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Bramley Park, Warsash

Bramley Park - east of Brook Lane - Warsash - Fareham - SO31 9FD

We are preparing proposals for a new residential development, along with an area of public open space, on land to the east of Brook Lane in Warsash, Fareham.
 

  • Overview

    Bramley Park, Brook Lane, Warsash

    We are currently preparing proposals for a new residential development on land to the east of Brook Lane in Warsash, Fareham - to be known as Bramley Park.

    Outline planning permission was granted on 17 May 2018.

    Under our proposals, we will provide up to 85 new homes – including one, two, three and four bedroom properties – with 40% to be affordable housing and 60% to be sold on the private market.

    We are currently preparing a Reserved Matters Planning Application for submission in the Autumn.

    In order to allow local residents and key stakeholders the opportunity to find out more about our emerging proposals, we will be holding a public consultation in the next few weeks - details to be confirmed shortly.

    Visitors will be able to view our emerging proposals, speak to experts from our project team, ask questions and provide us with their feedback on the scheme.

  • About the site

    About the site

    The site consists of a 2.69 hectares (6.65 acres) parcel of land off Brook Lane, just south of the junction with Barnes Lane.

    The site is located in the Western Wards area of Fareham Borough Council, and is within Warsash Ward.

    The site is relatively flat, falling from the north east corner towards the south west.

    The Taylor Wimpey development 'Strawberry Fields' is on the northern boundary.

    Formerly the site was used as a nursery and is now disused and heavily overgrown.

    There are overhead electric cables which will be put underground as part of our proposals.

  • What's proposed

    What's proposed?

    Outline planning permission was granted in May 2018, following a planning appeal.

    We are now preparing a Reserved Matters planning application. This is the detail required following the grant of the 'principle of development', under the Outline planning permission.

    We are proposing 85 new homes, consisting of a mix of 1,2,3 and 4 bed homes.

    40% of the site will be affordable housing.

    A new access junction will be created in the middle of the site on the Brook Lane frontage.

    A balancing pond will form part of the front of the site, to the south of the access.

    New homes will front onto Brook Lane, on the northern section above the access.

    Open space will be created on an element of the northern boundary, where there are some good quality trees, with the remainder of the open space located on the western boundary.

    An access will be allowed through the new development to access the land further south.

  • Community

    Community Benefits

    As part of the development, we will be making the following contributions towards the local community:

    • Highways contributions of £254,000 towards improvements to the Brook Lane/Barnes Lane/Lockswood/A27 junctions
    • 40% (34) affordable homes - split 70% for Affordable Rent and 30% for Intermediate Homes (eg shared ownership or shared equity)
    • Open space contributions of £108,000 towards Greenaway Lane Play Area
    • On site open space provision circa 3,000sq m, plus maintenance contribution to the council circa £18,000
    • Solent Disturbance Mitigation Project Contribution of £48,000
    • Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) contributions circa £460,000
  • Updates

    News & updates

    June 2018              Public Consultation event being arranged, to be held in July 2018   

    May 2018               Planning Appeal allowed by the Government's Planning Inspector

    April 2018               Planning Appeal held

    January 2017         Outline application refused by Fareham Borough Council

    September 2016    Outline planning application submitted (ref P/16/1049/OA)

    May 2016               Public consultation, held at The Genesis Centre on 19 May, between 2pm and 8pm