Hot House Building Projects

Take a look at the collection of hot house building projects below that have just started, or due to commence in the next few months.

If you would like to know more, or the opportunity to work on one of these flagship projects, get in touch with one of our specialist house building consultants.


North Whiteley

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The construction on the next phase of Whiteley village is due to start imminently. Extending to the north of the existing development, which started in 2015, there is still an 18 year strong construction pipeline.

This next phase which is promised to be a ‘sustainable community’ includes the construction of an additional 3,500 houses, three schools, leisure routes, a neighbourhood centre and children’s play areas.

In order to support the influx of traffic additional routes will be constructed from the new development to main routes out of the village including a link between Whiteley Way and Botley Road.

This will be delivered by a consortium of house builders including Taylor Wimpey, Crest Nicholson, Bovis Homes, and JGP Lakeside.

The England Associates team are very close to this project (it is less than half a mile from our office) and the ongoing pipeline of work makes this project one to watch over the next few months and years and promises to be a top local employer.


Boorley Park

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When the Boorley Park project was first announced back in 2014, it was surrounded by a lot of controversy. The loss of greens and fairways around the neighbouring Borley Green to make way for 1,400 new homes was the major cause for concern with local residents, however after public exhibition planning was granted for the project in two phases.

This multi-million £ project is being delivered by developers including Bloor Homes, Bovis Homes and Linden Homes with stage 2 due to commence in the next few weeks.

Set in the market village of Botley the community will be quadrupling in size including an additional school, sport pitches, community centre and allotments, all built on land which was previously a golf course.

Get in touch with us to find out more about job opportunities on this project.


Luzborough Green

Image credit Wyatt Homes (also featured photo)


Phase 2 of the Luzborough Green, £4.35m value housebuilding project based in Romsey, is due to start in the first week of October, with first completions planned for autumn 2018.

The completed project will have a final count of over 50 new homes with a range of two, three and four bedrooms. Each with a luxurious modern design and a country theme to fit into the rural neighbourhood. Associated works include landscaping, roads, footpaths and even refurbishment of a listed pub garden walls we complete this project.

Despite initial fears of the environmental impact of this project, local councillor Mark Cooper said that this project has formed a ‘blueprint’ of how developers should work with communities to putting together applications submitted by Morrish Builders and Wyatt Homes.

This mid-sized project would be attractive to those who enjoy working on a project with commitment to high quality end products.


Forest Gate

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Construction started on the the Forest Gate project in the Hampshire village of Rowlands Castle mid-September. This £2.5m 34 unit development is set to compete against many of the other projects Bargate Homes have produced in the past couple of years.

The scheme, which include 13 units for affordable housing, will be composed of a static range of two, three, and four bedroom homes within a traditional theme set within mature woodland.

Improvements to access roads and other associated works including natural ventilation will also be completed.

Give us a call to find out more about opportunities on this project.


Hop Field Place

Photo credit South Downs National Park Authority

Construction has now started on Redrow Homes’ latest development, Hop Field Place. The site in Alton is positioned in-between North Wessex Downs and South Downs National Park providing a beautiful backdrop.

The scheme is a development of 180 units split into three different types of accommodation; 158 of which will be 2 to 5 bedroom houses, 16 of the 180 will be 1 bedroom flats and the rest to be 2 bedroom bungalows. 72 of the units will be affordable housing.

Redrow Homes are the main developer of the 29-acres site which would be of interest to anyone who wants to work on an impressive residential development.

Want to know more?

Want to know more about these projects, or interested in being a part of any of them or similar projects search our current jobs here contact one of our specialist consultants on 01489 232 080.