The Site

A major landmark development site at the gateway to the town, located close to main road routes and just 250 metres from the railway station. The site offers potential to create a new mixed-use neighbourhood comprising residential, retail, leisure and other commercial uses, and a new public space creating new pedestrian linkages between the town centre and railway station. A phased development supported by land assembly would maximise the potential of the location.

Development Summary

  • Over 300 residential units
  • Potential leisure space
  • Food store
  • Multii-storey car park

About the Area

  • Situated within Worthing’s Central ward – the largest in Adur and Worthing
  • Population of 9,890 – the second highest density in Worthing
  • Three minute walk from Worthing town centre
  • One minute walk from Morrison’s supermarket
  • One minute walk from Worthing train station
  • Ten minute walk from Worthing hospital

Current status

  • Negotiations are currently underway with landowners to bring forward a planning application in 2017. A variety of options are being explored for the site, this includes how a comprehensive development can come forward as the whole site is in dual ownership.
  • A new website has been launched (October 2017) to support public consultation into the future of the site – see Station Square website.
  • Local Growth Fund allocation has been secured from Coast to Capital to assist in developing this site.


  • Situated within Worthing’s Central ward the site is a three minute walk from Worthing town centre, one minute walk from Morrison’s supermarket, one minute walk from Worthing train station and a ten minute walk from Worthing hospital. There is direct access on the A24 to ensure ease of travel out of the town.

Teville Gate

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