Local developer Stratfield Homes has submitted a formal planning application to deliver a collection of nine, family homes on the former Travis Perkins site at Albion Place in Hartley Wintney.

The plans involve demolishing the existing Travis Perkins Yard and in its place, building a mixture of two, three and four bedroom semi-detached and detached homes.

After acquiring the site late in 2020, the Stratfield Homes team consulted extensively with the local community, parish council and local planning officers before submitting a formal planning application in June. The proposed homes will be traditional in style and will be sympathetically designed to reflect the high quality and bespoke nature of existing properties in the area. The scheme would incorporate mature landscaping and would benefit from ample parking for residents, in addition to further visitor spaces, in order to reduce any car parking impact on the nearby Common.

Paul Cooper, Managing Director, Stratfield Homes said: “This is a very special scheme for us. Much of the team live locally to the site and with our head office based in Hartley Wintney itself, we are very familiar with the area and the high standard of homes that local residents here would expect. As a small bespoke developer, we take the time to ensure that all of our homes offer exceptional quality – both in external design as well interior layout and finish. We are passionate about delivering aspirational homes that sit seamlessly within their local surrounds and we believe that our current proposals would deliver just that.”

A decision from the planning committee is expected this autumn. If successful Stratfield Homes would expect to commence on site before the end of 2021. For future updates on the scheme and to explore more about Stratfield Homes visit