The proposed sites for dwellings which were all voted through to be included are as follows:

Greenfield sites. ‘Rest of Borough’

Heath Road Locks Heath – 71

Raley road Locks Heath –  49

399-409 Hunts Pond Rd Titchfield – 22 (10 already agreed)

Stubbington Lane hill Head – 12

Sea Lane Hill Head – 8                  This total 152


Greenfield Allocations Main borough

North & South Greenaway lane Warsash  – 700

Newgate Lane South Peel Common – 475

Southampton Road Titchfield – 400

Downend Road East Portchester – 350

Romsey Avenue Portchester – 225

Cranleigh Road Portchester – 120 (permission already given)

Pinks Hill Wallington – 80

Funtley Road South Funtley – 55

Moraunt Drive Portchester – 49

Hunts Pond Road Titchfield – 38

Beacon Bottom West Park Gate – 30

Military Road Wallington – 26

69 Botley Road Park Gate – 24

Funtley Road North Funtley – 23

North Wallington and Standard Way Wallington – 21

Beacon Bottom East Park Gate – 5                                   This total 2501

Brownfield (previously developed land).

‘Rest of Borough’

Genesis Centre Locks Heath – 35 dwellings

Wynton Way Fareham – 13 dwellings

335-337 Gosport Road – 8 dwellings

 This total  56

Main Borough 

Civic area Fareham town centre – 100

Market Quay Fareham town centre – 100

Fareham station East  – 120

Fareham Station West  – 94

Crofton conservatories West St Fareham – 49

Magistrates court Fareham – 45

Former UTP site Western way Fareham – 34

Lysses Car Park – 24

Wykeham House School East St Fareham – 15 (15)

Delme Court West St Fareham – 11                               This total 577

New Brownfiedl sites

Warsash Maritime Academy – 100

Hampshire rose Highlands Road Fareham – 18              This Total 118


This is in addition to the ongoing Welborne plan.

Links to the full draft plan can be found here.

Warsash & Portchester to bear the biggest load.

Press release from FBC:

A new Draft Local Plan was agreed at the Executive held on 9th October and will be published for consultation later this month. The plan sets out how the Council plans to tackle the growing need for new homes in the Borough over the next 20 years.

The Plan identifies sites for housing, employment space, and places where retail and leisure facilities could be provided. It also identifies areas to be protected, such as countryside, community and leisure buildings, and open spaces.

Now that the Draft Local Plan has been agreed in principle by councillors the next step will be to seek residents’ views. People will be able to have their say on the proposals in writing and at a series of Community Action Team (CAT) meetings and exhibitions.

The exhibitions will be open to all and run from 2-6pm, and the CAT meetings will run from 7-8.30pm:

•Wednesday 25 October Local Plan CAT Meeting, Portchester Community School (by ticket only)*

  • Thursday 26 October Local Plan CAT Meeting, Holy Road, Stubbington Room
  • Wednesday 8 November Local Plan CAT meeting, Ferneham Hall, Fareham
    • Friday 10 November Local Plan CAT Meeting, Warsash Victory Hall (by ticket only)*
    • Monday 13 November Local Plan CAT Meeting, St Peter’s Church, Titchfield

    An extra date for the Local Plan Consultation exhibition has been added to the calendar to allow anyone who may have missed the first round of engagement events to get involved. This will take place on Tuesday 21 November from 3:00-7:00pm at Ferneham Hall’s Octagon Room.

    Councillor Seán Woodward, Leader of Fareham Borough Council, said: “This is the first time in over 20 years that we are looking to allocate greenfield land for housing, outside of that planned for Welborne. Our Draft Local Plan sets out a way we think we can meet the Borough’s housing needs well into the future. However, this is a draft document and we are asking residents to get involved and tell us what they think. It is vital to make provision for new homes as, if we don’t identify sites for them, they will be imposed upon us. We are rolling the Local Plan forward by an additional 10 years to 2036. That, taken with people’s increased longevity and changes to living arrangements, means we need more land for more homes. I would encourage residents to come along to one of our CAT meetings and exhibitions, so they can ask questions and have their say.”

    * Note: Due to the venue sizes, the CAT meetings at Victory Hall in Warsash and Portchester Community School will be by ticket only so we can ensure we can accommodate all those who wish to attend. Tickets can be booked by phoning 01329 236 100 or emailing Two tickets per person will be allowed. You will not need tickets for any of the exhibitions or other CAT Meetings.

    In addition to the exhibitions and CAT meetings a survey will be available on the Council’s website from 25 October with paper copies available on request. The draft Local Plan will be available to view in person at the Civic Offices and libraries in Fareham and Gosport. We will also post regular reminders about our consultation on both Facebook and Twitter.



Originally posted 2017-10-11 16:44:05.