A public display at the
Harlington Centre took place on Feb 4th. The Fleet and Church Crookham
Society thought the extensive cost of decontamination will limit
viability to provide essential infrastructure such as affordable housing,
schools and recreation space. They also said that the five story
apartments would be too dominant as the site is near to Fleet Pond.
Fears that the rail and road networks would not be able to cope with the
additional traffic were also made.
extensive design work and two rounds of public consultation during 2016,
St Edward Homes will shortly be able to submit its proposals for the
redevelopment of the former Pyestock/Hartland Park site to Hart District
Council. The regenerated site will help to serve the needs of the area,
delivering much needed new homes and infrastructure to benefit existing
and future residents.
St Edward, we are committed to engaging with the existing communities in
which our development sites are located. This takes place from an early
stage, and throughout the planning process. We are now in a position to
present our finalised proposals ahead of the submission to the Council
project team will shortly be holding public events in both Fleet and
Farnborough, where we will be able to show how our proposals have been
refined over time and hear your feedback on the plans to be submitted.
project team hope you will be able to attend one of the following events
and look forward to discussing the future of the site with you:
4th February 2017 10:00am-4:00pm at the Harlington Centre, 236 Fleet Rd,
Fleet GU51 4BY
9th February 2017 3:00pm-8:00pm at the Southwood Community Centre, Links
Way, Farnborough GU14 0NA
you are unable to attend either of these events, you can request a copy
of the display information to be sent to you by contacting us.
will also be able to view all of the exhibition material, and provide
feedback via the dedicated project website.
you have any further questions or comments in the meantime please do not
hesitate to contact me.
Park Stage Two Exhibition Boards
here for a link to the exhibition boards that have been on display in
the Hart Centre in Fleet. All you need to know about the development.
invitation from Hartland Village
Earlier this year, St Edward Homes
acquired the former Pyestock / Hartland Park site and is proposing to
redevelop it into a sustainable new community. The regenerated site will
help to serve the needs of the area, delivering much needed new homes
and infrastructure to serve existing and future residents. In July 2016
we held our first public consultation events and will be holding our
second stage of public exhibitions in November 2016.
The project team hope you will be able to attend one of the following
events and look forward to discussing our initial proposals and the
future of the site:
Saturday 12th November 2016, 10am-4pm
Harlington Centre, 236 Fleet Rd, Fleet GU51 4BY
Monday 14th November 2016, 3:30pm-8:30pm
Farnborough Community Centre, Meudon Avenue, Farnborough GU14 7LE
If you are unable to attend either of these events, you can request that
a copy of the display information be sent to you by contacting us. You
will also be able to view all of the exhibition material, and provide
feedback, via the dedicated project website www.hartlandvillage.co.uk
after the 14th.
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The project team hope
you will be able to attend the following events and look forward to discussing
the future of the site.
Thursday 14 July 2016
3pm-8pm at the Southwood Community Centre, Links Way, Farnborough.
Saturday 16 July 2016
10am=4pm at the Harlingtonn Centre, 236 Fleet Rd, Fleet, GU51 4BY
15 June 2016
developer has announced a consultation on its plans to build the 1,500
homes in Hartland Park. This can be view
Letter from Matthew Evans
(St Edwards Homes)
I am writing on behalf of St Edward Homes, who will be working with Hart District Council, as well as existing local communities, to develop a sustainable new village with homes, shops and community spaces on the former Pyestock / Hartland Park brownfield site.
St Edward is a joint venture between the Berkeley Group and the Prudential, which have been developing homes and neighbourhoods together since 2006. It
focuses on creating beautiful, successful places across London and the South of England. The Berkeley Group works to tackle the shortage of good quality homes, and make a lasting contribution to the landscape and to the communities it helps create.
As you may be aware 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, leading to it being
decommissioned in 2000 and sold for redevelopment. The site currently benefits
from an implemented planning permission for major distribution centre of
1,350.000 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 (already developed) 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.
St Edward is committed to thorough public consultation on all of its projects and it is anticipated that the first round of engagement with local people will take place in the next few months. Further details of these public events and initial proposals for the site will be publicised in due course. In the meantime if you would like to formally register for updates on the project, you can do so via the project website
You can also contact the project team via 0344 225 0003 or firstname.lastname@example.org
if you have any questions at this point.
At last it seems that the proposed warehouse,
along with all the noise and large transport vehicles that most people
feared, has been put to rest. Hart District Council has proposed the
site should now be used to build residential houses with supporting
facilities and community spaces. Between 1,000 to 1,500 new homes could
be built. This would become a sustainable village and end the controversial
plans to build a new town at Winchfield. One of the problems that has to
be overcome is the additional decontamination needed if the land is to
be used for residential purposes.
Complete at Hartland Park
Just over a year since starting work at Hartland Park, specialist
contractor Brown and Mason has completed the demolition contract, making
the 119 acre site ready for future development as an employment park.
at Hartland Park
Despite the difficult winter weather
conditions, specialist contractor Brown and Mason is reaching the final
stages of the contract to demolish the redundant buildings at Hartland
Park and to make the site ready for future development.
20 Dec 2013
Roundabout Works at Hartland Park
Following the completion of the road works at the Windy Gap Junction,
Prologis and M&G Real Estate have appointed engineering and
construction specialists, Volker Fitzpatrick, to build a new roundabout
, Farnborough. The
works, which start on Monday 6 January, will provide a new southern
access to the
development and will be complete by the end of May 2014.
these works, VolkerFitzpatrick will also carry out minor improvements to
the roundabout on
works will be complete by the end of February 2014.
working on both roundabouts, VolkerFitzpatrick will maintain safe
pedestrian and cyclist access at all times.
works on these two roundabouts are the second phase in a series of six
road improvement schemes that we are obliged to carry out over the next
year under the
planning permission,” says Paul Weston, senior vice president at
realise that road works can be inconvenient, but we will make sure that
they are completed quickly, safely and efficiently.”
any additional questions regarding to the works, please contact
VolkerFitzpatrick on 07899
17 Feb 2013
Specialist contractor Brown and Mason is now completing the ninth month
of its one year contract to demolish the redundant buildings at Hartland
Park and to make the site safe for future development. Work is
progressing well and the demolition contract is on track to be completed
by early 2014.
It All Begins:
As plans for the redevelopment of Hartland Park move forward, Prologis and PRUPIM have
appointed specialist contractor Brown and Mason to carry out a demolition programme across
the site. The work will start on 18 February 20I3 and it will be
completed by early 2OI4.
The Hartland Park site, which was previously known as Pyestock, has planning permission
for redevelopment as an employment park. The demolition programme is the
ﬁrst step towards the regeneration of the site. but it is also an essential
Working with the Experts:
Brown and Mason is one of the leading decommissioning, demolition and asbestos removal contractors in the UK
and Europe with completed projects that include the demolition of Chelsea
Barracks and the decommissioning and demolition of 41 power stations. With this track record,
Prologis and PRUPIM are conﬁdent that Brown and Mason bring the necessary
level of experience and expertise to Hartland Paik. For further information
on Brown and Mason visit the company's website at www.brownandmason.com
During the preliminary stages of work on the site, the developers have been
working with a full team of consultants on areas
ranging from ecology. environmental and landscaping to noise, vibration and air quality. To ensure continuity,
Brown and Mason is retaining the same consultancy team to monitor activity and
provide expert. advice as the demolition programme progresses.
To minimise any impact that the demolition programme could potentially have on people living near the site,
Brown and Mason is putting in place the following measures
- The demolition programme will be carried out progressively, starting at
the North West end of the site. The ﬁrst stage will be to dismantle
- The proposed hours of work will be from 8.00am to 6.00pm Monday to
- No explosives will be used during the demolition process.
- Noise and vibration levels will be kept as low as possible within the practicable
constraints of demolition work. The levels will be monitored and appropriate
mitigation measures will be applied and reviewed as work progresses.
- Dust will be controlled at source by a
range of on-site systems. Dust levels will be monitored and
mitigation measures will be assessed regularly.
- Brickwork and concrete from the demolished buildings will be processed
and used to ﬁll pits and other voids across the site.
- Metal from the buildings and structures will be removed from site for re-cycling.
- Other materials will be removed from site in the
appropriate manner for safe disposal
- Site traffic is not expected to have a noticeable impact on existing roads.
- A traﬁic management plan will be agreed with the local highway authority.
- All HGV demolition site traffic will be directed to approach and leave the site
using junction 4a of the M3.