Union Street

The RDP has identified the Union Street site as an opportunity to deliver a vibrant new high street offer that responds to the changing face of town centres, through the provision of new flexible commercial spaces alongside much needed new homes. 

The Council has taken a robust acquisition approach to acquiring and assembling the site since 2016 to make sure redevelopment here is deliverable and unified. The site includes 38 – 62 Union Street running from, and including, the former Marks and Spencer store to the corner of Wellington Street and around into the High Street. 

Union Street - the site today

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.

Union Street - 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 project team will now review all responses and make any changes to the application where possible before submitting a planning application to Rushmoor Borough Council.

Union Street - initial proposals

For further information on the plans, 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 also demonstrate how the proposals could look.. 

Union Street - keep in touch

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Information Boards

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

The consultation period closed on the 9th February 2020. 

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

The project team will now review all responses and make any changes to the application where possible before submitting a planning application to Rushmoor Borough Council.