Virtual Tour - Brands Removals store / Concept 2000 building

You've made it to the former site of both Brands Removals store and the Concept 2000 building, opposite the Clockhouse on the roundabout. Demolition of the Concept 2000 building began in 2007 to make way for the Concept residential development, completed in 2010.

Where to now? Salisbury road is to the East along with St. Peter's Church, dating back to the 12th century, and Farnborough Rectory with Farnborough Road running to the South. The other side of the roundabout sees the instantly recognisable Clockhouse, with the former Rex Cinema close by, and the Victoria Road Chapel, High View Road, and Victoria Road leading West towards Cove just beyond. For the full list of locations nearby, pick where you want to go next from the menu on the right.
Demolished - Gone but not forgotten. Image copyright

Concept 2000 redevelopment

Why not also view our archive of the Concept 2000 redevelopment as the old building disappears and the new residential redevelopment grows.

Click on an image to see how the site of Brands Removals store and the Concept 2000 building on the Clockhouse Roundabout has changed over the years. (Remember to scroll down to see the larger images).

1. 1913 2. 1997 3. 1997 4. 2005
5. 2005 6. 2005 7. 2007 8. 2007
9. 2007 10. 2007 11. 2010 12. 2010
13. 2010

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Image and thumbnail 1 is reproduced courtesy of The Francis Frith Collection. Images and thumbnails 4-6 are reproduced courtesy of Nick Lewis Photography. Images and thumbnails 2-3 are courtesy and copyright of Terry Redman, Farnborough Camera Club.

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