MoD to flog 13 ‘surplus’ military sites for development

Hampshire manor house and Plymouth's 'spiritual home of the Royal Marines' likely to become luxury homes

The Ministry of Defence has announced plans to sell of swathes of “surplus” military sites across the country – including two golf courses, the grand Amport House near Andover, the Stonehouse Barracks in Plymouth and the Colerne Airfield in Wiltshire – as part of its “estate optimisation” campaign to cut military land holdings by 30% over the next 25 years. 11 of the 13 sites are due to deliver new housing.

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