Hartland Village is a 135 acre site in Fleet, Hampshire. We acquired the site in 2016 and received planning in 2018 for a sustainable new village with homes, shops and community space.

The site marks the exciting transformation of a redundant brownfield site into a village of 1,500 homes. It will take over 15 years to complete and will be one of Hampshire’s newest villages.

This will be a place with individually designed homes, a bustling village centre and a sense of community as if it had always been there. Seventy acres of country parkland will be created and miles of bike paths, nature trails and walkways will be created to ensure people have a great quality of life.

The village will provide a range of homes for families, first time buyers and all ages of people, along with a village centre with amenities, facilities and a primary school to create a genuine sense of community.

High quality landscaping and art will also respect and honour the heritage of the site and the important contribution it made to British aerospace engineering. Hartland Village is embedded in a wider forest and heathland countryside, and will have footpath and cycle links that will allow the new community to connect into the surrounding landscape and take advantage of the beautiful woodland setting.

Groundworks commenced in November 2018. The team have been demolishing and remediating the land in Phase 1 and the wider 135 acre site.

We are relocating the ecologically important acid grassland, which is native to the area. This will be consolidated in one area to the north of the site.

The Sales & Marketing Suite has been installed and we are finishing internal fit out and we will be delivering our first two show homes at the end of 2019.

Hartland Village’s first phase, Lakeside, will be launching in February 2019 and will allow the first opportunity for prospective customers to discover the new homes.

Address Hartland Village Sales & Marketing Suite
Ively Road
GU51 3GL
(SAT NAV Postcode: GU14 0LP)
GU14 0LP


Fleet Station: 7 minutes by taxi

Farnborough Station: 9 minutes by taxi

Farnborough North Station: 10 minutes by taxi

Site Entrance
Parking available yes

Parking is extremely limited with only a maximum of 8 spaces available to both visitors and staff

Length of Visit 1 and Half Hours
Maximum Group Size 20
Register by Feb. 12, 2019
Disabled Access yes
Child Restrictions no

Lauren Gargini


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The next Open Doors will take place from Monday 16 - Saturday 21 March 2020.

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