North Whiteley is a brand new 3,500-home sustainable community proposed by a consortium of housebuilders for land extending to the north of the existing community of Whiteley, Hampshire, which itself has the benefit of a recently completed new town centre complex.
The consortium, which comprises Taylor Wimpey, Crest Nicholson, Bovis Homes and JGP Lakedale, have received outline planning permission for the North Whiteley scheme from Winchester City Council on 30 July 2018.
The planning permission includes 3,500 new homes across two neighbourhood areas, plus a host of facilities including two primary schools, a secondary school, two neighbourhood centres with space for shops, a wealth of open space and community amenities.
The planning permission is based on a masterplan which has been developed in close consultation with Winchester City Council, Hampshire County Council, Whiteley Town Council, Curbridge Parish Council and Botley Parish Council.
The proposed development site is shown within the red line on the image on the right.
We are due to submit our Reserved Matters planning application (the detail pursuant to the outline approval) in the next couple of months, and hope to start on site towards the end of 2019.
First occupations are anticipated later in 2020.