Prince Philip Park, Whitehill & Bordon
Prince Philip Park is one of the largest regeneration projects of its kind in the UK.
Beyond the main hub of the town centre will be several commercial zones that are attracting a range of industries, from technology and science to film.
We have worked with a variety of stakeholders, including local and national government, to deliver these new community facilities and housing. There is much more to come over the next five years.
- Hogmoor Inclosure
- Future Skills Centre
- New skate park
- Bordon and Oakhanger Sports Club pavilion and venue
- Oakmoor School
- New leisure centre
- A town park
- The Shed – a place for delicious artisan treats, home cooked meals, arts and crafts, creative workspaces and an exciting mix of entertainment from near and far.
- 3500 beautiful new apartments and houses
A town with a military history
The town of Whitehill & Bordon has a significant past as a military town. Prince Philip Park celebrates this history, whilst looking to the future as a modern place to live and work. Artwork, sculptures, street names, buildings, colours, heritage groups and centres, all help to keep the town’s military history very much a part of its future.
We are creating an eclectic mix of housing at our Hampshire and Oxfordshire developments. Every home is built with great care and to a very high specification with many fantastic features as standard.
Variety is king at Whitehill & Bordon
A new and exciting neighbourhood in Hampshire, the housing at Whitehill & Bordon is a brilliant mix of sustainable and affordable properties, from modern apartments for downsizers and first-time buyers to attractive three and four-bedroom houses for professionals and growing families. All well connected with the stunning new town centre and a range of green open spaces.
Whitehill Chase is a collection of new homes, off the High Street in Whitehill & Bordon. Being delivered through a joint venture between Dorchester Living and Taylor Wimpey, the two, three and four-bedroom houses and one and two-bedroom apartments, will sit in a beautiful woodland setting, close to a range of places to eat, drink and shop.
Oxney Quarter will provide a green and leafy setting for a collection of 360 one and two-bedroom apartments and two to five-bedroom executive houses.
This beautiful new development is being designed by Scott Worsfold Architects, who were behind elements of the design of the award-winning town of Poundbury in Dorset. Scott Worsfold Architects is taking their inspiration from the character of the area and the traditional Hampshire style of housing.
A new care home will deliver increased care facilities for older residents in a quiet setting in the town.