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Gosport

(gŏs`pôrt), city (1991 pop. 69,664) and district, Hampshire, S England. The city is a major port and shares its harbor with Portsmouth. There are ship- and yacht-building facilities and various light industries. Formerly a victualing station for the Royal Navy, Gosport was an embarkation point for the invasion of France in 1944.

Gosport

a town in S England, in Hampshire on Portsmouth harbour: naval base since the 16th century. Pop.: 69 348 (2001)
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Coun Graham Burgess, deputy leader of Gosport Borough Council, said: "Everyone has their own views.
Coun GrahamBurgess, of Gosport Borough Council, which has supported the campaign, said the victory showed the Home Office should re-think its approach.
Gosport Borough Council and English Heritage commissioned a historian, Dr David Evans, to research the history and evolution of structures within the yard--brewery, bakery, co-operage, artificers' workshops, reservoir, landing stage, railway station--and provide an independent analysis of the site and its heritage significance, which influenced the development proposals by the purchaser, Berkeley Homes.
Gosport borough council wishes to relevel road gullies and resurface the north section of walpole park car park, south street, gosport.