Waterlooville Clock Tower
Waterlooville Obelisk
Waterlooville Clock Tower

Waterlooville town centre

Just eight miles north of Portsmouth, and serviced by the A3(M) for connections to Guildford and London, Waterlooville town centre represents a great opportunity for investors.

Home to more than 64,000 residents, Waterlooville is a thriving town undergoing rapid change. Recent large-scale investment includes Wellington Retail Park (a 17 unit, 164,000 square foot park) and Berewood - the West of Waterlooville development with 3,000 new homes, associated amenities and critical infrastructure. Waterlooville is at the cutting edge of social and economic adaptation.

The Local Plan for the borough expects the town centre to deliver 600 new homes, with supporting food and drink outlets, improvements to the public realm and a new public transport interchange. Key sites in the town centre include:

Wellington Way and North-East London Road
The regeneration of this area could contribute to the delivery of 600 homes across the town centre. The area could also accommodate a new transport interchange including improved bus facilities, a car club and improved parking facilities.

St Georges Walk
St Georges Walk is an important link through to the London Road Precinct and Dukes Walk. Proposals that improve the public spaces and encourage movement through these areas will be encouraged.

Dukes Walk
Dukes Walk is a modern shopping precinct anchored around a Waitrose supermarket, surrounding a busy car park. It will be protected and enhanced as a shopping destination for large scale retail uses.

Wellington Retail Park
Wellington Retail Park is a successful modern retail park. It will be protected and enhanced as a shopping destination for large scale retail uses.

London Road Precinct
London Road is a pedestrianised traditional high street with independent shops and cafés, and a popular weekly market. Café, bar and restaurant uses, and further street events will be promoted to encourage activity throughout the day.