Newlands Common

Newlands Common set out a major new mixed-use development on the outskirts of Waterlooville in Hampshire. The masterplan aims to produce a high-quality, sustainable community of around 1,550 homes and up to 100,000 square metres of commercial space as well as areas for community facilities such as local shops, a medical centre, a café and a primary school.

Design details:

  • High priority given to the quality of the built environment and public realm, to establish a unique identity which enhances the existing landscape character of the site
  • Range of public open spaces including a large common, village green and neighbourhood squares, offering attractive recreational, play and social spaces
  • A mosaic of different habitats, including integrated sustainable urban drainage system (SUDS) elements such as swales and retention basins
  • ArchitectsFeilden Clegg Bradley Studios
  • EngineersMayer Brown
  • Quantity SurveyorsGardiner & Theobald
  • LocationWaterlooville, Hampshire, UK
  • Site area130 Hectares
  • ClientGrainger
  • Project value£14 million (landscape and public realm)