- 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
The next meeting of the Delivery Board will be on Wednesday 20th March in the Eco-station.
A new governance structure was launched in December 2010 to oversee delivery of the Eco-town project and this has included setting up a Delivery Board which manages the regeneration of Whitehill & Bordon.
The work of the Delivery Board involves coordinating partners, overseeing delivery of the project and ensuring local input.
The board has no statutory powers of its own – this still rests with the individual organisations and authorities that make up the board.
But the Delivery Board can influence and inform decision-making and ensure that decisions are in the best interests of the community and the project.
The current members of the Delivery Board are:
Kevin Bourner – Head of Area at the Homes and Communities Agency
Councillor Adam Carew – EHDC councillor (local representative)
Councillor Mark Davison – Whitehill Town councillor
Steve Pearce - Project Director for the Eco-town (EHDC)
Councillor Graham Burgess – Hampshire County councillor
Robert Smith - Principal Estate Surveyor for Defence Infrastructure Organisation (Ministry of Defence)
Dr Bill Wain – Chair of the Whitehill & Bordon Town Partnership
Councillor Glynis Watts – EHDC councillor
The chairman is John Walker who has been involved in setting up the new governance structure.
The board meets quarterly and the meetings are held in public.