Test Valley and Eastleigh Borough Councils have granted planning consent for the redevelopment of Eastleigh’s renowned Trojans sports club. The project to demolish the existing and dated sports grounds and relocate them as part of the wider North Stoneham Park project crosses two borough boundaries and required the consents of both Test Valley and Eastleigh Borough Councils.
The oldest rugby club in Hampshire, The Trojans Club is the largest amateur
sports club in Hampshire with an established sporting and social community that
extends to over 1000 members who regularly participate in competitive rugby,
hockey, squash and cricket matches. As part of the proposed North Stoneham Park
project that will deliver 1,100 new homes and a range of much-needed community
facilities, the newly relocated and revitalised Trojans Club will benefit from
new 3G astro pitches, a new clubhouse, conference space, bar, changing and
physiotherapy facilities and extensive parking on Hampshire County Council land
to the south of the M27 motorway.
Highwood has worked closely with local residents, sports clubs and county conservationists on the wider North Stoneham Park project to create a scheme that will provide essential housing, recreation and community facilities alongside beautiful landscaped public open spaces and a green infrastructure that has always served as a precursor to the Borough Councils’ acceptance of its proposals.
The Trojans Club relocation and redevelopment project will proceed alongside work that will take place on Hardmoor Sports Pitch and a new footway along Stoneham Lane.
You can find out more about the
Stoneham Park scheme here.
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