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Alver Village

New Homes in Rowner, Gosport

Alver Village is an integral part of the exciting Rowner Renewal Scheme in Gosport.  It will provide a wide variety of attractive new homes for everyone.

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Grange Road - Rowner - Gosport - Hampshire - PO13 8NH

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About the area

Alver Village is situated in Hampshire in the borough of Gosport – a former garrison town – on a peninsula jutting out into the Solent which is connected by ferry to Portsmouth. A Tesco supermarket is part of the development, perfect for the weekly shop and also bringing with it over 200 new jobs, there is also a brand new Aldi supermarket in Gosport. Meanwhile, you will find plenty of shopping, sports and leisure opportunities locally in Lee-on-the-Solent, Gosport and of course Portsmouth. In Gosport itself there are places to eat and drink, excellent museums and water sports galore.

In Gosport you can enjoy High Street shopping in the town centre, specialist shopping in Stoke Road and the traditional seaside town charm of Lee-on-the-Solent. From Gosport hop across to Portsmouth on the ferry and you have endless shopping opportunities in the city centre and Southsea. The magnificent Gunwharf Quays on Portsmouth Harbour is retail and entertainment heaven, with its designer outlets, cinema, bowling alley, comedy club, fitness suite and fabulous waterside restaurants. There’s plenty more shopping to be enjoyed in the traditional market town of Fareham or why not visit Whiteley Shopping Centre off Junction 9 of the M27 - an exciting shopping venue with over 50 popular high street retailers and also offers a selection of well-known restaurants, cafes and also a brand new Cineworld cinema. 

Travelling to and from Alver Village is easy by road, with Junction 11 of the M27 around 8 miles away. Easy access to the motorway makes it convenient for commuting into Portsmouth, Fareham or Southampton. Portsmouth can also be reached by passenger ferry from Gosport, which operates 7 days a week and takes about 7 minutes, which means you can connect with Portsmouth Harbour railway station, terminus of the Portsmouth direct line to London. The ferry can also be used by motorcycles. Your nearest national and international airport is at Southampton. With Fareham & Gosport Primary Care Trust less than a mile away and several dentists in the area, not to mention a pharmacy in Nimrod Drive for supplies and prescriptions, healthcare services are plentiful. Gosport War Memorial Hospital includes a Maternity Centre whilst Queen Alexandra is a general hospital with an emergency department.


There is no shortage of schools for all ages in the immediate area. Siskin Junior School and Siskin Infant and Nursery School are actually located within the development. Several other junior and infant schools are less than a mile away, including Grange House Infant and Junior School. Bay House School was within The Times Top 200 state schools in the country and has a Sixth Form College. Brune Park Community College is a specialist Performing Arts College with a thriving Adult Education section, and Portsmouth University is highly regarded for further education. For the little ones the Gateway Pre-School is within easy reach.

From shopping to education and from travel to healthcare, every aspect of life is well and truly covered at Alver Village.

How to find us

Heading Eastbound on M27

Leave the M27 at Junction 11 and take the exit for A27 signposted Fareham Central/Gosport/A32. Continue for 1.5 miles and turn left onto Gosport Road/A32. After 0.5 miles continue onto Newgate Lane/B3385. Continue along Newgate Lane/B3385 going straight across two roundabouts. Continue on Newgate Lane until you reach Peel Common Roundabout, taking 1st exit onto Rowner Road/B3334. Continue for 1.4 miles going across one roundabout, then at the next roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Grange Road. The sales information centre is on your right hand side.

Satnav postcode: PO13 8AP


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Development Layout

This development layout shows how phase 4 at Alver Village will look when it is complete.

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Alver Village is situated in Hampshire in the borough of Gosport – a former garrison town – on a peninsula jutting out into the Solent which is connected by ferry to Portsmouth. A Tesco supermarket is part of the development, perfect for the weekly shop and also bringing with it over 200 new jobs. Meanwhile, you will find plenty of shopping, sports and leisure opportunities locally in Lee-on-the-Solent, Gosport and of course Portsmouth. In Gosport itself there are places to eat and drink, excellent museums and water sports galore.

Find out why our residents like Alver Village.

Local information

Footballers from Gosport Borough are set to work with schoolchildren after winning funding.

The football club, based in Privett Park, is already working with four schools in the area.

Now The Football Conference Trust has handed the club £15,000 to open more schemes.

Developing a community hub

Rowner Community Hub will become a welcoming and sustainable high standard accommodation for community and social action in the Grange Ward.

The aim is to improve the physical infrastructure available to the community by joining the Nimrod Community Centre (NCC) and the Rowner Youth Centre creating a built environment that raises aspirations whilst providing opportunities for local people.


Our objectives are to improve the facilities for the local community groups; provide greater access to adult education and information and advice services. At the same time Rowner Community Trust want to develop more provision for vocational training and young peoples personal development.


Alver Village scoops prestigious housebuilding award!

We’re delighted to announce that Alver Village was named ‘Best Development of the Year (51+ units)’ at the Local Authority Building Control (LABC) Regional Building Excellence Awards on Thursday 3rd November 2016!

The esteemed awards recognise achievements in the construction industry – rewarding excellent buildings, outstanding companies, and partnerships and individuals that go that extra mile.


Pupils get safety message across in competition

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Mrs Wray and Sally Prince with the winners and one of the winning entries.

Arty pupils from a local primary school have been busy designing posters to highlight the dangers of playing on or near building sites.

The youngsters from Siskin Junior School took part in the competition after having a visit in assembly from our team at Alver Village.

Our staff gave a talk warning about the hazards that building sites can contain, before inviting the pupils to come up with a poster to convey this important message.

We have now chosen the four winning designs by Balieah Bhoulari, Greg Grzegorz, Connery Meakes and Rebecca Hopkins of Years 3 to 6 respectively, which will now be displayed outside the development, opposite the school.

The winners also won book vouchers worth £10 each, while the school has also been given book vouchers worth £150 as a thank you for supporting the competition.

Roz Wells, Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey Southern Counties, says: “We had lots of excellent entries from the pupils at Siskin Junior School and we were really impressed with the time and effort all the children put into the competition.

“It was a really difficult job to judge the best entries, but the four winners stood out for us. Their designs conveyed the serious message about the dangers of building sites in a way which we hope will help other children understand too.”

Amanda Wray, Assistant Headteacher at Siskin Junior School, says: “We thought the competition would really raise the profile of health and safety and we were really pleased with the uptake from the children. They’ve really engaged with the message.

“We’ve been absolutely delighted with the partnership with Taylor Wimpey. They did a great job when they came out to talk to the children in assembly. We’re very appreciative of all the help and support we’ve been given.


Chris and Joanne get Help to Buy at Alver Village

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 Chris Coupe and Joanne Castleton love the layout of the open-plan kitchen and lounge in their ‘Beckford’ property.

“Gosport is an up-and-coming area now. Since Taylor Wimpey started building Alver Village, it has really turned things around. They got rid of some rundown, ugly blocks of flats and now there are some lovely new homes in their place which are very pleasing to the eye. What used to be plain, dull and grey is now really welcoming, and with some new green areas.

“And since Taylor Wimpey came here, it has encouraged other redevelopment in the area – a new Tesco, Subway and community centre have all opened here now. It’s really improved. We also knew two other friends who had moved to the development and they spoke highly of the area and of Taylor Wimpey.

“There are always lots of things going on in Gosport, the local amenities are really good and Fareham and Portsmouth are nearby too. It’s also on the coast, and there’s a ferry which can take you across to Portsmouth if and when you need it.

“Going from a one-bedroom apartment to owning your own two-bedroom house is such a big improvement. A new-build home is a blank canvas and we’ve really enjoyed buying lots and lots and lots of things to decorate.

“Without Help to Buy, there’s no way we would have been able to make this move. We just wouldn’t have been able to afford it, simple as that. Help to Buy made getting on the property ladder possible.

“The whole thing, from initial viewing to getting the keys, only took about two-and-a-half months. The Sales Executives are real experts in their field and helped us with all the paperwork, which they knew like the back of their hands. They were faultless. If we ever had a query, they were always on the end of the phone. Nothing was too much trouble.

“Even after moving in, their after-sales service is incredible. If we have any issues they are more than happy to help.”

Chris Coupe and Joanne Castleton, residents at Alver Village.



Armed forces discount

Looking for an armed forces discount? At this development, members of the armed forces could get a discount of up to £500 for every £25,000 spent on a new home. If you think you could be eligible, why not find out more about our armed forces discount today?



Easymover is available here, which means you could provisionally reserve a new Taylor Wimpey home at this development - even if you haven't sold your existing property.

And that's not all. With easymover, we'll make your house move as stress free as possible. We'll liaise with your estate agent on your behalf, we'll pay their fees and we'll manage the whole house selling process - making your life so much easier! Take a look at our easymover page for more information.

Terms and conditions apply to the Easymover scheme.

Part Exchange


Given the current social distancing restrictions to reduce the spread of Covid-19, we may be unable to progress Part Exchange at this time. Please speak to your Sales Executive for further information.

Why not consider Part Exchanging your existing property for a brand new Taylor Wimpey home? With our Part Exchange scheme, you could move into a new Taylor Wimpey home without the hassle of selling your old one.

When you buy a new home using our Part Exchange scheme, we’ll offer to buy your existing property from you, at a price we agree with you based on two independent valuations.* You'll avoid all the stress of putting your house on the market, managing and paying for estate agents, and worrying about house buying chains! Interested? Find out more about Part Exchange.

Terms and conditions apply to the Part Exchange scheme.

Help to Buy: Equity Loan


This is one of just a few homes that is still eligible for the current Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme, which is open to both first time buyers and existing homeowners and means you'll need just 5% deposit to buy a new home. From April 2021, the price cap for Help to Buy will depend on the area you live in, and the scheme will be offered exclusively to first time buyers. Find out more here.

With the current Help to Buy scheme, the Government will lend you up to 20% of the value of your new build home via an equity loan. You will need to secure up to a 75% mortgage and put down a 5% deposit. You’ll own 100% of your home from day one.

Find out more about how the Help to Buy scheme works.

Help to Buy: Equity Loan – Terms and conditions apply. Applicants should seek independent financial advice, and get information and guidance on applying for a Help to Buy: Equity Loan at www.helptobuy.gov.uk.


This development is managed by the Southern Counties Taylor Wimpey regional office