- 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: April 2012
A revised masterplan for Whitehill & Bordon has been prepared to take on board extensive community consultation and is going through a rigorous approval process.
Once it has been approved the masterplan will provide a framework guide to how the town will be regenerated to get the facilities and infrastructure that it so desperately needs [...]Continue Reading →
Grants of £500 will be given to the first 20 eligible homeowners who sign up to replace their old boiler with a new efficient one.
These energy saving grants are being paid for by central government funding that was given to the town because of its Eco-town status and could save a household up to [...]Continue Reading →
East Hampshire District Council has decided that it will not be holding a referendum about Whitehill & Bordon’s Eco-town status because there is not a relevant and useful question that the community could be asked.
EHDC’s new Leader Ken Moon made the decision as he wanted to clear up the uncertainty that had surrounded the issue.
He felt [...]Continue Reading →
Whitehill & Bordon Eco-town is waiting to find out if it has been chosen to be one of the first communities in the UK to have an electric car club (known as an E-car club).
Eight communities across the UK were shortlisted for an E-car club from more than 100 communities who originally expressed an [...]Continue Reading →
A questionnaire to find out the public’s views on the exhibition at the Eco-station is being carried out. The online questionnaire can be filled out here
The former Ministry of Defence fire station is being converted into an Eco-station and will open in the autumn.
The Eco-station will have [...]Continue Reading →
Tell us what you think about the exhibition at the Eco-station by filling in this online questionnaire. (The questionnaires are also available in the Forest Community Centre, Bordon Library and the Phoenix Theatre).
The former Ministry of Defence fire station will open in the autum as the Eco-station – a new [...]Continue Reading →
If you would like to find out more about an electric car club for Whitehill & Bordon Eco-town or if you would like to give your ideas about how it could be implemented then please come to a meeting on Thursday 5th April at 7pm in the Forest Community Centre.Continue Reading →