A new road and junction connecting Bursledon Road with the new developments on Kestrel Park, Kingfisher Grange and Heron Walk has been completed.
The new road called Le Marechal Way is the now the main entrance and exit point for the residents on the new development of 200 homes on Kingfisher Grange with the new road connecting to Heron Walk. The new road, which was built as a priority, will help to relieve congestion on Hamble Lane as current access from Jurd Way is now closed.
Council Leader, Cllr Keith House and portfolio lead for Housing and Development says: “The Council is taking a proactive approach in the delivery of new homes. Crucially, this includes new infrastructure that is essential to the local area. This new road reinforces our commitment to tackling Hamble Lane congestion and at the same time the new open space will ensure that we preserve our gap with Southampton.”