- Eco-town status
- The Delivery Board
- Specialist Groups
- Standing Conference
- Eco-town vision and targets
- Watch the construction of the Exhibition House
- The revised masterplan
- Green network enhancement – consultation
- Website terms and conditions
- Bus and train
- Business travel
- Useful travel links
- Finding a route
- Town transport manager
- Contact us
From the monthly archives: August 2011
The next meeting of Whitehill Bordon Eco-town’s Standing Conference will discuss the Eco-town vision.
The meeting will be held on Wednesday 31st August from 10am-12:30pm in the main hall at the Forest Community Centre.
Other items on the agenda include transport, the future work of the Delivery Board and managing community assets.
The meeting is [...]Continue Reading →
The Exhibition House, which will demonstrate low-carbon living in Whitehill Bordon Eco-town, has been given the go ahead by planners and will be built later this year.
The house, which will be zero-carbon and open to the public, will showcase the very latest environmentally-friendly technology and design.
The carbon-busting home will be built in [...]Continue Reading →
A new liftsharing scheme has started in Whitehill Bordon and Lindford – thanks to Eco-town funding.
The website service enables residents to find people to share lifts with so that they can cut their travel costs as well as their carbon emissions.
To use the new free Eco-town Liftshare all you need to do is [...]Continue Reading →
The Fire Station is now open so residents can pop in and find out more about the regeneration of Whitehill Bordon.
Members of the Eco-town team are at the Fire Station from 10am until 4pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
The initial work to the Fire Station has included basic upgrades to enable the building to open temporarily.
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Whitehill Bordon’s new allotments, which were created thanks to Eco-town funding, were officially opened on Friday evening.
The 17 much-needed allotments provide a green oasis in the corner ofSavile Crescent.
To celebrate the opening, Cllr Adam Carew, the Mayor of the town, planted [...]Continue Reading →