The history of Dukes Quarter, Bordon
The site of Dukes Quarter was originally a training base for the British Army and Prince Philip Park will celebrate the site's heritage with many of the garrison’s landmark buildings being restored and integrated into the new town centre.
On your doorstep
Surrounded by an abundance of local amenities, Dukes Quarter is ideally situated in the bustling town of Bordon, which alongside Whitehill, is set to become a prosperous and sustainable green town in Hampshire.
Enjoying life at Dukes Quarter
From 2020, the creation of a vibrant town centre with a variety of retails stores, cafes, a new leisure centre featuring a six-lane pool, new schools, community and commercial business space will be delivered. A range of cultural and leisure uses will draw visitors to the heart of the town, making it a destination of choice. This incredible regeneration is also dedicated to protecting and enhancing over 150 acres of green space in and around the local area, making sure that everyone in the community gets the most out of their hometown.
Getting out and about
Dukes Quarter is moments away from the A3 which connects London to Portsmouth and is also under an hour by car from Southampton, Portsmouth, Farnham and Guildford.
Liphook station is a short drive away with direct trains into Central London and surrounding towns and cities.