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Northern Arc Notification of Works - Isaacs Lane and Land East of Isaacs Lane
Brookleigh News
On behalf of Homes England, John Sisk & Son Ltd will be carrying out ground investigation work on Isaacs Lane and on land east of Isaacs Lane (see survey area below) to establish ground conditions from the week beginning 18th May through to the end of June. These works will be undertaken in strict adherence to Government and industry guidance, ...
Northern Arc Update May 2020
Brookleigh News
Thank you to those who were able to join our virtual drop-in session earlier this week. We hope the information provided and questions we were able to answer through the presentation were helpful.  We had over 100 people join the event and received over 90 questions from members of the public. You can watch the recording of the session here. D...
9 April 2020: Northern Arc site activity update
Brookleigh News
Homes England is adhering to Government guidance on Coronavirus (COVID-19) and is supporting Government at this difficult time. Homes England is open for business and continuing to invest in its development pipeline, which will help to give the housing sector some certainty as it rebuilds its capacity.  At the Northern Arc, all non-essential s...
Homes England
Housing News
Construction at the Northern Arc to begin this Spring Construction at Freeks Farm expected to begin this spring£7.7 million committed by Homes England as construction expected to begin this spring/summer to deliver a bridge and link road connecting Freeks Farm and Isaacs LanePlanning application submitted for new link road connecting the Northern A...
Freeks Lane and Freeks Farm – Notification of Works
Brookleigh News
Countryside Properties and Homes England will be commencing pre-development works along Freeks Lane and at Freeks Farm during the week commencing 17th February 2020.   The red line indicates the location of the pre-development works. This will comprise tree management and removal, contamination remediation, landscape mitigation planting a...
Northern Arc Update – January 2020
Brookleigh News
Homes England has released the first in a series of quarterly newsletters to provide an update on the progress of delivery of the Northern Arc. Development at the Northern Arc is part of the ambitious Burgess Hill Strategic Growth Programme which will transform the local economy by creating thousands of new jobs and homes. The Northern Arc has been...
Infrastructure upgrades planned for Burgess Hill
Community and infrastructure News
Mid Sussex District Council is looking at ways to improve sustainable transport infrastructure, reduce congestion and increase connectivity across Burgess Hill. Burgess Hill will grow significantly over the next 15 years into a modern, thriving town where local people want to live and work. Substantial investment is planned from both the private an...
Progress at the Northern Arc will ensure new homes and infrastructure benefit local community
Brookleigh News
The construction of 3,000 new homes – 30 percent of which will be affordable – at Burgess Hill in Mid Sussex is a step closer after the Government's housing agency submitted additional planning documents and began the search for a contractor.  Homes England, which owns the 200-hectare site known as the Northern Arc, has amended plans after lis...
Early works underway for ‘superb new development’ in Burgess Hill
Housing News
Major works have started to bring 325 new homes to Burgess Hill. Glenbeigh Developments Ltd is working to ready a brownfield site for the new homes at the former sewage works site in Fairbridge Way, the district council said. Councillor Andrew MacNaughton, cabinet member for Housing and Planning at Mid Sussex District Council, said: "It is especial...
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