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From the monthly archives: November 2011
On November 29, 2011 By gemma
On 16th November, the jury selected a shortlist of 5 design teams from 54 stage 1 submission, to proceed to stage 2 of the competition. The shortlisted teams are: Ash Sakula Architects with Stockley, KMCS, Michael Popper Associates and Eight Associates Proctor and Matthews Architects with Price and Myers, WT Partnership, Atelier 10, Daedelus [...]Continue Reading →
The next meeting of Whitehill Bordon Eco-town’s Standing Conference is on Thursday 1st December in the Forest Community Centre.
The meeting will run from 2.30-5pm and will include an update on the overall project as well as two workshops.
The workshops will be on the Neighbourhood Quality Charter (this is a framework which is being [...]Continue Reading →
Free Wi-Fi is now available in the Forest Community Centre and the town’s events space thanks to Eco-town funding.
The free internet access means you can check all your favourite websites, email or keep up-to-date with your friends on social media while you’re out and about in the town.
There is also free Wi-Fi available in the [...]Continue Reading →
Work to renovate the Fire Station and transform it into an innovative exhibition centre starts this week.
The old Ministry of Defence building is being revamped and turned into an Eco Station which will showcase the latest carbon-busting technology and be a place where residents can find out more about the Eco-town.
The building is [...]Continue Reading →
An additional masterplan consultation event has been arranged for Standford on Wednesday 23rd November.
There were originally going to be nine neighbourhood events taking place in Whitehill Bordon and the surrounding villages – but now there will be 10, as well as a variety of drop-in sessions that have already taken place.
Standford residents asked [...]Continue Reading →