This site sits directly on the main coast road to Brighton (A259) and is within walking distance of Shoreham-By-Sea train station. Situated in a highly desirable location this scheme has the potential to create a step change in the area and with Shoreham town centre located within a mile this creates an exciting opportunity. The site goes across two locations; to the north the car park as been agreed for employment use whilst the main site to the south for a mixed use scheme.
- 25,000 – 30,000 sqft car park
- Ground floor commercial space
- Up to 150 dwellings
- The main site (south) was demolished in Spring 2017 and the contractors have handed back the site to the Council. The Council have commissioned architects to prepare development options.
- The car park site (north) is to be developed into modern offices. The Council has entered into a pre-contract services agreement through the SCAPE framework, which has enabled site investigations and the submission of a planning application (August 2017).
- Local Growth Fund allocation has been secured from Coast to Capital to assist in developing this site.
- Situated in St. Mary’s Ward this site is a two minute walk from Shoreham train station and a five minute walk from Shoreham high street. The site is situated on the main coast road (A259) providing efficient access to Worthing (to the west) and Brighton & Hove (to the east).
Adur Civic Centre
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