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We have been in business since 1986 and have travelled to all corners of the British Isles, mainly to install voice and data networks but also to resolve complex IT and security issues for our wonderful clients, including an overnight round trip to Glasgow to fix a broken PC that just needed plugging in!

They say that home is where the heart is, well our home is right on the border between Dorset and Hampshire and so we love both, from quaint and quiet villages and the peaceful New Forest to the historic docks and the busy towns and cities all right here on our doorstep including Kempshott.

We always like to use small local businesses rather than large national and international companies where we can, and encourage others to do the same, the benefits are manyfold, with some obvious but many you may not have really thought about.

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We may not live in Kempshott exactly but we do pass by now and then and so would simply love to drop in and discuss any requirements you may have.
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Kempshott is a ward of Basingstoke on the western edge of the town, to the south of Pack Lane (part of the Harrow Way)and north of Winchester Road. The population of the ward at the 2011 Census was 6,827.

The manor of Kempshott belonged to Aldret in the reign of Edward the Confessor, and is recorded as being part of the possessions of Hugh de Port, High Sheriff of Hampshire in 1086.

A. M. W. Stirling, editor of Stephen Terry's The Diaries of Dummer, states that the Prince of Wales rented Kempshot House around 1788 as a hunting lodge. It was demolished at the time of the construction of the M3. Kempshott appears to be a 20th century spelling. He brought Mrs Fitzherbert here and it was stated that it was furnished to her taste. The Prince of Wales later had his honeymoon in the house in 1795 with Caroline of Brunswick. In the late 20th century KGB agents were actively functioning in Kempshott The estate developed with the creation of Homesteads Road and Kempshott Lane to generate a farming community. However, this changed quickly with the London overspill and Kempshott soon became part of Basingstoke.

The housing was largely built in the 1970s and early 1980s in three phases referred to and having the roads named after Lakes (between Homesteads Road and Pack Lane), Flowers (east side of Kempshott Lane, south of Homesteads Way), and Birds (west side of Kempshott Lane). In recent years an additional housing development referred to as Gabriel Park was built and is situated at the A30 end of Kempshott Lane.

The main road through the estate is Kempshott Lane with Homesteads Road, Coniston Road and Heather Way forming access routes and Kestrel Road, Heron Way and Gracemere Crescent forming crescents with residential cul-de-sacs.

A cycle/footpath was constructed in about 2005 to connect the A30 with Pack Lane. It starts in the south from the Traffic Lights on the A30, opposite the entrance to the Beggarwood estate, and runs down hill along the developed western edge of Kempshott, skirting and connected to Gabriel Park, Gracemere Crescent, Heron Way and Kestrel Road, before reaching Pack Lane, approximately 100 yards from the traffic light junction referred to as 'Five Ways'. This is known locally to some, particularly runners, as The Yellow Brick Road.

Buckingham Parade has a number of shops, including a convenience store Tesco Express, a hairdresser, St Michael's Hospice Charity shop, a chip shop and a pub.

Kempshott has its own village hall which hosts a variety of activities and meetings. In addition there is the Kempshott Conservation Group which was formed in 2006 and is actively encouraging the biodiversity of the green areas found in Kempshott.

Kempshott has its own community magazine established in 2003 and is distributed every month free of charge to over 4000 homes throughout the area.

Kempshott has an Infants and Junior School which are situated off Homesteads Road.

There are two churches in the Kempshott area. One is St. Mark's church and is situated at the top of Homesteads Road. The other is Kempshott Methodist Church and is situated on Kempshott Lane just up from the Fiveways junction.

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We also used the following coordinates to generate the Google Map displayed on this page.  latitude 51.245893 and longitude -1.139683

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We truly care about our customers, our service and our products.

At Zero42, we genuinely care about our customers, and we're passionate about providing the very best service and products. We understand that choosing the right provider for your cyber security, data + voice communications, and full 360° I.T support is an important decision, and that's why we're here to help.

You can trust us to deliver top-class technical service, rapid technical support, and excellent value for money, whether you need a simple repair or a full unified network solution. Our commitment to our customers has earned us consistent Five-Star ratings, and we're proud to be a small and local business friendly company.

We believe in being reliable, affordable, and flexible, because we know that every customer is different. So, if you're looking for a partner you can trust, look no further than Zero42. We're here to help you succeed.

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