Hastoe is an award-winning Rural housing association that manages over 7,500 rented, shared ownership and leasehold homes across the south of England. They hold charitable status and support communities by providing affordable and environmentally sustainable homes for local people.
They have been building high-quality, energy-efficient affordable homes in rural areas of England since the 1980s. However, for historic reasons some of their homes are in urban areas.
About the LOCAL AREA
North Warnborough is a village in the Hart district of Hampshire, England. It is in the civil parish of Odiham. It is located less than 2 miles (3.2 km) south of the town of Hook, and just north-west of the village of Odiham. The Basingatoke Canal passes through the village, and the River Whitewater flows to the north.
Near the canal lies North Warnborough Green, another SSSI, including a ford where children often swim during the summer months.
The village once boasted two mills and seven pubs. Some of the pubs were converted into private homes, but The Lord Derby and The Anchor still remain. The Swan was destroyed by fire in September 2010 and the Jolly Miller is now pending change of use following a short period as ‘The Chilli Pad’, Thai restaurant. The Millhouse is now a popular family restaurant.