solent Local Enterprise Partnership and Hampshire County Council.

The new bypass will:

  • Divert through traffic around the north and east side of Stubbington;
  • Improve journey times and reliability on the Gosport Peninsula;
  • Help remove transport barriers to growth and encourage investment and regeneration, particularly at the Solent Enterprise Zone at Daedalus;
  • Provide a new single carriageway road between the B3334 Titchfield Road and the B3334 Gosport Road including a new junction at Peak Lane, and;
  • Improved off-road cycle routes between the A27 at Titchfield Gyratory and Gosport Road alongside the new road;
  • Improvements to Titchfield Road between the A27 and the new junction with the bypass (near the large greenhouses/Fides Cuttings);
  • Improvements to the Gosport Road between the new bypass junction (about 200m east of Marks Road) and the Peel Common roundabout;
  • Improvements to the A27 Titchfield Gyratory and further improvements to the Peel Common Roundabout (Gosport Road/Broom Way arms only);
  • Include traffic management and active travel improvements at the Gosport Road/Mays Lane and Gosport Road/Stubbington Lane roundabouts - further details can be on the scheme web page.

Stubbington bypass forms part of Hampshire's wider plan for improving access to Fareham and Gosport. As part of the plan some schemes have already been delivered including at the Newgate Lane corridor, the Peel Common roundabout, sections of the A27 between Segensworth to Titchfield and at The Avenue/Station Roundabout/Western Way.

Planning application and Supporting Documents

The planning application for the scheme was submitted to the County Council in July 2015 and planning permission was granted (subject to conditions) in October 2015 - view the application details

A Minor Material Amendment (MMA) Application has been made for the variation of conditions 3, 7, 8, 9, 14, 17 and 25 of application P/15/0718/CC for minor amendments to the design of the Stubbington Bypass.

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