The latest Silver Hill planning documents are now on-line, with a deadline of 17 Sept 2014, before the planning committee in October. It’s hard to locate them - see here

Winchester City Council emailed WinACC on 4 September to say:

You might be interested to know that an exhibition is starting on Monday 8th September in Winchester Guildhall in relation to proposed amendments to the SilverHill regeneration scheme.

Revised plans for the £150m regeneration of Silver Hill in Winchester will be on display in the Wintonian Room at the Guildhall from Monday 8 September to Saturday 13 September. 

The exhibition, which will be presented by Henderson and their architects, gives a comprehensive insight into the latest proposals.  

It will be open Monday and Tuesday 11am-7pm, Wednesday-Friday 10am-7pm, and Saturday, 10am-1pm.  It will be staffed from 1pm-7pm Monday to Friday and 10am-1pm on Saturday.  The exhibition will also be available to view after the 15th September although it will not be staffed during this time. 

The Silver Hill scheme already has planning permission and compulsory purchase orders in place.  The display explains changes that are proposed to the scheme. 

The exhibition includes detailed planning drawings and shows examples of the materials that will be used such as flint, types of brick, paving and green oak. 

Panels tell the story of the planning application process and describe the extent of the proposed scheme and how the design complements the city.

There are specific panels covering subjects such as the height and mass of buildings, buses and access, archaeology and ecology, and finance.