Parkside regeneration sites

Site plan for regeneration

Parkside regeneration sites being considered

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The areas shown on the above plan are being considered as part of the Parkside Regeneration project. It is not yet certain that all of the sites will be included, if the project does move forward.

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This site is significantly constrained by the high voltage overhead power cables and metal lattice pylons. It presents the opportunity to become the entrance to the enhanced area. Consideration will need to be given to the proximity to the Basingstoke Canal Conservation area.

The largest of the sites under consideration. The location, next to the park, presents an opportunity to make the best of the views across the park. Careful consideration will need to be given to potential flood risk and otherwise protecting the environment

The independent retirement scheme, Heatherfields, has been included for consideration. Although it is of a traditional build, when compared to the houses in Sites A and B, many of the flats are small. A modern retirement living scheme could present options for people that want to downsize from other properties in the area. It is a key aim of the project to provide an independent retirement living scheme. If it is possible to provide a new independent retirement living scheme the location might be where Heatherfields is now, or it could be elsewhere within the wider regeneration area.

One of the smaller sites being considered but with the potential to be developed along with the Scout Hut (Site E). Consideration will need to be given to the proximity to the Basingstoke Canal Conservation Area. It is an aim of the regeneration to provide a new community building. Options for the location of the community building will be explored.

The first of two Scout Huts within the regeneration area (the other is in Site F). It is an aim of the regeneration to provide a new community building, one which would be suitable for the Scouts to use. Options for the location of the community building will be explored.

This site includes the 2nd of New Haw’s Scout Huts. As with the first we intend to consider whether a new community building could accommodate the Scouts whilst also providing a facility that can be used by the wider community. Options for the location of the community building will be explored. The accommodation at Heathervale Way varies significantly. A regeneration of this area could include new homes or a reconfiguration to include some of the static homes that are already there. The often-underused car park also presents an opportunity for additional housing.

There are no plans to build housing on the recreation ground. It has been included within the areas for consideration in case the open space can be used to help prevent flood risk, increase biodiversity as well as potentially being the site of a ground source heat pump heating system.

This could mean temporary partial closure of areas of the recreation ground but in the long term it would remain the same.

As with Heathervale Recreation Ground there are no plans to build housing on the allotments. They are included within the areas for consideration in case the open space can be used to help prevent flood risk, increase biodiversity, or potentially provide a site for a ground source heat pump heating system.

This could mean temporary partial closure of the allotments but in the long term it would remain the same.

The garages on this site are underused and require refurbishment. The site is also a key entrance to Heathervale Recreation Ground. It may be possible to provide some residential accommodation on this site, a flexible storage solution, new garages or another use.

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