East Hampshire District Local Plan: Joint Core Strategy

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INFRASTRUCTURE AND DELIVERY PLAN

Core Strategy Definition of Infrastructure

INFRASTRUCTURE CATEGORY INFRASTRUCTURE TYPES RELEVANT CORE STRATEGY CHAPTERS DELIVERED BY
Housing Affordable housing Sustainable Communities, Natural and Built Environment, Registered social landlords, private developers, landowners, HARAH, Rural Housing Enablers, HCC, gypsy reps, EHDC, Housing associations
Health Acute care and general hospitals, mental hospitals, health centres/primary care trusts and ambulance services Sustainable Communities NHS, Hampshire Primary Care trusts, HCC, third sector, private sector
Education Further and higher education, secondary and primary education, nursery schools and skills training Sustainable Communities HCC, private sector, third sector
Social Infrastructure Social and community facilities, sports centres, open spaces, parks and play spaces Sustainable Communities, Natural and Built Environment HCC, faith groups, EHDC, private sector, Sport England, Fields in Trust
Flood Defences Flood protection, resistance and resilience Natural and Built Environment Environment Agency, HCC, EHDC, private sector and individuals
Public Services Waste management and disposal, libraries, cemeteries, emergency services, places of workshop, public toilets, water supply, waste water treatment etc. Sustainable Communities, Natural and Built Environment HCC, faith groups, EHDC, private sector, Water Companies
Transport Road networks, cycling and walking infrastructure and rail network Transport and Access Department of Transport, Highways Agency, HCC, Network Rail, rail companies, EHDC
Utility Services Gas, electricity, telecommunications Natural and Built Environment, Infrastructure, implementation and monitoring Utility companies, HCC, EHDC
Green Infrastructure Open spaces, soft landscapes, green infrastructure features Natural and Built Environment, Sustainable Communities Natural England, Sport England, South Downs National Park, Environment Agency, EHDC, HCC, PUSH, private sector, CABE, neighbouring authorities

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CIL – Community Infrastructure Levy
Dev. Partner – Development Partner
DIO – Defence Infrastructure Organisation
DPD – Development Plan Document
EA – Environment Agency
EHDC – East Hampshire District Council
GI – Green Infrastructure
Hampshire PCT – Hampshire Primary Care Trust
HARAH – Hampshire Alliance for Rural Affordable Housing
HBC – Havant Borough Council
HCC – Hampshire County Council
LTP – Local Transport Plan
MoD – Ministry of Defence
NHS – National Health Service
PUSH – Partnership for Urban South Hampshire
PWCo – Portsmouth Water Company
RP – Registered Providers
SDNP – South Downs National Park Authority
SPA – Special Protection Area
SPD – Supplementary Plan Document
1 FE – 1 Form Entry (Schools)

DISTRICT-WIDE

Note: The District-wide infrastructure and delivery table sets out the key strategic requirements for the whole District. These requirements are therefore not duplicated in the individual infrastructure settlement tables that follow. The settlement tables highlight specific key infrastructure for that particular settlement only. The Infrastructure Settlement Tables consist of:

  • settlements in the South Downs National Park (Petersfield and Liss),
  • the Whitehill Bordon Strategic Allocation,
  • settlements falling in the North of the South Downs National Park area (Alton, Liphook, Four Marks/South Medstead and Grayshott) and,
  • settlements falling in the Southern Parishes (Horndean, Clanfield and Rowlands Castle).

The Infrastructure and Delivery Plan has adopted a categorisation for each infrastructure item to reflect its importance to the delivery of the Joint Core Strategy in terms of the level of risk it poses to the Joint Core Strategy (not shown for Whitehill Bordon). The categories used are: Critical (C) - The identified infrastructure is critical, without which development cannot commence. Eg. transport/utility infrastructure. Necessary (N) – The identified infrastructure is necessary to support new development, but the precise timing and phasing is less critical and development can commence ahead of its provision. Eg. schools/primary health care. Preferred (P) – The delivery of the identified infrastructure is preferred in order to build sustainable communities. Timing and phasing is not critical over the plan period. Eg. libraries, green infrastructure, youth provision.

Infrastructure Category Level of Risk Project Lead Provider Cost Funding source Timing/ Phasing Progress (incl. how will it be delivered)
Housing C Affordable housing EHDC, SDNP & RP TBC (to be con-firmed) EHDC, SDNP, RP’s, Developers (S106), HARAH Ongoing Continuing through implementation of policy (Core Strategy, Allocations DPD, SPD).
Health N TBC TBC
Education C TBC TBC
Social Infrastructure P Open Space Developers TBC Developer contributions/CIL and HCC and SDNP Ongoing Identified in the Open Space, Sports and Recreation Study – East Hampshire.
P Shipwrights Way – legal costs HCC 2010/11
£2.5k
Local resources Ongoing Identified in the Hampshire Community Infrastructure Study – 2010 Supplement.
Countryside and Rights of Way Improvements.
Public Services C Infrastructure to serve new developments Developers, Water companies TBC Developer contributions/CIL Detail deter-mined at time of appli-cation Developer funding before development takes place.
Transport N Support Quality Bus Partnerships on inter urban bus routes EHDC, HCC TBC LTP3 Implementa-tion Plan, S106, HCC District Statement Ongoing District Statement and LTP Implementation Plan. Support community-driven transport solutions.
N Improve access at stations and to rail services for people with disabilities EHDC, HCC TBC LTP3 Implementa-tion Plan, S106, HCC District Statement Ongoing District Statement and LTP Implementation Plan. Support community-driven transport solutions.
N Speed limit changes with priority to reduce casualties. EHDC, HCC TBC LTP3 Implementa-tion Plan, S106, HCC District Statement Ongoing District Statement and LTP Implementation Plan. Support community-driven transport solutions.
N Provide access to services through community transport and neighbourhood car schemes. EHDC, HCC TBC LTP3 Implementa-tion Plan, S106, HCC District Statement Ongoing District Statement and LTP Implementation Plan. Support community-driven transport solutions.
N Traffic management measures to address rat-running EHDC, HCC TBC LTP3 Implementa-tion Plan, S106, HCC District Statement Ongoing District Statement and LTP Implementation Plan. Support community-driven transport solutions.
P Removal of unnecessary signage EHDC, HCC TBC LTP3 Implementa-tion Plan, S106, HCC District Statement Ongoing District Statement and LTP Implementation Plan. Support community-driven transport solutions.
N Maintain links from rural villages to Market towns to access services. EHDC/HCC TBC Support community driven transport solutions.
N Improve community/passenger transport within and into the town. HCC TBC LTP3 Implementa-ation Plan, HCC District Statements, S106 Ongoing Support community-driven transport solutions. Support for Quality Bus Partnerships. Delivery of local measures in District Statement and LTP Implementation Plan.
N Queen Elizabeth Country Park – car park HCC 2010/11
£6.5k
Local resources Ongoing Identified in the Hampshire Community Infrastructure Study – 2010 Supplement.
Countryside and Rights of Way Improvements.
Utility Services C Infrastructure to serve new developments Utility companies, Developers TBC Developer contributions/CIL Detail deter-mined at time of appli-cation Developer funding before development takes place.
Green Infrastructure P TBC TBC Assessment of district green infrastructure outlined in the East Hampshire District Green Infrastructure Study, August 2011

SOUTH DOWNS NATIONAL PARK

PETERSFIELD

Infrastructure Category Level of Risk Project Lead Provider Cost Funding source Timing/ Phasing Progress (incl. how will it be delivered)
Health N To be confirmed (TBC) TBC Ongoing discussions as part of the Petersfield Plan.
Education C Site identified for primary school at reserve housing site at Causeway Farm or expansion to existing schools HCC Children’s Services £5.5m Developer contributions/ CIL Ongoing Identified as part of reserve housing site in the Local Plan: Second Review.
Social Infrastructure N Requirement for an accessible and substantive community hall Developers To be deter-mined by local consul-tation Developer contributions/ CIL and HCC and SDNP Ongoing Identified in the Local Plan: Second Review and as part of the development briefs for the reserve sites.
Flood Defences C The management of areas susceptible to flooding Developers To be agreed with EA Developer contributions/ CIL Detail deter-mined at time of appli-cation Continued updating of the EHDC’s flood risk maps in line with revised EA flood maps.
Planning applications seeking approval for development within flood affected areas must be supported by a Flood Risk Assessment.
The Environment Agency is carrying out detailed modelling work in Petersfield to update the EA flood maps.
Public Services C Improvement scheme for the existing waste water treatment. Southern Water TBC Southern Water Installed by Sept. 2014 Further improvements may be necessary if flows increase as a result of proposed development.
Transport P Develop pedestrian and cycle networks. Links to Shipwrights Way project. HCC TBC LTP3 Implementa-tion Plan, HCC District Statements, S106 Ongoing Support community-driven transport solutions. Support for Quality Bus Partnerships. Delivery of local measures in District Statement and LTP Implementation Plan.

LISS

Infrastructure Category Level of Risk Project Lead Provider Cost Funding source Timing/ Phasing Progress (incl. how will it be delivered)
Education N Need to review education subject to new development HCC Children’s Services TBC Developer contributions/ CIL TBC School place planning strategy.
Social Infrastructure P Cricket wickets and Junior football pitches Developer TBC Developer contributions/ CIL and SDNP Ongoing Identified in Open Space, Sports and Recreation Study – East Hampshire.
Green Infrastructure C New development may need to contribute to appropriate mitigation measures re. proximity to Wealden Heaths SPA EHDC/ Developer TBC Developer contributions/ CIL and local provision Will be assessed through a Habitats Regulations Assessment.

View Comments (2) (2) WHITEHILL BORDON

Note: Please refer to the updated project viability report (GVA Grimley, 2011) for the detailed breakdown of the costs, delivery and assumptions. Contingency not included. Expected development phase By 2019 - up to 1700 new dwelling units and associated infrastructure. By 2026 - up to 4000 new dwelling units and associated infrastructure. Delivery will commence by 2015 with an expected delivery of 300-350 dwellings per year. The delivery plan assumes that the Delivery Vehicle or Development Partner will be responsible for providing the key infrastructure. The Delivery Board (Whitehill Town Council, Whitehill Town Partnership, HCC, EHDC, HCA, MoD, DIO) and Landowners Group (the MoD, Defence Infrastructure Organisation, Hampshire County Council and East Hampshire District Council and other principal landowners) are currently considering procurement options, market testing around this. There will be more clarity on this by early 2012 when such decision will be made. An outline planning consent will be secured on the overall site and individual sites/parcels of land will be marketed in phases from 2014 onwards.

Infrastructure Type Project Lead Provider Cost millions Funding source Timing/ Phasing Progress (incl. how will it be delivered)
Site Clearance & Enabling Works Demolitions Delivery Vehicle/ Dev. Partner 14 Investment development partner After 2014-15 Before the land transfer to the development partner and on individual sites for the demonstration projects.
Site Remediation MoD 5.21 MoD After 2015 As sites are made available for development.
Archaeology Delivery Vehicle/ Landowners Group 1.4 Landowners 2014-2015 Immediately after the vacation of the garrison for the entire land.
Unexploded Bombs MoD 0.75 Landowners Will be covered in the land transfer agreement under the standard MoD procedures.
Re-use of Existing Buildings Delivery Vehicle/ Defence Infra-structure Organi-sation (DIO) 2 Investment development partner As soon as vacated starting from 2014 Once the end user is identified the works will commence immediately. Fire Station retrofitting is due for the completion by summer 2012.
Bulk Earthworks Dev. Partner/ Private Developer 1.6 Investment development partner After 2015 Delivered in phases in accordance with the masterplan and subsequent to outline planning consent.
Sub total 24.96
Primary Infrastructure on site: creation of serviced sites - Transport and public realm Dept of Trpt, Highways Agency, HCC, Network Rail, rail companies, EHDC, Private Sector
A325 Treatment HCC/Dev. Partner 6 Developer contributions/ CIL By 2019 This will be a priority by 2019 once the alternative access/inner relief road is provided.
Bus Transport Interchanges: Hubs HCC/Dev. Partner 1.2 Developer contributions/ CIL By 2019 Linked with the phased delivery of the project and ahead of the major developments it will benefit both the new and existing residents. It will be delivered through a ring fenced contributions pot for the sustainable transport projects.
Primary Roadways – Inner Relief Road HCC/Dev. Partner 11 Developer contributions/ CIL By 2019 Works will start immediately after the vacation of the garrison to allow access to development plots, new town centre. The delivery ahead of the development will be required by the development partner.
Secondary Streets Private Developer 7.881 Private developer By 2019 Delivered by private developers to the specifications set by the Eco-town/highways authority with planning applications process in the future.
Temporary Access Roads Dev. Partner/ Private Developer 0.25 Private developer 2014-2026 Immediately after the vacation of the garrison to allow construction and service access for a minimum disruption to the existing network. As much existing roads will be used where possible, minimising the cost of this item.
Existing Retained Road Network Upgrades HCC/ Dev. Partner 4 Developer contributions/ CIL 2014-2026 By HCC/Development Partner to meet development phases.
Bus Transport Network Stops HCC/Dev. Partner 0.55 Developer contributions/ CIL 2015-2026 Same as above.
Green Loop/Green Grid Dev. Partner/ Private Developer/ HCC 2 Developer contributions/ CIL By 2026 Same as above.
Parking Dev. Partner/ Private Developer 0 Developer contributions/ CIL 2015-2026 Private developer based on the site specific requirements and phased out to allow reduction in car use as public transport is provided.
Bridges Dev. Partner/ Private Developer 1.38 Developer contributions/ CIL
Rail link Network Rail/ Community Rail/ Investment Partner TBC Network Rail, Investment Partner By 2019 The GRIP 3 stage study is currently underway and the final decision on its delivery is not yet ascertained. The investment required for this infrastructure is not included in the current viability work.
Cycle parking HCC/ Dev. Partner 0.15 Walking and cycling strategy is currently being commissioned. It will be accompanied by the implementation plan.
Bus subsidy HCC/Dev. Partner 20
Smarter Choices/ Travel Plan Dev. Partner/ Developers 3.5 Private Developer/ Developer contributions 2014-2036 Draft Framework Travel Plan prepared.
Sub total 57.91
Community Facilities/ Social Infrastructure
Health Primary Care Centre NHS, Hampshire Primary Care trusts, HCC, third sector, private sector 4.1 Developer contributions/ CIL/NHS Upgrading the existing facilities until 2016 and the new facility to be delivered by 2019-2021 NHS Hampshire is currently undertaking Health Needs Study and reconsidering the future provision at the Chase Hospital. The outcome of this consultation will be available in early 2012. We understand there is capacity currently within the existing facilities to expand for the first phase of the Eco-town. Plans will be developed in consultation with the NHS as future of health delivery is confirmed.
With the proposed NHS reforms, a private sector health care facility option will also be considered and enabled through the sites reserved for mixed use near the town centre.
Education Early Years Facilities Department for Children, Schools and Families, HCC, private sector, third sector, Education authority 2.86 Developer contributions/ CIL/Dept. of Education (DCSF)
Primary Schools 12.5
Secondary Schools 14.5 2020 Two sites are reserved for a new secondary school. Site ownership if with HCC and the MoD. The decision will be made by 2013 during the preparation of SPD or preparation of the outline planning application. The delivery will be by 2020.
Skills Centre/ Training 1
Leisure and Recreation Private sector/ Community 13.5 Community Sports Hub is currently being investigated. A site is reserved for a sports hub. The existing playing pitches improvements and recreation facilities will be delivered with the housing developments contributions and based on the Whitehill Bordon Green Infrastructure Strategy and Open Space, Sports and Recreation Study (2011 update).
Miscellaneous Buildings and Facilities 11
Sub total 59.46
Open spaces/ Green Infrastructure Natural England, Sport England, SDNP, Environ-ment Agency, EHDC, HCC, private sector, RPs Delivery is guided by the management and maintenance, outline implementation strategy in the Green Infrastructure (GI) Strategy (July 2011) and Open Space, Sports and Recreation Study (2011 update). Detailed phased delivery targets are included in the GI report. Priority by 2014 will be to prepare management plans for the existing open spaces after the MoD vacation and to agree on interim management arrangements. SANG (Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space) provision will be made in advance of the developments coming forward.
Playing Fields and Club Houses EHDC, Private developers 3.97
Neighbourhood Play Areas EHDC, RPs 2.2
Local Parks EHDC 4
District Parks HCC 6.27
Ecology Mitigation Private developers 3
Allotments EHDC, PRPs 0.45
Sub total 19.89
Utility Services Foul Water Drainage MUSCo 3.37 Early demonstration project by 2015. Set up ESCo/ MUSCo by 2016. Follow recommendations made in the Whitehill Bordon Energy Feasibility Study (July 2011). Energy Infrastructure & Services Delivery Study to set up either ESCo or MUSCo model for delivering utilities in the new development. A pilot project will be implemented through an early demonstration project.
Surface Water Drainage MUSCo 1.62
Sustainable Drainage MUSCo 2.4
Foul Water Sewerage Treatment MUSCo/ Thames Water 4.6 Water authorities will provide.
Water Recycling from Sewerage MUSCO/ Thames Water 1.5 Include links to the Water Cycle Study/Energy Feasibility Study.
Utilities MUSCo 8.1
Off Site Utilities Reinforcement: Gas Scotia Gas Network 3.5
Off Site Utilities Reinforcement: Potable Water South East Water 4.35
Off Site Utilities Reinforcement: Electricity Scottish and Southern 5
Sub total 34.44
Sub total B 171.70
Development of serviced sites – Housing Residential – private Private developers, landowners, Rural Housing Enablers, HCC 292.6 By 2019 and 2026 as outlined in phasing plan. The project delivery boards will set up a SPV between EHDC, HCC, Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) and the Development Partner. The basis if the SPV would be available before the competitive dialogue period beings in late 2013. The SPV agreement will include land equalisation agreements. After the outline planning consent is granted for the whole site, individual sites will be marketed to developers.
Residential – affordable Registered social landlords, gypsy reps, EHDC, Housing associations 155.4
Employment Retail and Leisure Dev. Partner/ Private Developer 27.5
Employment: Offices Dev. Partner/ Private Developer 44.7
Eco-business park – employment Dev. Partner/ Private Developer 35.4
Sub total 555.60
Total cost in millions 752.26

NORTH OF THE SOUTH DOWNS NATIONAL PARK

ALTON

Infrastructure Category Level of Risk Project Lead Provider Cost Funding source Timing/ Phasing Progress (incl. how will it be delivered)
Health N Health centre at Station Road Hampshire PCT TBC Hampshire PCT/NHS/ Local GPs 2017 onwards Working group established.
Education C Additional school places likely in view of level of housing proposed HCC Children’s Services £4.5m Developer contributions/CIL TBC Children’s Services undertaking School place planning assessment – ongoing. Expansion 1 FE (210 places at Wootey Infants and Junior Schools).
Social Infrastructure C Alton Sports Centre EHDC TBC EHDC plus others
Developer contributions/CIL
2014 onwards Working group established. Progress will be delivered in conjunction with other development.
N Community centre (new) EHDC TBC Developer contributions/CIL Ongoing EHDC funding spent on emergency maintenance/repairs.
Public Services P Alton Library improvements (best use of space, stock and IT access). Developer TBC Developer contributions/CIL Ongoing Identified by HCC.
Transport P Regeneration and upgrading of Alton Station, including further improvements to accessibility. Network Rail, South West Trains – HCC TBC South West Trains, Network Rail, HCC, EHDC Identified by the Alton Town Design Statement and Alton 2020 Vision.
C Butts Bridge Improvement Developer
HCC
TBC Developer contributions/CIL and/or other external funding. Ongoing May be the need for enabling development.
Green Infrastructure P Allotments Developer with Town Council TBC

LIPHOOK

Infrastructure Category Level of Risk Project Lead Provider Cost Funding source Timing/ Phasing Progress (incl. how will it be delivered)
Health N Need for larger premises for existing health provision Hampshire PCT (or replace-ment) TBC Hampshire PCT/NHS/ Local GPs Ongoing Planning permission granted for new surgery (July 2010).
Education C Need for greater educational provision HCC £0.93m Developer contributions/CIL Depends on house build timescales Identified by Hampshire County Council.
Expansion by one classroom at infant and two at junior.
N Refurbishment of Bohunt Centre Sports Facilities HCC/ Schools (Schools subject to academy status) TBC HCC/other organisations Developer contributions/ CIL Subject to academy status Subject to academy status.
Social Infrastructure P Improvements to the War Memorial recreation ground for children and young people Developer TBC Developer contributions/ CIL Ongoing Identified in the Open Space, Sports and Recreation Study – East Hampshire.
P Need for more football pitches Developer TBC Developer contributions/ CIL Ongoing Identified in the Open Space, Sports and Recreation Study – East Hampshire.
Public Services P Liphook Library improvements (best use of space, stock and IT access). Developer TBC Developer contributions/ CIL Ongoing Identified by HCC.
Transport P Improve walking and cycle access – link to Shipwrights Way project. HCC Phase 1 £350k Developer contributions Funding for Phase 1 available – Alice Holt to Queen Elizabeth Country Park.
Support community driven transport solutions.
P Improve parking in The Square and rail station EHDC, Developers TBC S106 Ongoing Continue allocations made in Local Plan.
Green Infrastructure C New development may need to contribute to appropriate mitigation measures re. proximity to Wealden Heaths SPA EHDC/ Developer TBC Developer contributions/CIL and local provision Detail deter-mined at time of appli-cations Will be assessed through a Habitats Regulations Assessment.
P Allotments Developer TBC Developer contributions/ CIL Ongoing Identified in the Open Space, Sports and Recreation Study – East Hampshire.

FOUR MARKS/SOUTH MEDSTEAD

Infrastructure Category Level of Risk Project Lead Provider Cost Funding source Timing/ Phasing Progress (incl. how will it be delivered)
Education N Potential extension to Four Mark’s primary school HCC £0.4m Developer contributions/ CIL Ongoing Identified in School places plan.
One class (30 places) expansion.
Transport P Improved access over the railway bridge at Boyneswood Road HCC TBC LTP3 Implementa-tion Plan, S106, District Statement Ongoing District Statement and LTP Implementation Plan. Support community-driven transport solutions.
N Traffic management measures. Safety issues of people crossing A31, possible need for signal crossing. HCC TBC LTP3 Implementa-tion Plan, HCC District Statements, S106 Ongoing District Statement and LTP Implementation Plan. Support community-driven transport solutions.

View Comments (1) (1) GRAYSHOTT

Infrastructure Category Level of Risk Project Lead Provider Cost Funding source Timing/ Phasing Progress (incl. how will it be delivered)
Social Infrastructure P Junior football pitches TBC Identified in the playing pitch strategy.
P Accessible Community Hall Developer TBC Developer contributions/ CIL Ongoing Identified in Built Facilities Study.
P New pavilion and playing pitch improvements at recreation ground Developer TBC Developer contributions/ CIL Ongoing Open Space, Sports and Recreation Study – East Hampshire.
Public Services P Grayshott Library improvements (best use of space, stock and IT access) Developer TBC Developer contributions/ CIL Ongoing Identified by HCC.
Transport N Traffic management measures – measure the impact following the opening of the Hindhead Tunnel. HCC TBC LTP3 Implementa-tion Plan, HCC District Statements, S106 Ongoing District Statement and LTP Implementation Plan. Support community-driven transport solutions.
Green Infrastructure P Improved maintenance and signage to encourage use of footpaths, bridleway and cycle paths TBC HCC Countryside Access Plan.
C New development may need to contribute to appropriate mitigation measures re. proximity to Wealden Heaths SPA EHDC/ Developer TBC Developer contributions/ CIL and local provision Detail deter-mined at time of appli-cation Will be assessed through a Habitats Regulations Assessment.
P Allotments Developer TBC Developer contributions/ CIL Ongoing Identified in the Open Space, Sports and Recreation Study – East Hampshire.

SOUTHERN PARISHES

HORNDEAN

Infrastructure Category Level of Risk Project Lead Provider Cost Funding source Timing/ Phasing Progress (incl. how will it be delivered)
Health N Health centre/surgery Doctors/ Private Business/ Developers to provide land TBC Doctors and PCT or subsequent replacement 2011 onwards As part of reserve housing site at Havant Road or as part of Gales Brewery development.
Social Infrastructure P Provision of youth facilities. Developer/ HCC TBC Developer contributions/CIL Open Space, Sports and Recreation Study and emerging Horndean Parish Plan.
N Some Community provision as a result of redevelopment of Gales Brewery Developer TBC Developer contributions/ CIL 2011 onwards Final negotiations with developer and parish council, settlement of open space use contributions.
P Improvements to Merchistoun Hall Trustees supported by EHDC, developers and others TBC Developer contributions/ CIL Ongoing First phase improvements underway.
P Playing pitches Developer TBC Developer contributions/ CIL Ongoing Identified in the Open Space, Sports and Recreation Study – East Hampshire.
Flood Defences C Management of surface water run off along White Dirt Lane, London Road, Lovedean Developer TBC Developer contributions/ CIL Ongoing SUDS to be delivered as part of any future development in this specific area.
Public Services P Horndean Library improvements (best use of space, stock and IT access) Developer TBC Developer contributions/ CIL Ongoing Identified by HCC.
C Wastewater treatment – Budds Farm investment scheme Southern Water TBC Southern Water Invest-ment period to 2015 The scheme is to improve the standard to which wastewater is treated.
Green Infrastructure P Allotments Developer TBC Developer contributions/ CIL Ongoing Identified in the Open Space, Sports and Recreation Study – East Hampshire.
N Havant Thicket Reservoir – sub-regionally critical site for GI and recreation (biodiversity and access aspects of the reservoir) PUSH/HCC
EHDC/ HBC/ PWCo
TBC External funding/CIL/ S106 2025/35 Identified in the PUSH Green Infrastructure Strategy.
Delivery of the reservoir is currently proposed between 2025 and 2035.
The planning application will not be submitted in the short term and existing preparatory work which has commenced is being brought to a holding position.

CLANFIELD

Infrastructure Category Level of Risk Project Lead Provider Cost Funding source Timing/ Phasing Progress (incl. how will it be delivered)
Education C Development of land at Green Lane, Clanfield, will need extension of Petersgate Infants School by one classroom HCC £616,000 Developers contributions/ CIL 2011 onwards Developers aware of the need for a contribution.
Social Infrastructure C Development of land at Green Lane, Clanfield, includes provision of a community/sports hall and open space Developer TBC Developer contributions/ CIL 2011 onwards Reserve housing site identified in the Local Plan. Local survey work for the Parish Plan identified need for community/sports hall. Committee resolution to grant planning permission subject to completion of S106 and details of new road layout by November 2011.
Flood Defences C Localised flooding along Green Lane, Clanfield, flood risk management including SUDS Developer TBC Developer contributions/ CIL from appropriate development.
Public Services C Wastewater treatment – Budds Farm investment scheme Southern Water TBC Southern Water Invest-ment period to 2015 The scheme is to improve the standard to which wastewater is treated.
Transport N Traffic management measures – improvement to pedestrian crossing around Drift Road shops. HCC TBC LTP3 Implementa-tion Plan, S106, District Statement Ongoing District Statement and LTP Implementation Plan. Support community-driven transport solutions. Clanfield Parish Plan.
Green Infrastructure P Allotments Developer with Parish Council manage-ment TBC Developer contributions/ CIL Ongoing Identified in the Open Space, Sports and Recreation Study – East Hampshire.

ROWLANDS CASTLE

Infrastructure Category Level of Risk Project Lead Provider Cost Funding source Timing/ Phasing Progress (incl. how will it be delivered)
Social Infrastructure P Renovation of the Parish Hall Parish Council TBC Parish Council plus others Identified as an action in the Parish Plan.
P Improvements to pavilion Parish Council TBC Developer/ CIL/Grants Ongoing Identified in Parish Plan/Open Space, Sports and Recreation Study.
Flood Defences C Localised flooding, flood risk management required including SUDS Developer TBC Developer contributions/ CIL from appropriate development.
Public Services N Havant Thicket Winter Storage Reservoir Portsmouth Water Company TBC Portsmouth Water Company 2025/35 Delivery of the reservoir is currently proposed between 2025 and 2035.
The planning application will not be submitted in the short term and existing preparatory work which has commenced is being brought to a holding position.
P Public toilets near the Green Parish Council TBC Parish Council plus others Identified as an action in the Parish Plan.
C Wastewater treatment – Budds Farm investment scheme Southern Water TBC Southern Water Invest-ment period to 2015 The scheme is to improve the standard to which wastewater is treated.
Transport P Improve walking and cycle access – link to Shipwrights Way project. HCC TBC External funding Route through Rowlands Castle still being research-ed Support community driven transport solutions.
Funding currently available for Phase 1 only Alice Holt to Queen Elizabeth Country Park, which does not include the Phase which covers the Rowlands Castle area.
Green Infrastructure N Havant Thicket Reservoir – sub-regionally critical site for GI and recreation (biodiversity and access aspects of the reservoir) PUSH/HCC
EHDC/HBC
PWC
TBC External funding/CIL/ S106 2025/35 Identified in the PUSH Green Infrastructure Strategy.
Delivery of the reservoir is currently proposed between 2025 and 2035.
The planning application will not be submitted in the short term and existing preparatory work which has commenced is being brought to a holding position.
P Havant Thicket Reservoir to Staunton Country Park – 3m wide multi- user all weather link track PWC TBC PWC/HBC/ EHDC Under review Identified in the PUSH GI as a strategic sub-regional project.
Under review.
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