PUBLIC CONSULTATION WEBSITE
St Edward Homes is proposing a residential redevelopment of Hartland Park, a 135 acre site in Pyestock, Fleet. We will work with Hart District Council, as well as existing local communities, to develop a sustainable new village with homes, shops and community spaces.
The site was previously home to the National Gas Turbine Establishment, an important facility in the development of aircraft jet engines in the post war period. Advances in technology rendered much of the facility obsolete, causing it to be decommissioned in 2000 and sold for redevelopment. The site currently benefits from an implemented planning permission for a major distribution centre of 1,350,000m sq ft which was granted planning consent by the Secretary of State in 2009.
St Edward is now in the process of developing proposals for a residential redevelopment of the site, which would make a significant contribution towards meeting the need for new homes in the area. As a brownfield site, Hartland Village will be an ideal location for delivery of new homes in a development with a distinctive character of its own with village shops and community facilities.
The project team held two rounds of public consultation during 2016 (July and November), with exhibitions held in Fleet and Farnborough alongside meetings with relevant local stakeholders and community groups. You can find a copy of the information shown during the first stage by following this link and the second stage by following this link.
We have now held our third and final public engagement, where we presented the finalised proposals ahead of a planning application to Hart District Council.
We recently held two exhibitions on:
If you were unable to attend either of these events, you can download a copy of the presentation boards from here. You can also request a copy of the display information be sent to you by contacting us via one of the options shown below.
St Edward is committed to thorough public consultation on all of its projects and will work in partnership with GL Hearn to engage with the local communities.
If you would like to formally register for updates on the project, please feel free to contact us via one of the following options.
+44 (0)344 225 0003
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