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Oak Park Liphook

Oak Park - Longmoor Road - Liphook - East Hampshire - GU30 7NZ

Oak Park in Liphook received planning consent for 155 homes, 62 of which are for affordable housing.

  • Oak Park Development Proposals

    Taylor Wimpey has received planning permission for our scheme of 155 homes. 

    Please feel free to send us an email by clicking 'Email us' at the top of this page, or by writing to the following address;

    Amy Nash
    Taylor Wimpey Southern Counties
    Colvedene Court
    Wessex Business Park
    Colden Common
    SO21 1WP

  • The Development Site

    The site covers an area of approximately 4.9 hectares and is bordered by existing residential properties and a further field to the north. 


    The development contains an independent surface water detention basin within the site boundary and we will connect into the existing foul drainage system. We will attenuate up to 1 in 100 year rainfall events plus climate change.


    The development has the potential for significantly increasing opportunities for wildlife in the local area, through the retention, creation, management and enhancement of habitats within the residential development area and Lowsley Piece.


    The development is located less than two miles from the local centre and train station. There is a choice of primary schools within walking distance of the development. The site has good road connections to the A3. 

  • Our Proposals

    Our proposed development includes a mixture of traditional, family homes which will provide a balanced community. The proposed new homes will be traditional in design and in keeping with local building styles and materials.

    Affordable housing

    40% of the new homes in our proposed development will be provided as affordable housing, to be made available for affordable rent and shared ownership through a local housing association.

    Street layout

    The proposed layout will provide a network of interconnecting public streets and open spaces which will provide a permeable and varied public realm. Residential areas are based on loose grids of blocks facing public spaces and inward facing private spaces. 

    Access junction

    Vehicle access to the development will be from a new roundabout on Longmoor Road. 

    Parking provision

    Residents’ car parking within our proposed development will largely take the form of garages, driveways and allocated off-street parking spaces. There will be a number of designated visitors’ spaces.

    Landscaping and open space

    The proposed development will feature a SANGS area on the parcel of land to the northern boundary of the site. There will also be a play area and other landscaped areas within the development. 

  • Local Contributions

    We will make significant financial contributions towards improving local infrastructure and community facilities. Contributions will be made to East Hampshire Council in accordance with local requirements for: 

    Community Project Worker 


    Environmental Improvements

    Green Travel Plan Approval 

    Green Travel Plan Monitoring 

    Open Space 

    Primary Care Trust 


  • Taylor Wimpey Donation Helps Hampshire Hospice Charity

    The Rosemary Foundation in Petersfield, Hampshire, has received a helping hand from Taylor Wimpey Southern Counties to buy a brand new piece of equipment to assist with its hospice at home services.

    The leading local housebuilder, which is currently building high-quality new homes across the region, has donated £370 to the charity to purchase an aspirator – a suction device that relieves symptoms to enable patients and their families to be more comfortable during end‑of‑life care at home.

    Julie Cotsell, Clinical Manager at the Rosemary Foundation, says: “The foundation has a team of nurses trained in palliative care who provide services to people at the end of their lives who wish to be at home, rather than be admitted to a hospice or hospital.

    “A condition that can sometimes occur at end of life is when the patient can no longer swallow their saliva, which is something we do without being aware of when we are fit and well.

    “As our patients become weaker these secretions can build up, producing a rasping sound which can be distressing for their families. Medication can be given to assist this, but occasionally this isn’t enough and this is when an aspirator may be used.”

    The Rosemary Foundation currently has 16 nurses working regularly, who between them provide on‑call services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

    “This equipment is very important to us as it’s portable, so the nurses are able to take it with them to patients’ homes,” continues Julie. “It helps to ease symptoms and makes a huge difference to both patients and their loved ones.

    “We’re delighted to receive this donation – to have this equipment on hand makes end‑of‑life care for our patients and their families so much more comfortable. Everyone at the Rosemary Foundation is so grateful to have this support from Taylor Wimpey.

    “The foundation receives no statutory funding, so we’re heavily reliant on community fundraising and support. This means that we don’t have a lot of money available for equipment such as the aspirator, so this is massively beneficial to us.”

    Alex Sciarretta, Associate Land and Planning Director for Taylor Wimpey Southern Counties, says: “We’re honoured to lend our support to the Rosemary Foundation and support this wonderful charity and the fantastic work it does.

    “It’s very important to us that we support the communities where we build our new homes, and helping the foundation to improve its services can help make a difference to so many local people and their families.”