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Land South of Bursledon Road, Bursledon

Land South of Bursledon Road - Bursledon - Southampton - Hampshire - SO31 8GN

We have just received detailed planning permission for 200 new homes, open space and a country park, on land south of Bursledon Road.

  • Overview

    Land South of Bursledon Road, Bursledon

    Taylor Wimpey is working with Eastleigh Borough Council to deliver 200 new-build homes in a range of styles and sizes.

    The development will boast 2, 3, 4 and 5-bedroom properties and just over a third of this will be affordable homes.

    When complete, public open spaces and a new country park will be available, all on the land south of Bursledon Road. 


  • What's proposed

    What's Proposed?

    Our proposal includes:

    • 85 new homes for sale
    • 45 new homes for rent (by Eastleigh Borough Council)
    • 70 affordable homes available for rent and shared ownership

    In a bid to ease traffic in the area, Kestrel Park will feature a new traffic light-controlled junction on Bursledon Road.This will help negate congestion from the nearby Kingfisher Grange development on Hamble Lane.

    The Jurd Way roundabout access to Kingfisher Grange will be closed off.

    View within site

    View from within Kestrel Park

    View from Kingfisher Grange

    View from Kingfisher Grange

     

    View from Hamble Lane

    View from Hamble Lane

    PLANNING LAYOUT

    Planning Layout

  • Community

    Community Benefits

    We aspire to go further than simply meeting the demand for new housing in the area, but instead make lasting contributions to bring communities together.

     As part of our plans we have proposed a package of contributions to both Hampshire County Council and Eastleigh Borough Council to help maintain and improve transport, community and education infrastructure.

    Funds in the region of £3.2m will go towards:

    • Education provisions
    • Highway improvements
    • Special Protection Area (SPA) mitigation measures
    • Public art
    • Community facilities
    • Open space
    • Play areas
  • Updates

    News 

    April 2018 - Planning permission has been granted. We hope to start on site in the next few months, once the planning conditions have been discharged.

    January 2018 - A detailed planning application has been submitted to Eastleigh Borough Council. The application can be seen by clicking here. Alternatively visit Eastleigh Borough Council’s webpage (https://planning.eastleigh.gov.uk/s/) and search for planning application reference F/18/82322.

    December 2017 - Newsletters sent to local residents neighbouring the site.

    We continue to seek the views of local stakeholders on our draft proposals; please feel free to send through any thoughts to sam.stone@taylorwimpey.com

    We will be sure to consider these, in addition to any further comments that may be made in response to the Council’s own consultation, to continually improve and amend our plans.