£20m improvement proposals for A2300 in Burgess Hill
Transport News
Proposals for more than £20million worth of highway improvements to ease congestion on the A2300 corridor in Burgess Hill are to go on display soon, West Sussex County Council has said  The proposals, which will be displayed in a series of public exhibitions later this month, include: Widening the existing A2300 from single to dual carriageway...
Regeneration of Burgess Hill takes a step forward
Business News
The regeneration of our town has taken a step forward, Mid Sussex District Council has said today. Work has started at The Hub, a 15-hectare site for industrial, warehouse and office developments. DPD, the UK's leading parcel delivery brand, has taken up 4,000 metres of land there, the council said. Councillor Jonathan Ash-Edwards, the district cou...
Homes England takes control of 3,000-home Burgess Hill scheme
Housing News
Homes England has taken control of the delivery of more than 3,000 homes north of Burgess Hill. The Government body, previously known as the Homes and Communities Agency, has acquired land at the strategic site known as the Northern Arc. The area is allocated in Mid Sussex District Council's local plan, but bringing the site forward has been made c...
£6.5m to support new homes in Burgess Hill ‘tremendous news’
Housing News
A £6.5million housing investment which has been secured from the Government will 'support the future growth of Burgess Hill'. These are the words of Garry Wall, leader of Mid Sussex District Council, who has hailed the investment as 'tremendous news'. The Government announced last Thursday that it was investing £866 million in local housing project...
Council leader reveals vision for future of Burgess Hill
Housing News
"This is about regenerating Burgess Hill and leaving a legacy for the future – we are ready to roll."  These are the words of Garry Wall, leader of Mid Sussex District Council, who has exclusively revealed to the Middy what changes are in store for our town over the next 20 years. An investment which is costing £1bn, these include new homes, j...
Hundreds get help to buy new homes
Housing News
More home-buyers in Horsham have taken advantage of the Government's help-to-buy scheme than anywhere else in Sussex. That's according to new figures which show that nearly 3,000 people in Sussex have used help-to-buy since it was introduced in 2013. In Horsham, a total of 868 people used the scheme to help buy new homes. Mid Sussex, which includes...
MP Soames welcomes £6.5m investment for homes in Burgess Hill
Housing News
MP Sir Nicholas Soames has welcomed the announcement today of a £6.5million investment which will support a major housing project in Burgess Hill.  The Government has announced a £866 million investment in local housing projects to help get up to 200,000 extra homes built nationally. The Northern Arc development, which will see 3,500 homes and...
Major redevelopment of Burgess Hill’s key public buildings planned
Business News
A major redevelopment of key public sector buildings in Burgess Hill including the town's fire and police stations is being proposed. Mid Sussex District Council (MSDC) is the lead authority for the project, which received £40,000 of Government funding from the One Public Estate (OPE) programme earlier this year to carry out feasibility studies. Th...
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