Environmental renewal schemes

The council has allocated approximately £3.3 million to carry our environmental renewal schemes over the last 13 years. A further £200,000 has now been allocated for 2017/18 and 2018/19. Since starting the programme in 2005, a number of schemes have been completed across the borough, including:

  • Central Buckskin
  • South Ham extension
  • Osborne and Millard Closes, Oakridge
  • Northern part of Norn Hill
  • Jersey and Guernsey Close, Popley
  • Packenham Road and Pittard Road, Brookvale and Kings Furlong
  • Quilter Road, Brighton Hill
  • Hangar Road, Tadley
  • Sycamore Way and Kenilworth, Winklebury
  • Abbey Road, Popley
  • Alliston Way and Penine Way, South Ham
  • Normanton Road and Mullins Close, Oakridge
  • Cordale and Culver Road, Brookvale and Kings Furlong

During 2017/18 and 2018/19, works are scheduled to be undertaken in Buckskin, South Ham and Popley.

Types of schemes that can be considered:

  • Enhancing neglected areas by replacing fencing, benches, bins and tidying up overgrown plant beds.
  • Improving the layout of footpaths and removing inappropriate steps.
  • Removing isolated grass and planted areas.
  • Reducing nuisance issues such as ball games.
  • Upgrading of open space and youth facilities.
  • Providing community maintained gardens.
  • Providing new link paths and infill lighting.

Other similar types of scheme that are deemed a priority by the residents in a particular neighbourhood can also be considered.

For further information contact communityservices@basingstoke.gov.uk or phone 01256 844844.

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