Town Centre Projects

Town Centre Projects

Page last updated at 01 July 2016 at 09:44

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 List of current and future, public & private projects happening in Eastleigh Town Centre.    

Marks & Spencer, Coles Close, Twyford Road

The proposed new food store close to Eastleigh railway station will be of contemporary design comprising a number of geometric elements of coloured glazing, a green wall, and canopies. The scheme will include a café, car and cycle parking and landscaping.  

Planning Application Number F/14/74936

M&S store   
     

Travis Perkins site, Twyford Road

A housing development of 113 units has been granted planning permission on the Travis Perkins site, is close to the town centre and  accessed  from  Twyford Road/Mill Street.

Planning Application Number F/11/70108

 Ppi Travis Perkins  
     

Market Place

A re-designed and enhanced public open space including the Western part of the pedestrian precinct is in the pipeline. The project will enhance the role of the area as a venue for the twice weekly street market and local events. The scheme will also strengthen links between the Recreation Ground and the town centre. Works are expected to start after Christmas 2015.

Further information at Market Place

 Ppi Marketplacebuilt  
     

Eastleigh Railway Station Forecourt Improvements

A project that was to remodel and enhance this important gateway to the town centre, improving both pedestrian and cycle access, was delivered in partnership with South West Trains and Hampshire County Council and completed in May 2015.

 

 Ppi Stationforecourt (1)  
     

Wayfinding Totems & Finger Posts

New pedestrian and cycle direction signs and location maps have been installed during 2014 in partnership with Hampshire County Council and Atkins. 

Further information at Wayfinding & Finger Post

 

 Wayfinding  
     

Wells Place

The creation of a flexible space where specialist markets and street performances could be located was conceived as part of the Eastleigh street furniture refurbishment completed in 2013.

Unfortunately the project is currently delayed due to scaffolding supporting a dangerous structure encroaching on the site.   We will resume works as soon as we can.

 Wells Place  
     

Leigh Road Recreation Ground

A programme of improvements has been undertaken throughout 2014 to enhance Eastleigh’s Recreation Ground.  These include; new paving and lighting for the war memorial, the installation of new benches and bins and the creation of an area for civic ceremonies in partnership with Eastleigh Lions to celebrate their 50th anniversary.

 

 War memorial  
     

Regal Walk

A series of improvements were carried out,including illuminated signage from both Southampton Road and Mitchell Road and enhancements to Regal Walk, to enhance the links between he multi-storey car park and the main pedestrian route to the town centre.

 

 

 Regal Walk  
     

Eastleigh House

The new Council offices in Upper Market Street, required a significant remodelling of a 1970’s office building. Eastleigh House is in a location which is very accessible for public transport and is close to the shops and facilities of the town centre. Post completion the building achieved a BREEAM “excellent” sustainable construction rating.

 

 Eastleigh House  
     

Mitchell Road Multi-Storey Car Park

A series of improvements to the car park including illuminated signage from both Southampton Road and Mitchell Road were associated with the Regal Walk project.

 Mitchell Road car park  
     

Sheltered Housing Scheme Russell House

Located immediately to the north of “The Point” arts venue, the residents of this 31 unit 3 / 4 storey scheme will benefit from being close to the Recreation Ground, public transport and the shops and services of the town centre. 

Planning Application Number F/13/72821

 Ppi Russell House  

 

Contact

For further information regarding Eastleigh town centre, please contact:

Dave Francis - Senior Implementation & Design Officer
Planning Policy & Regeneration Unit,
Eastleigh Borough Council, 
Eastleigh House,
Upper Market Street,
Eastleigh
SO50 9YN

Tel:      023 8068 3364

Email: dave.francis@eastleigh.gov.uk