17/02430/FUL | The development of the Former Pools Yard site (now called Malthouse Mews) next to the fire station is now well advanced and marketing of the homes has commenced.

This will be a  Mews development of just 8 new homes, ranging from one-bedroom coach houses to two-bedroom homes, all located in the heart of Hartley Wintney's village centre.

21/02261/FUL | Demolition of existing office building and erection of a terrace of four 2 bedroom cottages with provision for parking and amenity space and altered access from the public highway | Nero Works Brew House Lane Hartley Wintney

21/01714/FUL | Construction of 9 dwellings with associated parking and landscaping (following demolition of the existing buildings). | Travis Perkins London Road Hartley Wintney

 The former Travis Perkins site was acquired in early 2021 by Stratfield Homes a local development company who have stated that they intend to deliver "a traditional courtyard development within the heart of the village".

Following the sumission of a pre-application request to Hart District Council they submitted the above planning application in June 2021. Approval for the development was given by HDC Planning Committee in January 2022

Former Travis Perkins Site

 

 

 

Grey House School, Hartley Wintney – The planning application submitted in 2020 was withdrawn by the developer prior to final review by HDC and was replaced in March 2021 by application number 21/00630/FUL as follows:

Demolition of existing buildings and erection of a 65 bed care home (Class C2 use), x4 two bed care dwellings (Class C3 use) and associated landscaping, parking, altered access and ancillary development.

Following review by the HDC Planning Committee on 9th April 2022 permission for the controversial development of the site as outlined above (21/00630/FUL) was granted. The proposals commenced in 2019 and although there has been support in the village for the concept of a care home on the site there has also been considerable objection to the size, scale and other aspects of the proposals and the consequential impact that will occur to the Conservation Area and to local residents. In the view of the Society we believe that the development at 3 stories is excessive and does not recognise the dominant impact that the building will have on the quiet, rural and residential nature of the surrounding Conservation area.   However in the view of HDC the benefit of the development outweighed this and the other objections made.

 

Lamb Hotel, High Street, Hartley Wintney - Extension and alteration of building to facilitate the change of use of former hotel building to six dwellings (2x1 bedroom and 4x2 bedroom) with parking and the erection of retail unit 

Wintney Court, Thackhams Lane, Hartley Wintney RG27 8JG

17/00596/FUL - Conversion of main house to 8 no bedroom hotel, conversion of former dairy buildings to 8 no hotel suites, erection of 500 sqm commercial floor space and construction of new energy centre following demolition of three bay garage building and disused farm buildings, all with associated car parking and related landscaping.

Hart District Council is proposing a new settlement of 1,800 homes at Murrell Green between Hartley Wintney and Hook.  The site lies south of the A30 west of the Winkworth Business Park (previously the Coach House Garden Centre) and includes land either side of Totters Lane.  The site is on the boundary between Winchfield Parish and Hook Parish.  A location has been identified for a new secondary school.

Pale Lane Farm, Pale Lane, Hartley Wintney, Hook, RG27 8BA

Elvetham Chase

  

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