Mindenhurst, Deepcut ‘Princess Royal Barracks’ redevelopment project

Mindenhurst project updates

Update 19 June 2020

Resurfacing of the Maultway roundabout and all approaches will take place from Friday 26 June (1 night shift) - Thursday 2 July. Work will be carried out over night between 8pm - 6am.

Two removable chicane barriers will be installed on the village green footpath opening out onto Brunswick Road.

Landscaping to the east of the Village Green. Top soil and seed will be installed as erosion measures to the swale behind the church.

Works will commence at the end of the month on the temporary footpath from Minorca Road to Deepcut Bridge Road inside the fence of the RLC Officers' Mess. Following this work the existing military security fence will be altered to allow public use.

The footpath within the eastern area of the SANGs will be re-instated. The path was removed due to remediation works in the area however this work is now complete. Landscaping will commence after completion of the path.

What is the Mindenhurst, Deepcut project?

The Princess Royal Barracks site has been declared surplus to Ministry of Defence requirements. As a result, the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) undertook a review of options for the redevelopment of Deepcut and the provision of a new training facility at Worthy Down. The DIO then entered into a joint venture with Skanska for the redevelopment of the Princess Royal Barracks into a major residential-led mixed-use development.

Mindenhurst is a new neighbourhood in the village of Deepcut, Surrey. Situated on the site of the former Princess Royal Barracks, Mindenhurst will offer 1,200 new homes and essential local amenities including a new primary school, retail outlets, sports facilities, business premises and over 69 hectares of public green space.

For more information and site works updates please visit the Mindenhurst website.