It consists mainly of fields, farms and a few dozen houses (about 200 residents). Most houses are built in a bungalow style.
The main roads are Streetway Road, Mount Hermon Road and Mount Carmel Road. Recent housing developments have encroached into farming land.
There is currently[when?] a local campaign to establish a separate civil parish for Palestine, including some parts of Grateley parish. Currently, the parish boundary runs down the centre of Streetway Road, meaning that when a new housing development was built on the north side of the road, the residents on the south side could not officially object, as the development was within a different parish.
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The Portway Roman Road- http://www.streetmap.co.uk/place/Hampshire_Gap_in_Hampshire_535611_251611.htm
- "Minutes of Parish Council Meeting - 12 December 2011" (PDF). Over Wallop Parish Council. pp. 3–4.
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