Welcome to the consultation website regarding revised proposals for a high-quality housing development on land to the south of Funtley Road, Funtley.
On Thursday 24 September, we held an online public consultation event where members could meet the team online, ask questions and provide their feedback on the plans. The recording of the event is available to watch below.
Based on all the feedback that we have received, we have produced a set of FAQs which can be accessed here or via the menu. The FAQs will be available in hard copy, at request, for residents that do not have digital access.
Other channels for feedback remain available, including the Freephone - 0800 25 45 185 - and Freepost address – Middlemarch Consultation.
The borough of Fareham has a pressing need for high-quality housing, on sites that are deemed suitable for development. Fareham Borough Council (FBC) is currently reviewing the Local Plan to ensure the increased number of homes that need to be built are delivered. With this in mind, Reside Developments is revisiting the existing planning consent for the site south of Funtley Road to improve the plans and bring forward more much needed housing, by optimising the site’s capacity, and maintaining previously approved community assets such as the park area.
This website aims to share information with you as a local resident and provides an opportunity to get in touch with us, ask questions and share any of your ideas – your opinions matter.
During the consultation process we will be updating this website with valuable feedback and also a series of Frequently Asked Questions, please do keep watching this space, thank you.
Established in 2004, Reside is a privately owned multi-disciplined company noted for adding value to projects through its extensive experience and ability to deal with intricate and technical planning issues.
The site is located on Funtley Road and is enclosed within a triangle of land bounded by the M27 to the south, the railway line to the east and a disused railway spur, known as the ‘Deviation Line’ to the west, which is now a bridleway.