Keymer Tiles – Croudace
The Keymer Tiles site, known as Kings Weald, is being developed by Croudace Homes who operate primarily across the south east of England with local sites in Henfield and nearby in Surrey.
The masterplan for the 19-hectare site, which is the former clay quarry and factory works of Keymer Tiles, will include 475 new homes, 30% of them being affordable housing (142 homes). Alongside new vehicle access onto Kings Way, Wyvern Way and Curf Way, the site will also deliver community leisure, health and retail facilities as well as a new park for local residents.
All necessary planning permissions for the site have been granted and the development is being brought forward in three phases. Phase one for the construction of 125 new homes was approved in January 2016 and is now complete. Phase two, which included permission for 170 new homes and all community benefits was granted permission in August 2016 and is well under construction with the third phase for 180 homes having already secured planning permission.
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Details in slides correct as of 27 March 2020
Fairbridge Way – Glenbeigh
The Fairbridge Way site will provide up to 325 homes (30% affordable) as part of the overall plans for the Northern Arc. It will include a wide range of house types and tenures to cater for housing demand in the local area, as well as providing connections to the wider development.View
Kings Way – Persimmon
The Kings Way site will deliver 480 new homes, (30% affordable). Alongside a new access from Kings Way, the site will include a new neighbourhood centre and up to 18 hectares of high quality and accessible open space including a new park, landscape buffer and pedestrian and cycle green routes.View
The Northern Arc has been identified by Burgess Hill Town Council and Mid Sussex District Council as a strategic site suitable for up to 3,500 new homes (30% affordable) and employment space as well as delivering all supporting social and transport infrastructure.View