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Fawley Waterside planning application May 2019

Fawley Power Station site
Former Fawley Power Station site

Fawley Waterside proposal
Fawley Waterside proposed development

Fawley Waterside Ltd have submitted outline planning applications to New Forest District Council and the New Forest National Park Authority for a major development centred on the old Fawley Power Station site adjacent to Southampton Water.

The key elements of the proposal comprise the demolition of the power station buildings, a mixed use development including 1,500 homes, 103,000 square metres of new commercial, civic and employment space, the creation of a canal and dock and a boat stack together with a two form entry primary school, public open space, habitat mitigation land and the creation of a new access off the B3053. It is proposed to commence infrastructure development post the removal of the power station buildings in 2021 with the first homes being available by 2023.

adobe icon A summary document produced by the applicants containing an overview of the development can be accessed by following this link [2Mb].

Full details of the application (our reference 19/10581) as submitted to New Forest District Council including all comments received and other correspondence can be found via our planning application public access page..

Full details of the application as submitted to the New Forest National Park (their reference 19/00365) can be found via their planning application public access page..

Additional information can be found on the applicant's Fawley Waterside website.


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We will update this page and the links to any relevant documentation at key stages of the project.


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(Images courtesy of Fawley Waterside Ltd) 

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Updated: 10 May 2019
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