Whitehill and Bordon Transport Schemes
Last update: March 2023
- Latest Update
- Hogmoor Road - Footway
(Heatherfields) to Oakwood Court - please view the plan.
- A325 Relief Road – Cycle Crossing Widening
Crossing for pedestrians and cyclists to be widened in accordance with new cycle infrastructure design guidance (Local Transport Note 1/20) to cater for additional cyclists following the Junction 2-3 link and future Green Loop path.
- Petersfield Road - Parallel Crossing
Crossing for pedestrians and cyclists to link New Road with the new Village Hall path. Measures to encourage appropriate traffic speeds will be provided as part of this scheme.
- Oakhanger Road / Budds Lane / Station Road (West) – Shared Use Path
Shared pedestrian and cycle facilities to link the new Maple Fields development, Hogmoor Road and A325 (Junction 3) to Oakmoor School. Measures to encourage appropriate traffic speeds will be provided as part of this scheme.
Further information can be found on the scheme web page.
- Arrival Square Improvements The scheme will provide the appropriate infrastructure to access the new town centre development as a destination from the North, South and East of Whitehill and Bordon. It will also connect residents living in the existing housing developments to the new town centre development. Further information can be found on the scheme web page. Works started on Monday 9 January 2023 and expected completion summer 2023.
All works are subject to statutory approvals.
Green Grid Green Loop
- Alexandra Park - shared use cycle/footpath. Works complete.
- South East Loop (Deadwater) - Works complete.
- Hollybrook Park Road and Apollo Drive – shared use path. Works complete.
- South East Loop (North Section) – shared use path from Jubilee Park to Bordon Inclosure - path substantially complete, works to the boardwalk and gateway from Mill Chase Road into Jubilee Park. Works complete.
- Lindford Link - shared use path from Bordon Inclosure to Hawthorn Way and Elder Crescent. Works expected to start in 2023.
- Viking Park – shared use path link from village hall to A325 Relief Road. Works complete.
All works are subject to weather and statutory approvals.
- Hogmoor Road - Footway
- Transportation Overview
The Whitehill & Bordon transport delivery strategy has been designed to help support the wider regeneration of the town.
The Whitehill and Bordon Sustainable Transport Improvements Package comprises the following elements;
- Whitehill & Bordon Integration Project
- Green Grid Green Loop (in partnership with East Hants District Council)
- Measures in surrounding communities to manage the traffic impacts of increased development and traffic use
- Traffic management measures in surrounding communities
- Whitehill & Bordon Relief Road
- Whitehill and Bordon Travel Plan
- Passenger Transport
- Green Grid / Green Loop
Hampshire County Council is working in partnership with East Hants District Council to implement the Green Grid Green Loop pedestrian and cycle network around the town.
Please view the GGGL existing and planned routes plan.
These supplement the Integration Projects with an aim to;
- Knit together the existing and new areas of town – creating easier access for non-motorised users that better integrates new developments with established settlements and creating a more cohesive townscape;
- Support better health by enabling active travel (more walking and cycling);
- Enable sustainable growth by promoting sustainable travel.
More information regarding the GGGL schemes and their progress.
To compensate for tree loss a GGGL tree/shrub replanting scheme led by HCC arboriculture will follow on from scheme construction. The trees to be removed as part of the schemes will be replaced at a 2:1 ratio with new trees at a nearby or alternative location in collaboration with local representatives.
- Whitehill & 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.
- 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
More information regarding the integration schemes and their progress.
- Relief Road/Travel Planning/Passenger Transport
A325 Relief Road
The road is a total length of about 2.6 miles (4.1km) and except for a short section of dual carriageway at the northern end comprises of a two-way single carriageway with separate provision for pedestrians and cyclists.
The road was designed and constructed in two phases at an overall cost of £27M funded in large part by HCC, Developer Contributions, Homes England and EM3 Local Enterprise Partnership and was opened in its entirety in January 2019.
More information regarding the A325 Relief Road.
Hampshire Services Travel Planning Team has been appointed to develop and deliver a Community Travel Plan (CTP) for Whitehill and Bordon. This approach will result in a travel plan that includes both new and existing local residents, ensuring that everyone benefits from advice, support and initiatives that help them to travel more actively and sustainably.
The travel survey of the Insights work will inform the final development of the CTP and HCC will invest in future travel plan measures, prior to producing a Local Action Plan which will be dependent on survey results.
More information regarding Travel Planning.
Discussions are ongoing with the Development Partners to develop a passenger transport strategy that meets the needs of Whitehill & Bordon.
Updates on this project will be provided in due course.
More information regarding Public Transport.
In response to questions that have been raised with us regarding the Whitehill & Bordon Relief Road and the Whitehill & Bordon Transport Strategy, a list of frequently asked questions and answers has been complied. This list will be updated periodically.
- Contact us
- Name Highways, Engineering and Transport
- Email [email protected]
- Phone 0300 555 1388
Hampshire County Council