The Ashfield Partnership will endeavour to provide a regular update of work taking place on and around the Mountbatten Park site. These updates will continue to be shared in the Mountbatten Park News section of The Ashfield Partnership website. This page can also be accessed via a link from the North Baddesley Parish Council website.

  • The Hoe Lane works are due to be completed by the 21st of May
  • Hampshire County Council then has to certify the work
  • Once certified work will start (probably during June) on the four junctions
  • Roads and sewers within the site will then follow over the next four or five months
  • Mains services will then be laid
  • Construction of new homes can then begin
  • We are hoping to arrange with SSE to divert and bury the overhead cable at the western end of the site in September, when adjacent tree felling can then be completed
  • We are hoping to have complete new replacement farm buildings at Hatchett before the winter
  • Work to create the ponds and leaky dams within the Luzborough Plantation will proceed throughout the summer
  • Once permission has been granted, the new route to connect Mountbatten Park with the Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space will be provided

Please address any queries to [email protected]

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