The first of two schools to be built on site, Berewood Primary School provides children with an excellent education that instils in them a love of learning to take them forward joyfully in life.

Located in Kentidge Way (PO7 3BE), the school supports children aged between 4 and 11 years old and is run by the University of Chichester Academy Trust.

The school building has bright classrooms, additional learning spaces, the latest technology, and a library at its heart.

In addition to the standard curriculum, the school runs Forest School sessions to take advantage of the woodland nature reserve on its doorstep.

The school is fully accessible for all children, including those with physical and sensory needs or where English is not a first language.

The latest OFSTED report from January 2023 rated the school as ‘Good’, describing it as a happy and welcoming place with highly skilled teaching staff. Read the full report.

The second primary school on site will be delivered by Hampshire County Council and is expected to welcome its first pupils in September 2025.

Situated to the south west of the site, the school will have direct access to the Berewood Community Nature Reserve.

Part of the Local Centre, the Nursery will provide outstanding care for your family in a convenient location.

Near to Berewood Primary School and within walking distance of the rest of the site, the Nursery will cater to families on the development.

Outdoor Spaces and Activities

Berewood Community Nature Reserve runs down the west of the site, providing over 120 acres of beautiful green space for everyone to enjoy.

The Nature Reserve includes Newlands Meadow, open fields and stunning ancient woodland.

Perfect for dog owners, families, exercise fans, and those who just want to spend a relaxing moment in nature.

The Nature Reserve has a network of footpaths and a bridleway running through, providing access for cyclists and horse riders as well as visitors on foot/wheelchair.

A planning application has been submitted to enhance the Nature Reserve with children’s play equipment, dog agility areas, and improved footpaths.

Berewood Town Park

Berewood Town park includes children’s play equipment, a MUGA (Multi Use Games Area) with basketball nets, a skate park, and areas for picnics and outdoor events.

Play is not confined to a single space, but incorporated into the landscape as a whole so that there are opportunities for play around every corner.

There is currently temporary parking available off Milk Lane.

A planning application has been submitted for the second phase of the park which will include a state-of-the-art Cricket Pavilion with pitches and car parking, Petanque and tennis courts, and wildlife areas.

Berewood Skate Park Town Park Waterlooville

One of the highlights of Town Park is our fantastic skate park.

Suitable for all ages and abilities, the park features 650sqm of ramps, 15° and 20° banks, rails and ledges.

Visitors travel from far and wide to enjoy this facility as it is one of the best in Hampshire.

River Wallington Berewood

The River Wallington runs across the north of the site, and over the past year has been transformed from a small concrete culvert into a free flowing river.

New wildlife has already taken up residence, including a heron, kingfisher, egrets, marsh frogs, and for the first time ever, fish!

As well as additional plants and landscaping, fully accessible paths, benches and bridges have been installed so that everyone can visit and enjoy this wonderful feature.

Berewood Blossom Waterlooville

Berewood will have two allotment sites; one to the north above Elm Green, and a larger one to the south next to Orchard View.

The southern site also includes space for a bee apiary.

The allotments will be managed by Newlands Parish Council, and we anticipate the first plots in the northern site (Elm Green) will be available in 2023.

Local Centre

The Vine Medical Group will be delivering a brand new health centre at Berewood to serve the local community.

3 Doctor’s surgeries will be combined into one modern facility to deliver high quality care close to home.

A business case has been submitted to the NHS Clinical Commissioning Group for approval.

The new health centre will include a pharmacy and offer out-of-hours services open until 10:30 pm some weekdays and at weekends.

The increased space means more health professionals available to look after your needs, from receptionists able to take your call to booking GP appointments at a time to suit you.

The Local Centre will be the main Community Hub for Berewood, with it’s own Community Hall and facilities for everyone to enjoy; from Yoga classes to children’s parties, Council meetings to coffee mornings.

The current Community Hall is a temporary building, home to Newlands Parish Council office and the Grainger Plc team.

To enquire about hiring the hall, please contact Waterlooville Community Association:


Phone: 023 9225 6823


The local centre will provide a variety of amenities including retail opportunities for businesses.

There will be a range of shops and facilities to meet the needs of the growing development.

For more details on retail opportunities at Berewood please contact the team.

Part of the Local Centre, the Nursery will provide outstanding care for your family in a convenient location.

Near to Berewood Primary School and within walking distance of the rest of the site, the Nursery will cater to families on the development.

Extra care housing is designed for older people who need some extra help to look after themselves, but want to continue to live independently with the reassurance that staff are onsite 24/7 to respond to emergencies.

Hampshire County Council will be delivering these accommodation and care services at Berewood so that residents can remain active and independent for as long as possible.

Extra care provides:

  • Your own flat, with your own kitchen, bedroom, living room, bathroom and front door
  • Qualified staff onsite to respond quickly to a variety of personal care and other support needs (planned and in emergency situations)
  • Safe and supportive environment in buildings close to local facilities
  • Shared facilities such as a laundry, restaurant, hairdressing, lounges and gardens
  • Social activities organised by residents groups and supported by care staff

Commercial Spaces

Proxima Park Waterlooville

Proxima Park is a high specification multi-unit industrial park with warehouse and build to suit options available.

Located at the northern end of the site, it is set away from the residential areas.

Waterlooville is an established industrial distribution location with an excellent labour pool.

Sustainable features include:

  • Low-energy internal lighting linked to daylight control
  • Low energy high efficiency external LED lighting
  • BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating