Legal & General and Gisborne, in partnership with the Church Commissioners for England, have launched their consultation on plans for the circa 1 million sq ft regeneration of Bushfield Camp in Winchester. The development of a best-in-class mixed use scheme has the potential to attract major brands looking for new headquarters to the county from sectors including life science, academia, media and the health sector.
Situated to the south of the city centre, Bushfield Camp has been included in Winchester City Council’s Draft Regulation 18 Consultation Plan. The Bushfield Camp draft allocation (Policy W5) relates to “high quality flexible business and employment space, an innovative/education hub and creative industries”. Approximately half of the site will contain built development with the other half to be designed and maintained as publicly accessible and biodiverse green space.
The delivery of Bushfield Camp will generate new employment uses that will secure new social, economic and environmental benefits for the city, capitalising on the site’s proximity to the centre of Winchester.
We want to collaborate with local stakeholders and the community to create a scheme which puts sustainability, inclusivity and wellbeing at the heart of its design.
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