Whitehill and Bordon Relief Road Path J2-J3

A new shared use pedestrian and cycle route along the A325

Last update: November 2020

Latest Update
Hampshire County Council has appointed Kier Integrated Services Limited to complete works to deliver a new shared use pedestrian and cycle route along the A325 Templars Way between Oakhanger Road and Dukes Quarter. The creation of this new shared-use route will make it safer and easier for people to walk or cycle to and from residential areas and local services, encouraging people to leave the car behind for short trips.

The work commenced on 16 November 2020 and is expected to be complete in February 2021.
Scheme Overview
This project will provide a shared-use pedestrian and cycle facility on the eastern side of the Whitehill and Bordon Relief Road (A325) between Junction 2 and Junction 3. The scheme will complete a continuous route for pedestrians and cyclists along the full length of the Relief Road and address the issues that have been highlighted by the local community regarding pedestrians currently walking down the A325 verge.

This scheme will contribute to the continuing development of an area-wide network of pedestrian and cycle improvements that are being developed by the County Council and partner organisations as part of the regeneration of Whitehill and Bordon.

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.

Please view the plans

Location plan

Technical plan 1

Technical plan 2

Contact us
Economy, Transport and Environment Department
Hampshire County Council
The Castle

SO23 8UD