Search Whiteley Forum

Whiteley News Flash:

Burridge & Park Gate Womens Institute meet on the first Tuesday of the month at 7.15pm, in St Margaret Mary Church Hall, Middle Road, Park Gate.

The planning application for a new Lidl supermarket have been given the go-ahead potentially creating 40 jobs. The new 2,476sqm will be be sited off Rookery Avenue, alongside a 122-space car park, with work expected to be completed in early 2019.

The new specification store is larger than the older generation stores. The 0.6-acre store include an in-store bakery, it will be modern and efficient, offering a light spacious and attractive shopping experience for customers. The proposed Lidl site is just under 2.14 acres and is situated in a prominent position fronting Rookery Avenue to the west of Whiteley Way. Lidl have had submitted their planning application to Winchester City Council. The application reference is 17/00164/FUL.

You can find full details on the Winchester City Council website. Please visit the Lidl Download Plans page and Download Reports page where you can find many of the supporting documents that were submitted as part of the planning application. Further information is available here www.whiteley.lidl.co.uk

We have 45 years of combined experience creating beautiful usable gardens, designed with living in mind. We are skilled in all aspects of hard landscaping and work closely with our clients to insure 100% satisfaction. We produce detailed plans using the lastest technology if required and supply free competative quotations based on your requirements.

We are also an accredited landscape contractor for Marshalls creating many award winning designs.

We have a passion for the use of natural products combined with sympathetic planting schemes, attention to detail and the best finish possible. Our work has been featured in several magazines. We cover the hampshire area and beyond.

  • Garden Design
  • Paving
  • Decking
  • Fencing
  • Ponds/Streams
  • Lawns
  • Artifical Lawns
  • Planting
  • Pergolas / Trellis
  • Brickwork
  • Block paving
  • Driveways
  • Fully Insured

Contact: Wayne Brans

5 Seafire Road, Lee On The Solent, Hampshire. PO138GL

Phone 02393077839
Mobile 07713158027
Email: info@landscapes4living.co.uk

http://www.landscapes4living.co.uk

We have 64 guests and no members online

Local News - SFC

wvillage1.jpg

Cycle Route

Plan a Cycle Route

Read more...

Enter Amount

Joomla Paypal Donations Module

  • Michelle Pearson called police at least five times in weeks before petrol-bomb attack which killed her children - Manchester Evening News

    Michelle Pearson called police​ ​at least five ​times​ in the two weeks before her children died​ ​as Zak Bolland threatened her family. Her home of 14 years​ had its windows and doors smashed, graffiti sprayed on the walls and her wheelie bin set on ...

  • Soldier convicted for tampering with wife's parachute compared himself to kinky Fifty Shades character Christian Grey - The Sun

    A SOLDIER who tried to kill his wife by sabotaging her parachute compared himself to kinky Fifty Shades character Christian Grey. Sgt Emile Cilliers, 37, convicted yesterday, sexted lover Stefanie Goller and his ex as wife Victoria lay badly injured in ...

  • Second vote to stop Brexit is credible, says Article 50 author - Financial Times

    The People's Vote campaign for a second referendum offers a credible route to stop Brexit, according to John Kerr, a former UK representative to the EU and crossbench member of the House of Lords. The intervention by Lord Kerr, a vocal opponent of ...

  • GRegion by EnterLogic Eshop

     

    Top News Topics

    Whiteley Developments

    Whiteley North Developments

    Whiteley North Due to start June 2018

    Whiteley Roads News

    Roads News

    £15m of LEP funding new road onto Botley road by 2020

    Whiteley Schools News

    Schools News

    Primary and Secondary School News

    Broadband

    Whiteley copper broadband has always been poor and now superfast is no better.

     

     

     

    About Us

    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.

     

    Go to top