These are often buildings that have been converted, making for attractive, characterful premises.


Most of the properties benefit from lots of parking and easy commuter access without traffic delays, in a quiet rural environment. Broadband is good, and all the facilities of Southwick village, including pubs and a shop with Post Office and tea room, are within easy reach.


See the full list of businesses here.



The 205-acre site outputs 48.5MW – enough to power 14,500 homes and prevent 20,610 tonnes of CO2 emission each year.


Developed by Welborne Energy, a joint venture between the Estate and Primrose Solar.



The Estate continues to support and host a wide range of traditional country sports.



Shooting is an enjoyable way to enjoy immersion in the woods and coverts of the Estate. It has been taking place on the Estate for many years, at times as a large private shoot and at other times with up to three separate let shoots.  The Estate currently has two shoots, one let to a syndicate and the other to the independently run Southwick Estate Sporting Club, where new members are always welcome and a few partridge, pheasant and mixed days are let each year.  Contact the club manager, Steve Veck, on 07836 594882 for more information.


The RNRM CAA manages itself along charity lines and provides competitive and recreational angling activities to Serving Military, Veterans and civilians who wish to enjoy the sport whilst paying due regard to the military ethos of the Association. Southwick Estate kindly allows the Association to use the lake in Southwick Park now that it has transferred back to them after many years of control by the MoD. Additionally the Association has use of Fort Rowner Moat inside HMS Sultan in Gosport. The Association uses both waters to:


  • encourage and support the sport of angling at all levels of ability within military units and personnel in the Portsmouth area and other members;
  • provide a means for anglers to develop for future selection into Royal Navy teams;
  • encourage competition within the Association and, between the Association and other Service and civilian clubs; and,
  • promote, by the support of Coarse Angling, an understanding amongst the Membership, of wildlife conservation and the countryside.

Application forms for membership and further information are in the Association website:


Southwick Golf

Set in the beautiful South Hampshire countryside the parkland course, surrounding Southwick Lake, is a a pleasant place to play your golf – and at just under 6,000 yards the undulating and interesting par 69 is an enjoyable test for golfers of all ages and abilities. Both members and visitors are welcome, with excellent practice and teaching facilities coupled with good hospitality to ensure that all your needs are met. There is a range of junior and adult membership options to suit all budgets and lifestyles. Further details from the website  or telephone 023 9238 0131.


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