Quebec Park, Bordon

Quebec Park, Bordon

Welcome to the Quebec Park Travel Plan website. This page is designed to give you up to date travel information and inform you about travel facilities in your area. On this page you can find information on:

  • Local shops and centres
  • Rail station and information
  • Bus stops, bus fairs and bus timetables
  • Cycle routes and shops
  • Events in your local area

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The accessibility map below highlights all of your local facilities and places of interest local to you.


Opposite the site there is a convenience store and a post office. There are also two bus stops close to the site, which are located just outside the development on Camp Road.  Within close proximity to the site is Bordon Town Centre, which offers numerous services including dentists, a doctor’s surgery, a pharmacy, a library, a bank and supermarkets. These services are approximately a 13 minute walk from site or 8 minutes on the Number 18 bus.

A wider range of services can be found in Basingstoke Town Centre which include The Malls Shopping Centre and Festival Place Shopping Centre. Basingstoke Town Centre offers a variety of High Street shops, cafes, pharmacy’s, banks, cinemas and restaurants. Basingstoke Town Centre is accessible via Bentley Rail Station and the Number 18 bus service,

*COVID 19 UPDATE: As a result of lockdown a number of changes have been made to local transport services in your area. Remember to only travel in line with Government guidance. *


Bentley Rail Station is a 40 minute bus ride on the Number 18 bus or a 35 minute cycle. The rail station is serviced by South West Trains and accommodates services to Alton and London Waterloo, with intermediary stops including Farnham, Clapham Junction, Woking and Surbiton.  These services should make travelling to work, the shops or even into London easy!

National Rail Enquiries offer a text service for travellers on the move so you can keep up to date with all the latest travel information. For more information on services and how you can sign up to their text service click here.

**COVID 19 UPDATE: As a result of Covid 19 rail services from Bentley Rail Station are operating on a revised timetable with reduced services. For help planning your journey please visit the National Rail Journey Planner.**


The local bus network offers convenient routes to local destinations, with frequent services. The majority of local services are available from the two bus stops just outside the site. Bus services operate Monday to Saturday, with the Number 18 service operating every two hours on Sundays.

To the north of the site the Whitehill and Bordon Eco Station bus stop offers access to all local services including the National Express Shuttle 31, which operates from London to Portsmouth. These services provide a great opportunity for a trip to local shops and services or for your commute to work or school. 

**COVID 19 UPDATE: The Stagecoach 13, 18 and 23 bus services are still operating from the bus stops on Camp Road. The number 18 service is running broadly every hour Monday to Saturday with services operating as normal on Sundays and Bank Holidays. The number 13 and 23 bus services. For information on all your local bus services and their timetables please click here. **


If you want to get out on your bike this weekend or want to start cycling to work, National Cycling Route 22 is within close proximity to the site and runs from Epsom to Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight.  The route is 64 miles long and passes through Alice Holt Forest, Guildford Dorking and Epsom Downs.

 As part of the development of the Whitehill Bordon relief road cycleways will also be implemented connecting cyclists to local facilities and further afield. Phase 1 of the relief road has now been completed and is now open to the public, so why not make the most out of the weekends by exploring your local area.

For help planning your cycle route please visit the Sustrans or My Journey Hampshire wesbites.

Whitehill Bordon Green Town

There are plans currently in place to redevelop Whitehill Bordon to provide 4,000 new homes, new local facilities and numerous new jobs. The redevelopment aims to have local facilities and jobs within a 5 minute walk of residential areas, to encourage more people to walk to work. As part of the development footways and cycleways will be implemented, connecting to areas of open space and new facilities. Improvements to the cycle network will help to make cycling to local services even easier! The relief road is now open to members of the public and aims to decrease the amount of traffic on Camp Road.  There also proposals to increase public transport infrastructure in the local area by offering a wider range of bus services.

For more information about the improvements being made in your local area please click here.

The Green Loop

As part of the redevelopment of Whitehill Bordon a 7 mile shared footway/cycleway will be provided through new and existing communities. The Green Loop, once completed, aims to help residents travel without using a car, offering users with both on-road and off road routes. The Green Loop is due to be completed this year!

To stay up to date on the developments of the Green Loop visit the Whitehill Bordon Regeneration Website.

What’s on in your local area?

Not sure what events are going on in your local area? A full list of events in Bordon can be found here. If you want to escape Bordon this weekend more upcoming events and activities can be found at Visit Hampshire. So why not get out and explore this weekend?

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