List of British Army installations

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This is a list of British Army Installations in the United Kingdom and overseas excluding Afghanistan

Current installations[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

Name Garrison Country County Opened Notes & Units
Alanbrooke Barracks England North Yorkshire 1972 4th Regiment Royal Artillery[1]
Albemarle Barracks England Northumberland 1970 39th Regiment Royal Artillery[2]
Alexander Barracks England Surrey 1875 Army Training Centre, Pirbright.[3]
Aliwal Barracks Tidworth Camp England Wiltshire 2nd Royal Tank Regiment.[4]
King's Royal Hussars.[4]
Allenby Barracks England Dorset 1899 Armour Centre.[5]
Alma Lines Catterick England North Yorkshire The Royal Dragoon Guards.[6]
Arnhem Barracks Aldershot England Hampshire 1965 [7]
Assaye Barracks Tidworth England Wiltshire 1st Regiment Royal Horse Artillery.[4]
Baker Barracks England West Sussex 1984 12th Regiment Royal Artillery[8]
47th Regiment Royal Artillery[9]
Beachley Barracks England Gloucestershire 1915 1st Battalion, The Rifles[10]
Beach-head Lines Catterick England North Yorkshire [6]
Battlesbury Barracks England Wiltshire 1st Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment[11]
Beacon Barracks England Staffordshire 2006 22 Signal Regiment[12]
Berechurch Hall Camp Colchester England Essex Military Corrective Training Centre[13]
Bhurtpore Barracks Tidworth England Wiltshire 19th Regiment Royal Artillery.[4]
Bourlon Barracks Catterick England North Yorkshire 1st Battalion, The Scots Guards.[6]
The Highlanders, 4th Battalion, Royal Regiment of Scotland.[14]
Blandford Camp England Dorset 1724 11 (Royal School of Signals) Signal Regiment.[15]
15 Signal Regiment[16]
Brock Barracks England Berkshire 1881
Brompton Barracks England Kent 1812 Royal School of Military Engineering (Chatham).[17]
Browning Barracks Aldershot England Hampshire 1964 [7]
Bruneval Barracks Aldershot England Hampshire 1965 [7]
Buller Barracks Aldershot England Hampshire 1970 [7]
Cambrai Lines Catterick England North Yorkshire The Queen's Royal Lancers.[6]
Cameron Barracks Scotland Inverness-shire 1884
Campion Lines Bulford Camp England Wiltshire HQ Special Investigation Branch.[18]
Carver Barracks England Essex 1974 33 Engineer Regiment (Explosive Ordnance Disposal)[19]
101 (City of London) Engineer Regiment (Explosive Ordnance Disposal)[20]
Cavalry Barracks, Hounslow England London 1793 1st Battalion, Welsh Guards[21]
Cawdor Barracks Wales Pembrokeshire 1944 14 Signal Regiment (Electronic Warfare)[22]
Chetwynd Barracks England Nottinghamshire 1919 49 (East) Brigade[23]
Claro Barracks England North Yorkshire 21 Engineer Regiment[24]
Clayton Barracks
(Thornhill Barracks)
Aldershot England Hampshire 1928 [7]
Clive Barracks England Shropshire 1976 1st Battalion, The Royal Irish Regiment[25]
Combermere Barracks England Berkshire 1804 Household Cavalry Regiment[26]
Copthorne Barracks England Shropshire 1881 143 (West Midlands) Brigade[27]
Dale Barracks England Cheshire 1939
Dalton Barracks England Oxfordshire 1992 3 Logistic Support Regiment[28]
4 Logistic Support Regiment[28]
12 Logistic Support Regiment[28]
Deepcut Barracks England Surrey 1903 25 Training Support Regiment[29]
Defence College of Logistics[30]
Delhi Barracks Tidworth England Wiltshire HQ 1st Mechanized Brigade.[4]
215 Signal Squadron.[4]
4 (Close Support) Battalion REME.[4]
6 (Close Support) Battalion REME.[4]
Denison Barracks England Berkshire 1949 42 Engineer Regiment (Geographic)[31]
Dering Lines Wales Powys 1939 Infantry Battle School.[32]
Dreghorn Barracks Scotland Edinburgh 1939 Royal Scots Borderers[33]
Duchess of Kent Barracks Aldershot England Hampshire 1969 [7]
Elizabeth Barracks England Surrey 1875 Army Training Centre, Pirbright[34]
Fenham Barracks England Tyne & Wear 1806 'D' Squadron (The Northumberland Hussars)[35]
201 (Northern) Field Hospital[36]
Fort George Scotland Inverness-shire 1757
Forthside Barracks Scotland Stirlingshire 1899
Fulwood Barracks England Lancashire 1848 42 (North West) Brigade.[37]
Gamecock Barracks England Warwickshire 1959 30 Signal Regiment[38]
Gaza Barracks Catterick England North Yorkshire 3 Medical Regiment.[6]
Gibraltar Barracks, Surrey England Surrey Royal School of Military Engineering (Minley).[17]
Gibraltar Barracks, Suffolk England Suffolk Regimental HQ Royal Anglian Regiment[39]
Glencorse Barracks Scotland Midlothian 1803 Royal Highland Fusiliers[40]
Goojerat Barracks Colchester England Essex 156 Provost Company[41]
Gordon Barracks Scotland Aberdeenshire 1935
Hammersley Barracks Aldershot England Hampshire 1964
Howe Barracks England Kent
Hyde Park Barracks England London 1795 Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment[42]
Imjin Barracks England Gloucestershire 2010 Allied Rapid Reaction Corps[43]
Imphal Barracks England North Yorkshire 1880 15th Infantry Brigade[44]
Invicta Park Barracks England Kent 1936 36 Engineer Regiment[45]
Jellalabad Barracks Tidworth England Wiltshire HQ 43 (Wessex) Brigade.[4]
Kendrew Barracks England Rutland 2012 2nd Battalion, Royal Anglian Regiment[46]
7 Regiment[46]
Kinloss Barracks Scotland Moray 2012 39 Engineer Regiment[47]
Kiwi Barracks Bulford England Wiltshire 4th Battalion, The Rifles.[18]
Lucknow Barracks Tidworth England Wiltshire 2nd Battalion, The Royal Welsh (Royal Regiment of Wales).[4]
Maindy Barracks Wales Cardiff 1877 3rd Battalion, The Royal Welsh (Royal Regiment of Wales)[48]
Marne Barracks Catterick England North Yorkshire 1994 1st Battalion, The Mercian Regiment[49]
5th Regiment Royal Artillery.[6]
McGrigor Barracks Aldershot England Hampshire [7]
Megiddo Lines Catterick England North Yorkshire 1 (Close Support) Battalion REME.[6]
Merville Barracks Colchester England Essex 2nd Battalion, Parachute Regiment[50]
3rd Battalion, Parachute Regiment[50]
Mooltan Barracks Tidworth England Wiltshire 1st Battalion, Royal Regiment of Fusiliers.[4]
Normandy Barracks Aldershot England Hampshire 1965 [7]
Palace Barracks, Holywood Northern Ireland Down 1886 Royal Irish Regiment[51]
Piave Lines Catterick England North Yorkshire [6]
Picton Barracks Bulford England Wiltshire HQ 3rd Division.[18]
Prince Philip Barracks England Hampshire School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.[52]
Prince William of Gloucester Barracks England Lincolnshire 1976 5 Training Regiment.[53]
Quebec Barracks Aldershot England Hampshire [7]
Queen Elizabeth II Barracks England North Yorkshire
Redford Barracks Scotland Edinburgh 1915 3rd Battalion, The Rifles[54]
Regent's Park Barracks England London 1896 20 Transport Squadron[55]
Rhine Barracks Aldershot England Hampshire 1965 [7]
Roberts Barracks England Wiltshire 32nd Regiment Royal Artillery[56]
Robertson Barracks England Norfolk 1995 1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards[57]
Rock Barracks England Suffolk 2006 23 Engineer Regiment (Air Assault)[58]
Royal Artillery Barracks England London 1802 2nd Battalion, Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment[59]
Sam Domingo Barracks
Formerly Louisburg Barracks
Aldershot England Hampshire Central Volunteer Headquarters REME.[7]
Shorncliffe Army Camp England Kent 2 (South East) Brigade.[60]
Sir John Moore Barracks England Hampshire 1986 ATR Winchester.[61]
Somme Barracks England South Yorkshire 1907 1st Battalion, The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment.[6]
St George's Barracks England Rutland 2006 16th Regiment Royal Artillery.[62]
Stirling Barracks England Wiltshire 14th Regiment Royal Artillery[63]
Swinton Barracks Tidworth
(Perham Down)
England Wiltshire 22 Engineer Regiment.[4]
26 Engineer Regiment.[4]
The Barracks, Brecon Wales Powys 1805 160th (Wales) Brigade.[64]
Thiepval Barracks Northern Ireland Antrim 1954 38th (Irish) Infantry Brigade[65]
Travers Barracks Aldershot England Hampshire 27 Theatre Logistic Regiment.[66]
Unijack Barracks England North Yorkshire 1947 Army Foundation College, Harrogate.[67]
Vauxhall Barracks England Oxfordshire 11 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Regiment RLC.[68]
Victoria Barracks England London 1853 1st Battalion, Coldstream Guards[69]
Walcheren Barracks Scotland Glasgow 1967
Ward Barracks Bulford England Wiltshire [18]
Weeton Barracks England Lancashire 2nd Battalion the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment[70]
Wellington Barracks England London 1833
Whittington Barracks England Staffordshire 1877 Defence Medical Services[71]
Wyvern Barracks England Devon 1800

Overseas[edit]

Name Part of Country County Opened Units
Alanbrooke Barracks Paderborn Garrison Germany North Rhine-Westphalia 5th Battalion The Rifles[72]
Antwerp Barracks Paderborn Garrison Germany North Rhine-Westphalia [73] 20th Armoured Brigade.[74]
Athlone Barracks Paderborn Garrison Germany North Rhine-Westphalia
Barker Barracks Paderborn Garrison Germany North Rhine-Westphalia 35 Engineer Regiment[75]
1st Battalion, Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment[75]
3 (Close Support) Battalion REME[75]
Campbell Barracks
(Hohne Station)
Hohne Garrison Germany Lower Saxony 33 Engineer Regiment[76]
Catterick Barracks
(Bielefeld Station)
Gutersloh Garrison Germany North Rhine-Westphalia
Caen Barracks Hohne Garrison Germany North Rhine-Westphalia 3rd Regiment Royal Horse Artillery[77]
Gordon Barracks
(Hameln Station)
Paderborn Garrison Germany Lower Saxony 28 Engineer Regiment[78]
Haig Barracks Hohne Garrison Germany North Rhine-Westphalia 1 Medical Regiment[79]
Hammersmith Barracks
(Herford Station)
Gutersloh Garrison Germany North Rhine-Westphalia
Harewood Barracks
(Herford Station)
Gutersloh Garrison Germany North Rhine-Westphalia
Javelin Barracks
(Elmpt Station)
Rhine Garrison Germany North Rhine-Westphalia 2002 [80] 16 Signal Regiment.[81]
Lumsden Barracks
(Fallingbostel Station)
Hohne Garrison Germany Lower Saxony
Mansergh Barracks Gutersloh Garrison Germany North Rhine-Westphalia 26th Regiment Royal Artillery.[82]
Normandy Barracks Paderborn Garrison Germany North Rhine-Westphalia Personnel Recovery Centre.[83]
Princess Royal Barracks, Gutersloh Gutersloh Garrison Germany North Rhine-Westphalia 1993 HQ 102 Logistic Brigade.[84]
6 Theatre Logistic Regiment.[84]
5 Regiment, Royal Military Police.[85]
Rochdale Barracks
(Bielefeld Station)
Gutersloh Garrison Germany North Rhine-Westphalia
St Barbara Barracks
(Fallingbostel Station)
Hohne Garrison Germany Lower Saxony 2 (Close Support) Battalion REME[86]
Wentworth Barracks
(Herford Station)
Gutersloh Garrison Germany North Rhine-Westphalia
Wessex Barracks
(Fallingbostel Station)
Hohne Garrison Germany Lower Saxony Royal Scots Dragoon Guards[87]
Bergen-Hohne Garrison Germany Lower Saxony 7th Armoured Brigade.[73]
Rhine Garrison Germany North Rhine-Westphalia HQ British Forces Germany.[73]
Salamanca Barracks Episkopi Cantonment Cyprus Sovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and Dhekelia 2nd Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment[88]
Kahawa Barracks Kenya Nairobi County Small part of British Army Training Unit Kenya.[89]

See also[edit]

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