(03) Eastleigh Borough Council

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    Albert Road Cemetery, Hedge End

    A local cemetery providing a valued service as well as an attractive and secluded haven for both visitors and wildlife.

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    HCC Site ID: 1859x Parish: Hedge End
    Designations: CA Area: 0.9ha
    Access: Public Access-Unregistered green site Ownership: Hedge End Town Council

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    Allington Manor (Great Allington House, Allington Manor Farm)

    HCC Summary: An early C19 estate with parkland & ponds extended early C20. The estate was divided in 1967, with manor house & upper fishpond remaining. The lower fishpond now a SINC. The mid-late C19 model farm is a business centre.
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    HCC Site ID: 1640 Parish: West End
    Designations: SINC, TPOs Area: c3 ha was 22 ha
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private Residential

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    Avenue Park, North Stoneham

    Avenue Park, which included designs from Capability Brown, is the only remaining part of North Stoneham Park, whose history dates back to the Anglo-Saxon period. Today it is an important asset for the local community and provides a calm green space for people and wildlife alike in an increasingly dense urban environment.

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    HCC Site ID: 1987 Parish: Eastleigh

    Designations: SINC Area: 5.4 ha
    Access: Public Access Ownership: Eastleigh Borough Council

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    Bishopstoke Manor

    HCC Summary: Late C18 riverside house with a large fishpond & walled garden; six acres remain including a lake & river fishing. Now multiple ownership.
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    HCC Site ID: 1174 Parish: Bishopstoke
    Designations: TPOs Area:
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private residential,
    multiple ownership

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    Bishopstoke Park Retirement Village (The Mount, The Mount Hospital)

    Mid-19th century house, altered in Italianate style sited overlooking the Itchen Navigation. Early pleasure grounds and woodland with specimen trees and later elaborate water features. By mid-20th century became a geriatric hospital and from 2013 was developed as a retirement village with little of the landscaped grounds left. The site is significant for the area sloping down to the Itlchen Navigation, now an SSI, which formerly held terraces and water features.
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    HCC Site ID: 1178 Parish: Bishopstoke
    Designations: SAM, SMR, SINC Area: 11.33 ha. then 26.7 ha.
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Multiple ownership

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    Bishopstoke Rectory

    HCC Summary: Early to mid-C19 garden, and renowned arboretum, created by Thomas Garnier, Rector, horticulturalist, who became Dean of Winchester Cathedral
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    HCC Site ID: 1936 Parish: Bishopstoke
    Designations: CA, TPO Area: Less than 1ha
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private residential

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    Botleigh Grange Hotel

    HCC Summary: C17 house, estate of 100 acres & freshwater lake, later with deer park. Derelict after WWI, land reduced to 25 acres; currently a private hotel.
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    HCC Site ID: 1175 Parish: Hedge End
    Designations: SINC, Local Gap, TPOs Area: Was 100 acres in 1932
    now 25 acres
    Access: No Public Access except to Hotel Ownership: Private Hotel ownership

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    Botley House

    House bought by William Cobbett in 1805/6, he planted shrubberies, orchards, mature trees, trained fruit trees and hot melon beds in the walled garden, and was in favour of the formal garden, rather than the picturesque. The house was demolished in 1831.
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    HCC Site ID: 1770 Parish: Botley
    Designations: CA AHBR Area: n/k
    Access: Historic site No Public Access Ownership: Private

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    Bursledon Cemetery

    HCC Summary:
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    HCC Site ID: 1863 Parish: Bursledon
    Designations: CA Area: n/k
    Access: Public Access Ownership: Run by Bursledon Parish Council

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    Calluna (54 Merdon Avenue)

    HCC Summary: Garden created in the 1930s by the renowned plantswoman, Amy Doncaster – house demolished, site now divided between 3 dwellings
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    HCC Site ID: 1176 Parish: Chandlers Ford
    Designations: < 1 ha Area:
    Access: Historic site Ownership: Multiple Private

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    Copper Beeches (Netley Firs)

    HCC Summary: Mid-Victorian house with walled kitchen garden, pleasure garden & many trees. House demolished, replaced with two houses & several business units. Only old trees remain.
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    HCC Site ID: 1968 Parish: Netley
    Designations: Area: c15 acres (6.07 ha)
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Multiple houses in private ownership

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    Dulcars and The Coach House (Hamble Rectory)

    HCC Summary: Site of a Benedictine Priory, later a vicarage with walled garden, lodge, deciduous trees & a field; now developed with two main houses & eight further in the field.
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    HCC Site ID: 1971 Parish: Hamble
    Designations: Original house LB II Area: 7.62 acres (3.08ha) originally
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private residential, multiple ownership

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    Eastleigh Cemetery (Brookwood Avenue Cemetery)

    A well-kept urban cemetery created in 1898 following the expansion of Eastleigh as a railway town and still serving its population in 2019. Despite its proximity to the railway and the town centre, it retains an air of peacefulness and seclusion appropriate to its purpose.
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    HCC Site ID: 1827 Parish: Eastleigh
    Designations: None Area: 3.6 ha
    Access: Public Access Ownership: Eastleigh Borough Council

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    Fair Oak Park

    HCC Summary: C19 parkland site now partially developed for housing.

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    HCC Site ID: 1949 Parish: Fairoak & Horton Heath
    Designations: SINC Area: n/k
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private

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    Fleming Park

    A mid-20th century sports centre that in the 21st century has become a Borough wide facility while also catering for local needs and more informal recreation.

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    HCC Site ID: 1642 Parish: Eastleigh
    Designations: SINC Area: c47 ha
    Access: Public Access Ownership: Eastleigh Borough Council

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    Foulis Court

    HCC Summary: Late Victorian house & gardens originally in large woodland & farmland estate. Reduced in size before WW2, Now somewhat degraded with bones of original visible.
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    HCC Site ID: 1970 Parish: Colden Common
    Designations: Private Area: Not known
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private house

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    Freehills and Hoe Moor House

    HCC Summary: Small C19 estate with Gothic style house, with abundant shrubberies & Kitchen Garden. Requisitioned in WWII & sold off in lots afterwards. House divided into two dwellings.
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    HCC Site ID: 1183 Parish: Bursledon
    Designations: Area: Less than 1 ha
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private Residential

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    Glebe Meadow Recreation Ground

    The park has developed from its original semi-rural tree and parkland aesthetic to a recreation ground with an important emphasis on play, sport and youth activities. This emphasis on contemporary life suits perfectly the original reason for the land being given to the parish. The park, which is in a conservation area, must remain on the register and perhaps the local heritage merit could be acknowledged and promoted in any future plans for improvement.

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    HCC Site ID: 1643 Parish: Bishopstoke
    Designations: CA Area: 5 ha
    Access: Public Access Ownership: Eastleigh Borough Council

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    Greyladyes (Bursledon Lodge, Elm Lodge)

    HCC Summary: Georgian house altered in Victorian era, within a park;Today it is four private homes. Part of the parkland remains, rest new housing. The restored chapel is now run as the Greyladyes Art Foundation.
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    HCC Site ID: 1184 Parish: Bursledon
    Designations: Lodge LB II Area: 14.5 ha
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Property split into private housing
    and new build

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    Hamble Cliff

    HCC Summary: Early C19 house with coach house & large walled kitchen garden; now apartments. Bought by British Marine, 1930s. Walled garden now within industrial complex.
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    HCC Site ID: 1975 Parish: Hamble-le-Rice and Hound
    Designations: House & Coach House LB II Area: Less than 1 ha
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private residential, multiple ownership

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    Hamble House

    HCC Summary: House built 1740-41 with grounds of 3 acres; demolished 1960,new house retains secluded position from the High Street.
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    HCC Site ID: 1967 Parish: Hamble
    Designations: Area: 2.053 acres (0.83 ha)
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private Residential

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    Hatch Grange

    The significance of the site lies in its commanding position, its designed open space and historic features such as ancient wet meadows, a lime avenue and a circle of conifers planted for the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria.
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    HCC Site ID: 1190 Parish: West End
    Designations: TPOs, SINC, open space Area: 11.6 ha
    Access: Public Access Ownership: West End Parish Council

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    Hiltingbury Lakes (Merdon House Gardens)

    The lake, woodland, ponds, streams and pathways provide a popular, very attractive and important amenity for the surrounding residential population, as well as an excellent habitat for wildlife.
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    HCC Site ID: 1186 Parish: Chandlers Ford
    Designations: Area: c7 ha
    Access: Public Access Ownership: Eastleigh Borough Council

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    Holmesland

    HCC Summary: Late C18/C19 farm became a gentleman’s residence with ornamental grounds & walled garden. 2012, four separate residences with lawn, shrubs, small lake with lime avenue.
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    HCC Site ID: 1179 Parish: Hedge End
    Designations: Local gap Area: 7 ha
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Four separate private residences

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    Itchen Valley Country Park

    A site of national importance ecologically, Itchen Valley Country Park offers a diversity of habitats and activities to appeal to the local population whilst at the same time protecting and enhancing the natural environment. It is a delicate balancing act which seems to be succeeding.

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    HCC Site ID: 1950 Parish: West End
    Designations: SSSI and SAC – River Itchen; SINC Area: 178 ha
    Access: Public Access Ownership: Eastleigh Borough Council

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    King's School, The (Lakesmere House School; Fair Oak Lodge)

    HCC Summary: Late C19 country park with two large lakes out buildings & two lodges. The King’s School now occupies the former house with the ponds & some woodland. Outbuildings & walled gardens replaced by housing.
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    HCC Site ID: 1188 Parish: Fair Oak
    Designations: Area: 1.6 ha (4 acres)
    was 120 ha (48.5 ha)
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: School run by Hampshire Christian Education Trust

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    Leigh Road Recreation Ground (Eastleigh Recreation Ground, The Park)

    A late C19th century Recreation Park, with bandstand and war memorial, that is still a very important amenity for the town, both functional and practical for public use. It is well maintained.

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    HCC Site ID: 1187 Parish: Eastleigh
    Designations: Area: n/k
    Access: Public Access Ownership: Eastleigh Borough Council

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    Longmead House

    HCC Summary: Large neo-Gothic house & extensive grounds in 1866. Almost all developed for housing. Some of arboretum & a 2011 Gr II listed peach house remain.
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    HCC Site ID: 1189 Parish: Bishopstoke
    Designations: Peach House LB II Area: Early c20 41 acres.
    Now built upon
    Access: Historic site Ownership: Housing development,
    multiple ownership

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    Maidenstone Heath

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    HCC Site ID: 1182 Parish: Bursledon
    Designations: Area: n/k
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private

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    Manor Farm Country Park (Upper Hamble Country Park)

    HCC Summary: Country park on a former Royal Navy shore establishment, HMS Cricket, decommissioned in 1946. Countryside open space, river corridor, proposed nature reserve, European nature conservation site.
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    HCC Site ID: 1762 Parish: Botley
    Designations: SSSI, SINC, European nature conservation site,
    TPOs, proposed nature reserve Open space
    Area: 161.32 ha (400acres)
    Access: Public Access check opening times Ownership: Hampshire County Council

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    Marion Kennedy Open Space

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    HCC Site ID: 1644 Parish: Chandlers Ford
    Designations: None Area: 0.8 ha
    Access: Public Access Ownership: Eastleigh Borough Council

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    Moorhill House

    HCC Summary: Mid C19 house sited with fine views, demolished in 1960 & a reservoir built on its site. The adjoining Fir Tree Cottage renamed Moorhill House badly damaged by fire in 2009. Site has many specimen trees remaining.
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    HCC Site ID: 1969 Parish: Hedge End/West End & Botley
    Designations: Area: 3.39 ha originally
    Access: Historic site with specimen trees remaining Ownership: Private residence –
    Reservoir owned by Water Board

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    Netley Abbey

    HCC Summary: A medieval monastery became a Tudor mansion and now a ruin.
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    HCC Site ID: 1194 Parish: Hound
    Designations: Scheduled Ancient Monument Area: 6.7 ha
    Access: Public Access – check opening times Ownership: State, managed by English Heritage

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    Netley Castle

    HCC Summary: Built as a Fort in 1542; in use for storage until 1627. Renovated at various times & extended late c19 into a substantial residence. Developed in 2000, with multiple occupancy.
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    HCC Site ID: 1193 Parish: Hound
    Designations: TPO, conservation area. public open space,
    Gr II* the Castle
    Area: 1.12 ha
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private residential,
    multiple ownership

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    North Stoneham (North Stoneham Park)

    Significance: Documented history from Anglo-Saxon period; C14 deer park; C17 park; remodelled C18 by Brown; early C20 western park sold became designed golf course (Willie Park Junior); mid C20 rest sold, multiple ownership; recognised as a strategic gap with reinstatement of part of Brown landscape; C21 housing development imminent.

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    HCC Site ID: 1181 Parish: Eastleigh & Chilworth
    Designations: Walled garden & St Nicholas Church (LB II), SINC Area: 260.6 ha (1846)
    Access: Only access to Avenue Park & public footpaths Ownership: Multiple ownership
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    Royal Victoria Country Park & Cemetery (Royal Victoria Military Hospital) (Historic England)

    HE Summary: The grounds of what was, before it was demolished in 1966, the largest military hospital, opened in 1863 overlooking Southampton Water, incorporating a lunatic asylum set in its own grounds. The grounds were probably laid out by the Southampton landscape designer William Bridgwater Page and also includes a cemetery
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    HCC Site ID: 1641 Parish: Hound
    Designations: HE Grade II Area:
    Access: Public Access Ownership: Hampshire County Council

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    St Mary's Churchyard Garden

    The public green space remains a simple, atmospheric site that both reflects its history and offers sanctuary for the future.
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    HCC Site ID: 1177 Parish: Bishopstoke
    Designations: Conservation Area Area: 0.3 ha
    Access: Public Access Ownership: Leased to Eastleigh Borough Council

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    Stoke Park Woods

    A significant area of woodland in a densely built-up area. This wood has changed little in size since medieval times. It is managed by the Forestry Commission

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    HCC Site ID: 1180 Parish: Bishopstoke
    Designations: SINC Area: n/k
    Access: Public Access Ownership: Forestry Commission

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    Sydney Lodge


    HCC Summary: C18 House. Wood & parkland next to Hamble Cliff House. Sold to British Marine in 1934/36 now a factory site. Large walled garden with glasshouses from Hamble Cliff House remains.
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    HCC Site ID: 1192 Parish: Bursledon, Hamble-le-Rice
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    Designations: Employment site Area: c1.2 ha was 22ha
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: owners/use Commercial

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    Wilderness Heights

    HCC Summary: Mid-Victorian house with pleasure ground, plantation & kitchen garden. Developed mid-1980s into upmarket housing estate.
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    HCC Site ID: 1966 Parish: West End
    Designations: Area: c23 acres (9.3 ha) orignally
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Multi-ownership

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    Winslowe House

    HCC Summary: Mid-C19 house in an estate with specimen trees, walled garden, herbaceous & shrub borders. Now a wedding venue with smaller grounds.
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    HCC Site ID: 1972 Parish: West End
    Designations: Area: Originally 98.3 ha (243 acres) ;
    now c 0.81 ha (2 acres)
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Wedding venue, private

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