Union Street

Our proposals

The RDP have submitted a planning application to Rushmoor Council for the redevelopment of 38-62 Union Street, Aldershot (running from, and including, the former Marks and Spencer store to the corner of Wellington Street and around into the High Street).

If approved, the plans will create new homes, student accommodation and flexible retail and commercial space, centred around an attractive public square and ‘Union Yard’, a creative space for local artisans and independent businesses in the heart of Aldershot.

Thank you to the over 1,200 people that attended our consultation events on 16th and 18th January and almost 300 that gave us their feedback. If you were unable to take part in the consultation, you can view the information on display at the public exhibitions at the top right hand side of this page.

Rushmoor Borough Council statutory consultation period closed on March 27th. 

You can view the final plans on the Council’s website here using the reference number 20/00171/FULPP. Or click below.

“We are delighted to have submitted a planning application for the regeneration of 38 – 62 Union Street following extensive consultation with local people. The final scheme seeks to create a distinctive town centre where both new and existing residents of all ages, local businesses and artistic industries can come together while also building upon Aldershot’s rich heritage.
Martin Tennant
Chair of the RDP

Union Street regeneration

Watch the Leader of Rushmoor Borough Council, Councillor David Clifford talking about the proposals for Union Street.

About the site

The site contains a number of large buildings which have proven difficult to adapt and have generally fallen into low-value use or vacancy over the last few years. It’s redevelopment will help create exciting new spaces, with engaging streets and commercial options, while reflecting the existing character and heritage.

Public engagement

Thank you to those who attended our consultation events on 16th and 18th January. If you were unable to attend, you can view the information that was on display at the public exhibitions found at the top right hand side of this page.

The online consultation is now closed.

The initial proposals

Please view the information boards that were on display at the public exhibitions, found at the top right hand side of this page.  The images below show the initial proposals that were on display.

Information Boards

Please take a look at the information boards that were on display at the public exhibitions in January 2019.

The RDP’s consultation period closed on the 9th February 2020. 

Thank you for taking part in the consultation for Union Street, Aldershot. The RDP’s consultation period closed on the 9th February.

An application has been submitted to Rushmoor Borough Council for consideration.

Keep in touch

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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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