Civic Quarter

The Civic Quarter site sits to the south of Farnborough town centre. The RDP has identified it as an opportunity to develop a new heart for the town. 

The RDP’s vision is for a vibrant mixed-use space providing new opportunities for town centre living alongside active ground floor uses, such as cafes and restaurants, the leisure centre, library and community centre focused around an improved central green space.

Civic Quarter - the site today

The Civic Quarter is home to Farnborough Leisure Centre, Farnborough library, Westmead House (offices), Elles Hall, a skate park, surface car parks and a public green space. It is also the site of the now-demolished police station. 

Civic Quarter - initial thoughts

Our architects LDA are working on a masterplan for the Civic Quarter site currently, and will be seeking the views of local people and key stakeholders before moving forward with any plans. 

The Civic Quarter will be a vibrant mixed-use space, providing opportunities for new town centre living, new and improved facilities and truly be catalyst for change.  

The initial proposals are likely to include:

  • New shops 
  • Public spaces 
  • New homes
  • Improved leisure facilities  

Civic Quarter - engagement

Our architects LDA are working on a masterplan for the Civic Quarter site currently. We look forward to widespread consultation soon, but to find out out the events once arranged, please sign up to our mailing list below. 

Disclaimer: Completed comment forms are collated by Snapdragon at PLMR on behalf of the Rushmoor Development Partnership and may be passed on to Rushmoor Borough Council for consideration when determining the plans. Your details will be held securely in line with the General Data Protection Act 2018 and by providing your details you are opting in to receive updates regarding the project moving forward. All employees and contractors who have access to your personal data or are associated with the handling of that data are obliged to respect your confidentiality and are bound by the General Data Protection Act 2018. 

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