Adur and Worthing present a compelling case for prospective property investors. Both communities offer highly attractive levels of connectivity to London and Brighton; educated, youthful populations and a range of coastal property development sites ranging from regionally significant opportunities through to spaces suitable for the smaller property development or regeneration firm.
Lauded as one of the most desirable places in the country (The Times / Savills property research, 2015), Worthing blends culture and design with a deep respect for heritage, attracting significant numbers of young professionals wanting to find space to found businesses and raise families away from the overheated economies of neighbouring cities.
Just across the river, Shoreham is the administrative heart of the Adur District and is surrounded by the four villages of Lancing, Fishersgate, Sompting and Southwick. Following the evolution of the maritime and port industries over the last century, the area is now attracting SME entrepreneurs seeking space to grow their businesses in a place which ‘means business’. From pop-up coffee houses to feted FMCG producers, a sword manufacturer to a water sports academy, the Adur District exemplifies creativity and desirability.
House price affordability, support for businesses of all sizes (including brand new business incubators) and consistently clean, safe spaces typify the area’s attractiveness as a place for investment, commerce and creating spaces for living in. The market has been responding positively to the 2016 Worthing Investment Prospectus, and it is expected that a number of significant regenerative planning applications will be lodged throughout this year for many of the schemes throughout Adur and Worthing.
First-mover advantage is still available for developers – contact the investment team today to discuss how Adur and Worthing can host your next development.