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Church and pub rejected as Basingstoke scheme gets under way

Hamilton Associates Architects has released this visualisation of a £3 million cedar-clad residential scheme in Basingstoke.

The project is now underway and comes after a consultation period in which locals passed up the opportunity to have a church and pub on site - saying they didn't need them.

Instead, the 25 residential units of Kempshott Park are spread across two and three floors around a central courtyard, bracketed on two sides by a car park and pair of retail units.

The development was produced as part of a Section 106 agreement between developer Grainger Trust and Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council.

The scheme also includes a crèche and doctor's surgery and is due for completion in November 2005, having been granted planning permission in October 2004.

by Rob Sharp

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