Looks as if this page will disappear soon as the site will be finished.
I wonder just what
"As part of its planning agreement, Bloor Homes is providing £44,480 for the maintenance of an equipped play area and a further £20,237 for improvements to public open space close to the site." will entail.
Read the article from The News here.
The development of affordable dwellings at the Fareham College site will deliver 30 affordable homes consisting of:
Artists impression of the site
Work has begun to turn the former Bishopsfield School site in Fareham into 120 homes
Laurel Grove in Fareham is on course for its first sales in autumn, with more than half of the eight-acre site set aside for open space. Laurel Grove in Fareham is on course for its first sales in autumn, with more than half of the eight-acre site set aside for open space.
Councillor Seán Woodward joins Fareham College to bid farewell to old school buildings
"Councillor Woodward, said: “It is not often that someone gets a chance to wreak such a revenge on his old school and I am delighted to be helping to demolish this one"
So he is now going to help wreak havoc on our already overstretched infrastructure. I wonder if the A27 'improvements' have taken the additional 200+ cars that this development will create into account or will the Bishopsfield Road now become a nightmare?