Pebble Walk, Hayling Island

Welcome to the Pebble Walk Travel Plan webpage!

Your area is well served by pedestrian and cycle infrastructure, public transport and local amenities. The Pebble Walk development has good access to local facilities, being within 700m of West Town and approximately 1.9km of the facilities in Mengham.

This page is designed for you! Think of it as your one stop shop for all the latest, up to date information regarding travel and your local area. On this page you can find information on:

  • Local Shops
  • Rail stations and timetables
  • Bus stops and timetables
  • Cycle routes

Much of the information is provided through direct links to other websites, this ensures that the information we provide is up to date.

Walking and Cycling

Hayling Billy Trail

At Pebble Walk your new home is located adjacent to the Hayling Billy Trail. This trail uses the Hayling Billy Coastal Path which runs along the west coast of Hayling Island. It is a permissive route which is used by walkers, cyclists and horse riders.

The route runs between Sinah Lane and Havant Road (opposite the Applegreen Service Station).

Ramblers Association

Come and be part of Britain’s biggest walking charity. Join the South West group and become a member of the Ramblers Association.

Visit for information on when the next walks are in your local area.

Useful Information

Several local cycle routes are close to your new home, including National Cycle Network (NCN) Route 2 which runs along Ferry Road to the south of Sinah Lane and connects to the rest of the route. The whole route runs from Dover all the way to Plymouth! NCN Route 2 also provides access to Route 88 which runs from Selsey to West Dean. Visit to find more details.

Your local bike shop is ‘Hayling Cycles’ and is located on Elm Grove. The shop is a 20 minute walk or 6 minute cycle away from your new home!

Want to cycle around the island but unsure of the best routes? Take a look at The Cycle Hayling Map to find them! To find out more visit:

Bus Services

Why take the bus?

  • The walk to and from the bus stop is a great way to incorporate some physical activity into your daily routine.
  • It gives you time to relax and read a book or use the free wi-fi whilst you travel to your destination.
  • Season tickets offer unlimited travel on services and can prove cheaper than running a car.

Where to catch the bus:

The nearest bus stops for the 30 and 31 service are located at ‘Station Theatre’ bus stop found just south of the development on Sinah Lane.

The local area is served by the 30 and 31 Stagecoach bus service which both operate a circular route from Havant around Hayling Island and back to Havant. These services runs every 30 minutes Monday – Saturday and hourly on Sundays.

Regular bus services mean that Pebble Walk has excellent links to facilities and services in the surrounding area.

Rail Services

Havant Railway Station is located approximately 8km north of your home at Pebble Walk. The stop is accessible via a 25-minute cycle ride or a 30-minute journey on the Stagecoach 31 bus service.

The station is operated by South Western Railways. Services from Havant run regularly to London Waterloo, Brighton, Portsmouth and Southsea and Southampton Central.

Journeys to London Waterloo take approximately 1h 25 minutes, to Brighton 1h 10 minutes to Portsmouth and Southsea 15 minutes and Southampton Central 41 minutes.

Timetable and pricing information can be found at

Using rail services as your chosen mode of transport is a great way of reaching your end destination via a stress and traffic free journey. You would no longer need to worry about parking or paying for petrol. It also provides you with a number of money saving opportunities from the multiple travel cards available for you and your family.

Sustainable Driving

Still need to drive your own car? Fear not. You can still become more sustainable by following these sustainable driving techniques:

  1. Remove unnecessary weight from your car such as roof racks or boxes
  2. Avoid breaking and accelerating hard by diving smoothly
  3. Limit the use of your air conditioning
  4. Check your tyres are fully inflated
  5. Stick to the speed limit – Speeding often leads to higher fuel consumption

Car Sharing

Car sharing is a simple way of cutting the cost of fuel and parking, reducing congestion and pollution and cutting the stress of driving. Liftshare have created a webpage to enable you to register your journey and search to find other drivers who are making the same journey a you, potentially finding a car-share match straight away!

Hampshire Car Sharing Scheme – Join for free!

Hampshire County Council’s scheme is part of the national Liftshare network. Find out more at:

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