Time lapse footage shows Havant business park taking shape

VIDEO footage shows new units at Dunsbury Park rising from their foundations. 

The 45-acre site, owned by Portsmouth City Council (PCC), is set to become home to the Volkswagen Breeze Group headquarters later this year. 

A computer-generated aerial image of Dunsbury Park. Picture: Portsmouth City Council

A computer-generated aerial image of Dunsbury Park. Picture: Portsmouth City Council

Video released by PCC shows the firm’s headquarters taking shape – as well as the construction of a 38,000sq ft warehouse. 

Councillor Ben Dowling, cabinet member for planning, regeneration and economic development, said the video has been released in a bid to show ‘how well work is progressing’ at the business park, at junction 3 of the A3. 

He added: ‘We wanted to show in less than one minute how well work is progressing on these buildings and at Dunsbury Park in general.

‘The VW Breeze unit will be completed before next year and we expect to have the other warehouse building finished next Spring.

‘Dunsbury is becoming a vital asset and it will generate millions of pounds of income for council services and create thousands of local jobs so we're really pleased with how well the construction work is going.’

Dunsbury Park is already home to the global headquarters of international clothing brand Fat Face.

The whole site is levelled and served by a custom-built link road, a high voltage power supply, high speed broadband and gas and water. 

The council has also created accompanying conservation habitat areas at the site to preserve wildlife. 

To find out more about the project, visit www.dunsburypark.co.uk