List of British Army installations

This is a list of British Army Installations in the United Kingdom and overseas. British overseas bases are concentrated in Cyprus, Brunei, Kenya, the South Atlantic and Germany.

Overseas installations

Afghanistan

The UK commitment to the current NATO "Resolute Support" mission in Afghanistan, the UK element of which is known as Operation Toral, is based at Qargha just outside Kabul.

Name Part of Country County Opened Description
Afghan National Army Officer Academy (ANAOA) (Camp Qargha)Operation ToralAfghanistanKabul2015The training academy is modelled on the military academy at Sandhurst[1] and is currently training around 530 officer cadets. This will be the UK's lasting legacy to the Afghan Army.[2]

Belize

Name Part of Country County Opened Description
Price BarracksBritish Army Training Support Unit Belize (BATSUB)BelizeBelize DistrictA small permanent team maintains 25 Service Family Accommodation quarters, enough accommodation for 600 troops on exercise and various associated buildings, as well as three satellite camps in the Baldy Beacons area of Belize.[3]
Baldy Beacon and Guacamollo Bridge Training AreasBritish Army Training Support Unit Belize (BATSUB)BelizeBelize District
Mountain Pine Ridge Training AreaBritish Army Training Support Unit Belize (BATSUB)BelizeBelize District

British Overseas Territories

Bermuda

Name Part of Country Region Opened Description
Warwick Camp (Bermuda)Royal Bermuda RegimentBermuda1869Originally providing rifle ranges and a field training area for units of the Bermuda Garrison based at St. George's Garrison, Prospect Camp, or Boaz Island and Watford Island, or one of their subsidiary depots or batteries. Barracks were built after the First World War, and more after the Second World War, enabling it to serve as a base in its own right. All other army facilities in Bermuda were transferred to the civil government with the 1957 closure of the garrison, leaving only Warwick Camp, which today is the base and Headquarters of the Royal Bermuda Regiment.[4]

British Indian Ocean Territory

Name Part of Country Region Opened Description
Permanent Joint Operating Base (PJOB) Diego Garcia[5]British Forces British Indian Ocean TerritoryBritish Indian Ocean TerritoryDiego Garcia1966

Falkland Islands

Name Part of Country Region Opened Description
Mount Pleasant Complex[6]British Forces South Atlantic IslandsFalklands IslandsEast Falkland1985HQ for British Force South Atlantic Islands with approximately 1000 army personnel permanently deployed.
Falklands Defence Force HQ, Stanley[7]British Forces South Atlantic IslandsFalkland IslandsEast Falkland

Gibraltar

British Forces Gibraltar (BFG) maintains the garrison at Gibraltar.

Name Part of Country Region Opened Units
Devil's Tower CampBritish Forces GibraltarGibraltar1942Regimental headquarters for the Royal Gibraltar Regiment[8]
Four Corners Estate[9]British Forces GibraltarGibraltar
Tunnels of GibraltarBritish Forces GibraltarGibraltar178234 Miles of tunnels offer a unique training ground for British Forces Gibraltar. Whilst expansion of the network ceased in 1968 and some areas have been turned over to the Civil Administration of Gibraltar, most of the network remains in MOD ownership.

Sovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and Dhekelia

The two British enclaves in the Republic of Cyprus act as platforms for the projection of British military assets in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East.[10] The enclaves serve as centres for regional communications monitoring from the eastern Mediterranean through the Middle East to Iran.[11][12] Facilities within the retained areas also support British military activities on retained sites in the Republic of Cyprus and provide unique training opportunities.[13]

Western Sovereign Base Area
Name Part of Country Region Opened Units
Episkopi CantonmentBritish Forces CyprusSovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and DhekeliaWestern Sovereign Base AreaSovereign Base Areas established in 1960Home to HQ British Forces Cyprus[14]
Paramali North and South QuartersBritish Forces CyprusSovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and DhekeliaWestern Sovereign Base AreaSovereign Base Areas established in 1960
Eastern Sovereign Base Area
Name Part of Country Region Opened Units
Alexander BarracksBritish Forces CyprusSovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and DhekeliaEastern Sovereign Base AreaSovereign Base Areas established in 1960
Ayios Nikolaos StationBritish Forces CyprusSovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and DhekeliaEastern Sovereign Base AreaSovereign Base Areas established in 1960The Joint Service Signal Unit (JSSU), a static communications organisation maintaining secure links from Cyprus to the rest of the world.[15] The station is a significant centre for GCHQ's collection of signals data and intelligence from the Eastern Mediterranean region and Middle East.[16][17]
Dhekelia AirfieldBritish Forces CyprusSovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and DhekeliaEastern Sovereign Base Area

A small airfield whose primary role is as a British Army Helicopter Base.[18]

Dhekelia CantonmentBritish Forces CyprusSovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and DhekeliaEastern Sovereign Base AreaSovereign Base Areas established in 1960

Headquarters of the Eastern Sovereign Base Area, a resident infantry battalion, an engineer squadron, and various logistic units, as well as UK-based civilians and dependents.[19]

Nightingale BarracksBritish Forces CyprusSovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and DhekeliaEastern Sovereign Base Area

Brunei

Around 2000 Army personnel, largely from the 1st Battalion Royal Gurkha Rifles, are stationed in Brunei (Britain's largest remaining east of Suez deployment).[20] Medicine Lines, Tuker Lines and Scout Base are close to the town of Seria whilst Sittang Camp's more isolated placement in Tutong District reflects its role as a Jungle Training Centre.[21]

Name Part of Country County Opened Description
Sittang Camp (jungle training facility)British Forces BruneiBruneiTutong District1959British Army Jungle Warfare Training School
Medicina LinesBritish Forces BruneiBruneiBelait District1959
Tuker LinesBritish Forces BruneiBruneiBelait District1959Hosts the Garrison HQ
Scout Base (7 Flt AAC Helicopter Base)British Forces BruneiBruneiBelait District1959Brunei support troops

Canada

Following the withdrawal of the RAF from CFB Goose Bay, the sole British deployment in Canada is the Army Training Unit at Suffield.

Name Part of Country County Opened Units
CFB SuffieldBritish Army Training Unit SuffieldCanadaAlbertaIn use by the British Army Since 1971.A large army training ground[22]

Cyprus

In addition to the Sovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and Dhekelia, the 1960 Treaty of Establishment between the United Kingdom and the Republic of Cyprus granted the UK the right to permanently make use of 40 further sites on the island for military purposes.[23][24]

Name Part of Country County Opened Units
Berengaria Village Married QuartersBritish Forces CyprusCyprusLimassolThe Harakis Borehole and the Berengaria village pipeline are also retained to supply water.[23]
Troodos Leave CampBritish Forces CyprusCyprusTroodosAccommodation is used by BFC, visiting troops and youth services in support of adventurous training. Site also contains married quarters, NAAFI and Works Unit.[23] Contiguous with RAF Troodos.
British East Mediterranean Relay StationBritish Forces CyprusCyprusZygiUsed by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to broadcast BBC World Service programming to Israel and the Arabic Speaking World.[25]
Kissousa Headwaters, Reservoir and Pumping StationBritish Forces CyprusCyprusLimassolA secure water supply for the Akrotiri Sovereign Base Area[26][27]

Three retained army facilities are not currently in use by British Forces Cyprus as a result of the Cyprus Conflict.[23]

Name Part of Country County Opened Units
Famagusta Joint Services Port UtilityBritish Forces CyprusCyprusFamagustaLies in Northern Cyprus and therefore not currently in use.
Famagusta Family Shop and NAAFI HQBritish Forces CyprusCyprusFamagustaLies in Northern Cyprus and therefore not currently in use.
Famagusta NAAFI Transport YardBritish Forces CyprusCyprusFamagustaLies in Northern Cyprus and therefore not currently in use.

Britain also makes a permanent contribution to the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus.

Name Part of Country County Opened Units
Blue Beret CampUnited Nations Peacekeeping Force in CyprusCyprusNicosia1964Groups of British soldiers are deployed as part of the nine-member United Nations Force which patrols the UNPA to prevent a resurgence of violence between Greek and Turkish Cypriot communities. They are operationally distinct from British Forces Cyprus[28]

Germany

In 2010 approximately 25,000 British soldiers were permanently based in western Germany, a legacy of World War II and the Cold War. Facilities in Germany are no longer strategically useful, therefore British Forces began withdrawing from Germany in 2010; in 2015 21,500 troops remained in the country.[29] The deployment will have been phased out by 2020, although concentrations of installations and troops in the Paderborn / Bielefeld / Gütersloh area and at Mansergh Barracks will remain until late in the decade.[30]

Paderborn
Name Garrison Country County Expected Closure Units
Normandy BarracksWestfalenGermanyNorth Rhine-WestphaliaN/A20th Armoured Infantry Brigade, 1 MWD and 110 Provost Company RMP[31][32]
Dempsey BarracksWestfalenGermanyNorth Rhine-WestphaliaN/A1 Armoured Medical Regiment[33]
Barker BarracksWestfalenGermanyNorth Rhine-WestphaliaN/A3 Armoured Close Support Battalion[34]
Athlone BarracksWestfalenGermanyNorth Rhine-WestphaliaN/AThe Queen's Royal Hussars[35]
Alanbrooke BarracksWestfalenGermanyNorth Rhine-WestphaliaN/A5th Battalion The Rifles[36]
Bielefeld and Gütersloh
Name Garrison Country County Expected Closure Units
Antwerp BarracksWestfalenGermanyNorth Rhine-WestphaliaN/A[37] 20th Armoured Brigade.[38]
Mansergh BarracksWestfalenGermanyNorth Rhine-WestphaliaN/A26th Regiment Royal Artillery.[39]
Normandy BarracksWestfalenGermanyNorth Rhine-WestphaliaN/APersonnel Recovery Centre.[40]
Bielefeld StationRhineGermanyNorth Rhine-WestphaliaNot expected to be vacated before 2019.[41]HQ British Forces Germany.[37]

Nepal

The British Army presence in Nepal is related to the Brigade of Gurkhas. British Gurkhas Nepal manages the recruitment of soldiers, the care of families and ensures the rights of veterans.[42]

Name Garrison Country County Opened Notes
HQ Jawalakhel, PatanBritish Gurkhas NepalNepalKathmanduThe Headquarters British Gurkhas Nepal and the Kathmandu station, which is the focal point for organisation of transit to and from Nepal, the welfare of serving soldiers and payment of pensions.[43]
Pokhara CampBritish Gurkhas NepalNepalThe British Gurkha Camp in Pokhara is the main recruitment centre, where the annual selection course is run. Pokhara is also the location of the main pension records and houses the headquarters of the Gurkha Welfare Trust.[44]
Dharan StationBritish Gurkhas NepalNepalA small station intended to assist BGN operations in eastern Nepal. It is used primarily as a movement base and regional recruiting centre.[45]

Sierra Leone

Name Garrison Country County Opened Notes & Units
IMATT HQ, Leicester PeakIMATT (International Military Advisory and Training Team)Sierra LeoneFreetown1999Facility for training the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces[46]

Iraq

Name Part of Country County Opened Units
Al Asad AirbaseIraqAl Anbar Governate[47]

Kenya

The British Army presence in Kenya is based around the British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK).[48]

Name Part of Country County Opened Units
The Nanyuki Show Ground (NSG) and Training AreaBritish Army Training Unit KenyaKenyaLaikipia CountyBATUK HQ and main training area.
Kahawa Barracks, NairobiBritish Army Training Unit KenyaKenyaNairobiBATUK Rear area base and Depot.
International Mine Action Training CentreThe British Peace Support Team East AfricaKenyaNairobi County2005The IMATC is a joint British and Kenyan venture aimed at alleviating the suffering caused by landmines and explosive remnants of war, by providing high quality Mine Action Training
Peace Training Support CentreThe British Peace Support Team East AfricaKenyaNairobi County2005

United Kingdom

Name Garrison Region County Opened Notes & Units
Alanbrooke Barracks / RAF TopcliffeEnglandNorth Yorkshire19724th Regiment Royal Artillery[49]
Albemarle BarracksEnglandNorthumberland197039th Regiment Royal Artillery[50]
Alexander BarracksEnglandSurrey1875Army Training Centre, Pirbright[51]
Aliwal BarracksTidworth CampEnglandWiltshire2nd Royal Tank Regiment[52]
King's Royal Hussars[52]
Allenby BarracksEnglandDorset1899Armour Centre[53]
Alma LinesCatterickEnglandNorth YorkshireThe Royal Dragoon Guards[54]
Arnhem BarracksAldershotEnglandHampshire1965[55]
Assaye BarracksTidworthEnglandWiltshire1st Regiment Royal Horse Artillery[52]
Baker BarracksEnglandWest Sussex198412th Regiment Royal Artillery[56]
47th Regiment Royal Artillery[57]
Beachley BarracksEnglandGloucestershire19151st Battalion, The Rifles[58]
Beach-head LinesCatterickEnglandNorth Yorkshire[54]
Battlesbury BarracksEnglandWiltshire1st Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment[59]
Beacon BarracksEnglandStaffordshire200622 Signal Regiment[60]
Berechurch Hall CampColchesterEnglandEssexMilitary Corrective Training Centre[61]
Bhurtpore BarracksTidworthEnglandWiltshire19th Regiment Royal Artillery[52]
Bourlon BarracksCatterickEnglandNorth Yorkshire1st Battalion, The Scots Guards[54]
The Highlanders, 4th Battalion, Royal Regiment of Scotland[62]
Blandford CampEnglandDorset172411 (Royal School of Signals) Signal Regiment[63]
15 Signal Regiment[64]
Brock BarracksEnglandBerkshire1881
Brompton BarracksEnglandKent1812Royal School of Military Engineering (Chatham)[65]
Browning BarracksAldershotEnglandHampshire1964[55]
Bruneval BarracksAldershotEnglandHampshire1965[55]
Buller BarracksAldershotEnglandHampshire1970[55]
Cambrai LinesCatterickEnglandNorth YorkshireThe Queen's Royal Lancers[54]
Cameron BarracksScotlandInverness-shire1884
Campion LinesBulford CampEnglandWiltshireHQ Special Investigation Branch[66]
Carver BarracksEnglandEssex197433 Engineer Regiment (EOD)[67]
101 (City of London) Engineer Regiment (Explosive Ordnance Disposal)[68]
Cavalry Barracks, HounslowEnglandLondon17931st Battalion, Welsh Guards[69]
Cawdor BarracksWalesPembrokeshire194414 Signal Regiment (Electronic Warfare)[70]
Chetwynd BarracksEnglandNottinghamshire191949 (East) Brigade[71]
Claro BarracksEnglandNorth Yorkshire21 Engineer Regiment[72]
Clayton Barracks
(Thornhill Barracks)
AldershotEnglandHampshire1928[55]
Clive BarracksEnglandShropshire19761st Battalion, The Royal Irish Regiment[73]
Combermere BarracksEnglandBerkshire1804Household Cavalry Regiment[74]
Copthorne BarracksEnglandShropshire1881143 (West Midlands) Brigade[75]
Dale BarracksEnglandCheshire19391st Battalion, Duke of Lancaster's Regiment[76]
Dalton BarracksEnglandOxfordshire19923 Logistic Support Regiment[77]
4 Logistic Support Regiment[77]
12 Logistic Support Regiment[77]
Deepcut BarracksEnglandSurrey190325 Training Support Regiment[78]
Defence College of Logistics[79]
Delhi BarracksTidworthEnglandWiltshireHQ 1st Mechanized Brigade[52]
215 Signal Squadron[52]
4 (Close Support) Battalion REME[52]
6 (Close Support) Battalion REME[52]
Denison BarracksEnglandBerkshire194942 Engineer Regiment (Geographic)[80]
Dering LinesWalesPowys1939Infantry Battle School[81]
Dreghorn BarracksScotlandEdinburgh1939Royal Scots Borderers[82]
Duchess of Kent BarracksAldershotEnglandHampshire1969[55]
Elizabeth BarracksEnglandSurrey1875Army Training Centre, Pirbright[83]
Fenham BarracksEnglandTyne & Wear1806'D' Squadron (The Northumberland Hussars)[84]
201 (Northern) Field Hospital[85]
Fort GeorgeScotlandInverness-shire1757
Forthside BarracksScotlandStirlingshire1899
Fulwood BarracksEnglandLancashire184842 (North West) Brigade[86]
Gamecock BarracksEnglandWarwickshire195930 Signal Regiment[87]
Gaza BarracksCatterickEnglandNorth Yorkshire3 Medical Regiment[54]
Gibraltar Barracks, SurreyEnglandSurreyRoyal School of Military Engineering (Minley)[65]
Gibraltar Barracks, SuffolkEnglandSuffolkRegimental HQ Royal Anglian Regiment[88]
Glencorse BarracksScotlandMidlothian1803Royal Highland Fusiliers[89]
Goojerat BarracksColchesterEnglandEssex156 Provost Company[90]
Gordon BarracksScotlandAberdeenshire1935
Hammersley BarracksAldershotEnglandHampshire1964Royal Army Physical Training Corps (RAPTC)[91]
Howe BarracksEnglandKent
Hyde Park BarracksEnglandLondon1795Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment[92]
Imjin BarracksEnglandGloucestershire2010Allied Rapid Reaction Corps[93]
Imphal BarracksEnglandNorth Yorkshire188015th Infantry Brigade[94]
Invicta Park BarracksEnglandKent193636 Engineer Regiment[95]
Jellalabad BarracksTidworthEnglandWiltshireHQ 43 (Wessex) Brigade[52]
Kendrew BarracksEnglandRutland20122nd Battalion, Royal Anglian Regiment[96]
7 Regiment[96]
Kinloss BarracksScotlandMoray201239 Engineer Regiment[97]
Kiwi BarracksBulfordEnglandWiltshire4th Battalion, The Rifles[66]
Lucknow BarracksTidworthEnglandWiltshire2nd Battalion, The Royal Welsh (Royal Regiment of Wales)[52]
Maindy BarracksWalesCardiff18773rd Battalion, The Royal Welsh (Royal Regiment of Wales)[98]
Marne BarracksCatterickEnglandNorth Yorkshire19941st Battalion, The Mercian Regiment[99]
5th Regiment Royal Artillery[54]
McGrigor BarracksAldershotEnglandHampshire[55]
Megiddo LinesCatterickEnglandNorth Yorkshire1 (Close Support) Battalion REME[54]
Merville BarracksColchesterEnglandEssex2nd Battalion, Parachute Regiment[100]
3rd Battalion, Parachute Regiment[100]
Mooltan BarracksTidworthEnglandWiltshire1st Battalion, Royal Regiment of Fusiliers[52]
Normandy BarracksAldershotEnglandHampshire1965[55]
Palace Barracks, HolywoodNorthern IrelandDown1886Royal Irish Regiment[101]
Piave LinesCatterickEnglandNorth Yorkshire[54]
Picton BarracksBulfordEnglandWiltshireHQ 3rd Division[66]
Prince Philip BarracksEnglandHampshireSchool of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers[102]
Prince William of Gloucester BarracksEnglandLincolnshire19765 Training Regiment[103]
Quebec BarracksAldershotEnglandHampshire[55]
Queen Elizabeth BarracksEnglandNorth Yorkshire
Redford BarracksScotlandEdinburgh19153rd Battalion, The Rifles[104]
Regent's Park BarracksEnglandLondon189620 Transport Squadron[105]
Rhine BarracksAldershotEnglandHampshire1965[55]
Roberts BarracksEnglandWiltshire32nd Regiment Royal Artillery[106]
Robertson BarracksEnglandNorfolk19951st The Queen's Dragoon Guards[107]
Rock BarracksEnglandSuffolk200623 Engineer Regiment (Air Assault)[108]
Royal Artillery BarracksEnglandLondon18022nd Battalion, Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment[109]
Sam Domingo Barracks
Formerly Louisburg Barracks
AldershotEnglandHampshireCentral Volunteer Headquarters REME[55]
Shorncliffe Army CampEnglandKent2 (South East) Brigade[110]
Sir John Moore BarracksEnglandHampshire1986ATR Winchester[111]
Somme BarracksEnglandSouth Yorkshire1907Sheffield University Officer Training Corps[112]

Burma Company, 4th Battalion, Yorkshire Regiment[113]

St George's BarracksEnglandRutland200616th Regiment Royal Artillery[114]
Stirling BarracksEnglandWiltshire14th Regiment Royal Artillery[115]
Swinton BarracksTidworth
(Perham Down)
EnglandWiltshire22 Engineer Regiment[52]
26 Engineer Regiment[52]
The Barracks, BreconWalesPowys1805160th (Wales) Brigade[116]
Thiepval BarracksNorthern IrelandAntrim195438th (Irish) Infantry Brigade[117]
Travers BarracksAldershotEnglandHampshire27 Theatre Logistic Regiment[118]
Unijack BarracksEnglandNorth Yorkshire1947Army Foundation College, Harrogate[119]
Vauxhall BarracksEnglandOxfordshire11 Explosive Ordnance Disposal and Search Regiment RLC[120]
Victoria BarracksEnglandBerkshire18531st Battalion, Coldstream Guards[121]
Walcheren BarracksScotlandGlasgow1967
Ward BarracksBulfordEnglandWiltshire[66]
Weeton BarracksEnglandLancashire2nd Battalion the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment[122]
Wellington BarracksEnglandLondon1833
Whittington BarracksEnglandStaffordshire1877Defence Medical Services[123]
Wyvern BarracksEnglandDevon1800

See also

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