Client:        Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company

Location:   Hampshire. UK

Type:         Mixed-use

Cost:          £7 million

Whitehill & Bordon has long been recognised as a Garrison town with an army presence for over 100 years.  Prince Philip Park is part of one of the most exciting, innovative and largest regeneration projects in the UK. The development will provide sustainable growth in Whitehill & Bordon taking a community of 14,000 people to one with 23,000 people.  Located at the heart of the new Town Centre, will be the new Arts Venue, designed by Type3 studio.  


It includes a 6- screen Cinema, with an outdoor screen for summer events, a roof terrace affording views across the development,  an Arts & Heritage Gallery, and a number of food & beverage / retail units.  The Arts Centre will form an integral part of Bordon’s New Town Centre, it’s interlinking cultural, leisure and community uses will draw residents into the heart of the Development. The Neo-Georgian style of the Sergeants’ Mess, with it’s classical proportions and detailing, will provide a sense of scale and permanence to the Master Plan, as well as a beautiful backdrop to the Town Park. The Cinema block, with it’s diversity of use and form will animate the High Street, and the Cinema Foyer entrance will provide an active frontage for the Town Park.

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