Learn about our plans for an exciting new community in Warsash
Under our proposals, we will provide up to eighty-five 1 & 2 bedroom apartments and 2, 3 & 4 bedroom new homes, perfect for young couples and families – with 40% to be affordable housing and 60% to be sold on the private market.
The site is located west of Locks Heath approximately 2.5km south-west of Junction 9 of the M27 on the route of Brook Lane between Locks Heath and Warsash.
Local shopping centres include Barnes Lanes Parade and Locks Heath District Centre to the West. The X5 bus service provides connections with Gosport, Fareham and Southampton. The nearest railway station is at Swanwick.
Being such a popular family location, there are a number of Primary and Secondary schools in the area plus school services also run to Henry Court and Peter Symonds colleges.
The architecture of the site is based on the local area and the introduction of new trees and on-plot planting will create a well landscaped public realm and distinctive sense of place.
The illustrative masterplan provides 0.38ha of green space which includes Public Opens Space and ecological buffers.
Our proposals for Bramley Park
The master plan
We want to create a thriving new community in Warsash. Our plans for Bramley Park are in line with the approved outline planning permission granted by Fareham Borough Council in May 2018.
Bramley Park is allocated for residential development in Fareham Borough Council’s Neighbourhood Plan and our proposals meet the objectives that the plan sets out. The development will provide a mix of 1, 2, 3 & 4 bedroom high quality homes, with 40% of which will be affordable housing, and each of the homes will have a dedicated parking space and garden.
Our proposals for private housing include 1, 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes and 2 bedroom coach houses.
The majority of the houses will be two storey, with a mix of detached, semi detached and terraced designs. There will be three apartment blocks in the centre of the site all of which are three storeys high.
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We understand that a new development will have an impact on the existing community and we have carefully considered this as we have developed our proposals.
The main road into Bramley Park will be from Brook Lane.
A transport assessment was completed as part of the process to gain outline planning approval. This confirms that the road network surrounding the proposed development has sufficient capacity to accommodate the traffic that will be generated.
The development provides open space to the east of the site with informal paths to walk through this area and a possible pedestrian connection to any further development plans, should they come forward in the future.
The site is located some way from the closest Conservation Areas: Sarisbury Conservation Area to the north and Warsash Conservation Area to the south west.
There are also a number of Historic Parks and Gardens located to the north and south of the site.
- Brooklands Historic Park and Garden
- Coldeast Historic Park and Garden
- Holy Hill / Sarisbury Court Historic Park and Garden
- Hook Park Historic Park and Garden
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Previous planning applications
Previous consultations and feedback
As part of the process of securing outline planning permission for Bramley Park we engaged with the local community, Fareham Borough Council and key stakeholders. We have taken on board the feedback received during this process, and it has helped us to shape our more detailed plans for the site.
We would like to thank everyone who gave us their feedback during the consultation period for our reserved matters planning application which has now been submitted to Fareham Borough Council.
History of the site features
We will also be carrying out work to implement additional traffic calming measures on Brook Lane and will be widening the road to assist in the delivery of a new junction.
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Upcoming consultation activity
We believe it's our responsibility to support our communities, so that people are proud to call them home. That's why we regularly donate time and money to local causes and are passionate about investing in the area we build.Sustainability Sustainability
We're committed to building greener, healthier homes for us all. From energy efficient fixtures and fittings, to cutting our carbon emissions and enhancing existing green spaces, we build sustainability into everything we do.
Learn more about our environment strategy here.News & updates News & updates
Keep up to date with our latest plans, news and updates about Bramley Park.
|September 2021||Reserved Matters Planning permission to be taken to committee.|
|October/November 2021||Planning permission due, we'll keep you up to date with further details once we know more.|