Winchester Sport & Leisure Park - Phase 3 Engagement

Closes 21 Jan 2018

Opened 8 Dec 2017

Overview

Stride Treglown architects and LA architects, on behalf of Winchester City Council and the University of Winchester, invite your comments on the initial concept designs for the new Sport & Leisure Centre and the Urban Design Framework for Bar End.

The Winchester Sport & Leisure Park is a City Council initiative, in conjunction with the University of Winchester and The Pinder Trust, to improve the sports and leisure facilities. It enhances the existing outdoor space at Bar End, with the centrepiece of the proposals being the new Winchester Sport & Leisure Centre.

We want to hear your views about the concept designs for the new Centre and the plan for the Urban Design Framework at Bar End.

In order to answers the questions in the feedback survey you are invited to review the exhibition boards which are available during the engagement events and on the Council’s website.

Give Us Your Views

Areas

  • Bishops Waltham
  • Boarhunt And Southwick
  • Cheriton And Bishops Sutton
  • Colden Common And Twyford
  • Compton And Otterbourne
  • Denmead
  • Droxford
  • Itchen Valley
  • Kings Worthy
  • Littleton And Harestock
  • Olivers Battery And Badger Farm
  • Owslebury And Curdridge
  • Shedfield
  • Sparsholt
  • St Barnabas
  • St Bartholomew
  • St John And All Saints
  • St Luke
  • St Michael
  • St Paul
  • Swanmore And Newtown
  • The Alresfords
  • Upper Meon Valley
  • Whiteley
  • Wickham
  • Wonston And Micheldever

Audiences

  • All Residents

Interests

  • Strategic Planning
  • Development Control
  • Local Plans
  • Transport
  • Tourism
  • Retail
  • Service
  • Manufacturing
  • Social Housing
  • Private Housing
  • New Affordable Housing
  • Community Facility
  • Play Ground
  • School
  • Council Services
  • Flooding
  • Parking
  • Training
  • Environmental