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South Alton Planning Application

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The large planning application for South Alton is now in consultation with East Hampshire District Council, this application will cause significant development of around 600 houses around South Alton.

The reference number is 30021/056 and can be commented on at EHDC's site with this link up to and including the 12th of June.

There are significant highways and access changes in addition to the housing. Please take a look and comment on this application.

The application states :

30021/056 | HYBRID APPLICATION: Development, following demolition of existing buildings to include:


1) Outline application (all matters reserved, except access) for:


a) Residential development (with a net developable area of 7.12 hectares) at land east of Selborne Road;

b) Residential development (with a net developable area of 11.5 hectares) and provision of a country park on land at the former Lord Mayor Treloar Hospital, Chawton Park Road;

c) Associated vehicular, pedestrian and cycle access to the highway network, general amenity areas (including informal and formal open spaces), ecological areas; equipped play areas; landscaping; vehicle and cycle parking; bin stores; electricity sub-stations; lighting; drainage and associated infrastructure works, including sustainable drainage systems; and associated engineering and service operations.

2) Full application for:

d) Highways works, including:

i. a new roundabout in Selborne Road to provide entry/exit to the 'Land east of Selborne Road' site and new link to Winchester Road;

ii. construction of a new road and associated groundworks linking Selborne Road with Winchester Road, following demolition of Stonehill farmhouse and associated buildings;

iii. re-arrangement and closure of Winchester Road at its eastern end and provision of new turning area; iv. works to provide a new roundabout at the junction of Selborne Road with Winchester Road (as existing), Butts Road and Whitedown Lane;

v. associated works within the highway at the junction of Chawton Park Road and Whitedown Lane;

vi. a new access into the 'former Lord Mayor Treloar Hospital' site from Chawton Park Road;

vii. works within the highway in Northfield Lane; viii. pedestrian crossing at Whitedown Lane to provide access to the new country park;

e) Works associated with the construction of a replacement railway bridge across Whitedown Lane following removal/demolition of existing (Butts Bridge). Land at Lord Mayor Treloar Hospital Site, Chawton Park Road, and land East of Selborne Road Alton


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