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Stubbington Bypass and Newgate Lane South planning applications submitted

Thursday 13th August 2015

Stubbington Bypass

The planning application for the £30 million Stubbington bypass has been submitted to Hampshire County Council.  It involves:

  • the construction of a new road linking Titchfield Road to Gosport Road
  • improvement works to Titchfield Road and Gosport Road
  • new or improved junctions at Titchfield Gyratory, Bridge Street, Peel Common Roundabout and Peak Lane at Titchfield Road/Gosport Road

The £30 million bypass will:

  • divert traffic around the outskirts of Stubbington and reduce journey time and peak hour congestion onto and off the Gosport peninsula
  • remove transport barriers to growth and encourage investment and regeneration
  • improve connectivity and provide additional road network resilience

Newgate Lane South

In addition a planning application has also been submitted for improvements to Newgate Lane South.  It involves the construction of:

  • a new southern section of Newgate Lane to provide a new connection to Peel Common
  • a junction and link road to access the existing route of Newgate Lane

Both applications and all the supporting documentation can be viewed online (Stubbington Bypassand Newgate Lane South) or during office hours at Fareham Borough Council and the County Council’s head office in Winchester.

For more information on the current and planned investment in the local highway infrastructure to improve access on and off the Gosport peninsula see Infrastructure Investment in Gosport.