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Locks Heath Cricket Club


2016 can be the year you make a fresh start with Locks Heath Cricket Club!
Whether you’re a young sportsperson looking for a new activity, an established player seeking a new club, or an umpire looking to exercise your decision-making finger, we want to hear from you!
Locks Heath CC is starting its pre-season Senior nets on 3 FEBRUARY 2016 AT THE AGEAS BOWL AT 7 P.M. and we always welcome new recruits to the club.
‘With our junior section continuing to grow and receiving such excellent coaching in both the summer and winter, we realised that the time was right to grow our adult section,’ said club chairman Mark Acaster.
‘Cricket is a great social activity and we’ve got the set up to involve the whole family.’
With four teams in the Hampshire Cricket League, a Sunday side, a midweek T20 team, and five colts teams for boys and girls aged between eight and 15, Locks Heath CC has something to offer anybody looking to get involved.


Locks Heath CC is a community cricket club that welcomes male and female players aged 6 and over. We hold the ECB Clubmark accreditation and run teams playing competitive and friendly cricket in a safe, welcoming environment.
Visit us online at, or find us on Facebook and Twitter!
For further media information, please contact:
Anthony Lovell
07714 583 123
Locks Heath Cricket Club, 419 Warsash Road, Titchfield Common, Fareham, Hampshire PO14 4JX

Budget Hotel Proposal

Budget Hotel Drawing

The Solent Hotel, in Rookery Avenue, wish to build a two-storey budget hotel in its grounds. The idea is for a 54-bed extension to be built as part of the Parsons Collar pub.
The hotel has submitted plans to Winchester City Council for the erection of a two storey hotel building with covered link walkway from the existing Parsons Collar public house, extension to the Parsons Collar public house, landscaping, car park reconfiguration and associated works. Solent Hotel Rookery Avenue Whiteley Fareham Hampshire PO15 7AJ. There are homes in Sorrel Drive that directly back onto the proposed development.

Budget Hotel Plan

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North Whiteley Planning Application Approved

The plans, from the North Whiteley Development Consortium, were put on hold after a lengthy council planning meeting at the Solent Hotel in Whiteley in September 2015.

What upset people was the Consortiums proposed alterations to the phasing to complete 3,500 houses within 8 years rather than 12 years as origionally planned.

Improvements to the highways and transport systems are required early to maintain and enhance the long and short term viability of Whiteley.
Without appropriate mitigation works the proposed faster delivery of housing would increase the negative impact of traffic on local roads, greatly affecting residents and business communities.

The revised 8 Year plan proposed accelerating the delivery of the new access routes onto Botley Road during years 3 and 4, but failed to acceleration of work to increase capacity on Whiteley Way.

After detailed discussion the phasing has now been revised to bring forward improvements to existing roads beginning in year 1 with the diagram below showing what the status of the roads should be by year 3.

This work includes: increasing the capacity of the Rookery Avenue/Parkway roundabout (R1) through widening and signalisation, increasing the capacity of Whiteley Way through widening from Junction 9 to the Marjoram Way roundabout (R2), improvements to the Parkway North junction (R1 a) including signalisation and a filter lane for north bound traffic turning right.
The revised phasing will see work to widen Whiteley Way and the improvements to R1 and R1a completed during year 2 with improvements from R2 to Bluebell Way completed by year 3. There will be enhanced provision for cyclists and pedestrians and some works at R2a to alleviate pressure at the town centre junction.

Disruption and some inconvenience for residents will be inevitable but these mean that work on the roads will begin in year one rather than years four and five.

For these reasons Winchester City Council’s planning committee gave the North Whiteley estate the green light at a meeting held in Winchester on Monday 12th October 2015 at 2pm.

Not everybody was happy with the news, as business owners from the Bury Farm Industrial Estate in Curbridge will now have to find alternative site to trade from as the industrial estate is part of the area that will be built on.

Whiteley Road Improvements

Road improvements Phasing and numbers of houses built

Planning Documents can be viewed online

Whiteley North Plans

Taylor Wimpey are starting to advertise homes.

M27 Junction 9 Improvements

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Works to widen lanes at Junction 9 of the M27 at Whiteley have been put on hold by Highways England due to funding problems and will be lucky to start in 2016/2017.

People in Whiteley are concerned that planned improvements to the junction are desperately needed because of construction of several thousand houses in Whiteley North. Without these improvements congestion in the area will become unbearable and have an impact on both residents and Whiteley Shopping Centre.

Highways England said they would be looking to include the work in 2016/17 budget and that this year’s cash had been spent on safety critical improvements, essential maintenance and establishing the significant portfolio of major improvements that will be delivered over the next five to 10 years.

The M27 Junction 9 exit slip roads and the Whiteley Way southbound approach are all operating above their capacity. This results in queuing during peak traffic periods. Therefore the east and westbound exit slip roads of the M27 to Junction 9 were being widened to three lanes. The Whiteley Way southbound approach to the Junction 9 roundabout was also supposed to be widened to three lanes. Work was planned to start in Autumn 2015 and is now delayed indefinitly. This scheme is designed to increase capacity at all three locations and improve journey times. 

More information is available from the Highways Agency.

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Having been born in Hampshire I care about my community and wanted to provide a community website for Whiteley. I wish to see the area prosper in every way including culturally, economically and socially. The green agenda is high at the moment so I wish to promote a strong local economy based on local services, traders and producers. Hopefully this website can enhance the communities quality of life and allow you to precipitate in making Whiteley a better place to live and work in. 

The site is written by and for people who live or work in Whiteley. It acts as a community bulletin board and an online news and campaigning service for people who are interested in their neighbourhood. The general comparison I make is with community newsletters - although a website like this this is much quicker, there is no way we could reach this many people with a newsletter. 

There is a only one volunteer who writes at the moment drawing on local information from newspapers, councillors, councils, residents, parish council, local businesses, surfing and contributions from people like you. We tend to cover Whiteley and the surrounding area from Fareham, Park Gate, Titchfield, Sarisbury and as far as Winchester. This site is not affiliated to any political group and receives around 3000 - 4000 unique visitors per month, depending upon the range of issues posted and the time of year. 

We are always delighted when people comment on the issues raised because without your contributions to the site then the site is stagnant and worthless. Feel free to get in touch any time.

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