Whitehill and Bordon Integration Project

Last update: April 2021

Whitehill and Bordon Integration Project

The “Whitehill & Bordon Integration Project” is a collection of transport schemes planned to be introduced over a number of years, as funding allows. The plans include a package of transport measures to support Whitehill & Bordon’s regeneration into a Green and Healthy Town, such as:

  • widening footways to provide more and safer routes for pedestrians and cyclists;
  • providing more safer crossing points for pedestrians and cyclists;
  • making it easy for existing residents to access the new facilities; and
  • reducing traffic speeds in key locations such as the entrance to the new town centre.

In 2018 the County Council invited Whitehill & Bordon residents and businesses to comment on proposals designed to improve how people can travel around the town now the new relief road is open. The results are presented in this report and you can still view the information leaflet and exhibition plans.

The Integration Projects, planned over the next few years as and when funding is made available, include;

  • Budds Lane – Pedestrian and Cycle Improvements – completed October 2019;
  • C114 Camp Road – Ennerdale Road to Budds Lane – traffic management including pedestrian and cycle improvements;
  • C114 High Street –Chalet Hill to Woolmer Way (Tesco) junction – traffic management including pedestrian and cycle improvements;
  • B3002 Farnham Road – Relief Road (Junction 6) to Station Road / Linford Road crossroads - pedestrian and cycle improvements;
  • Station Road / Lindford Roads Crossroads – junction improvement;
  • C114 Arrival Square (High Street) – Budds Lane to and including Chalet Hill - traffic management including pedestrian and cycle improvements;
  • C114 Petersfield Road – Sutton Field to A325 Firgrove Road / Liphook Road junction - traffic management including pedestrian and cycle improvements.

These roads are viewed as important links that are in need of treatment to ensure that they can perform the role / function required of them as part of the regeneration of Whitehill & Bordon into a green and healthy town.
Development and implementation of these schemes is subject to funding and the necessary approvals.

Wider Strategy
The Whitehill & Bordon Relief Road is part of a wider transport delivery strategy developed to support the Whitehill Bordon project.
Further information can be found here.
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Economy, Transport and Environment Department
Hampshire County Council
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Winchester
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