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1. Why is Brookleigh being developed?

The land that makes up Brookleigh was allocated in the Mid Sussex District Plan (adopted March 2018) as a strategic mixed use allocation. It is part of the broader Burgess Hill Growth Programme. In October 2019, outline planning consent was granted (DM/18/5114). The planning application can be accessed on Mid Sussex Planning Register

4. How have you involved the local community?

In addition to the numerous public consultations undertaken by local councils to shape the development plans for Burgess Hill and wider Mid Sussex Borough, each housing scheme will see a public consultation to allow the public to influence the plans and provide feedback. Mid Sussex District Council also undertakes a statutory consultation once each planning application is submitted, providing a further opportunity to provide feedback.

6. Who is leading the regeneration of Burgess Hill

NewRiver are leading on the regeneration of the town centre. There are also a number of other developers working on further regeneration projects around the town, these include Homes England, Glenbeigh, Persimmon and Croudace. Mid Sussex District Council as the local planning authority has the central role to play in each of the regeneration projects in Burgess Hill.

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