Plans revealed for £65 million regeneration of distressed Burgess Hill (UK) downtown

Detailed plans for the revitalisation of Burgess Hill town centre (England) have been revealed in a formal planning application submitted to Mid Sussex District Council.

The £65 million investment proposal was presented by NewRiver Retail. A 7,700 sq. ft. library is featured, alng with new active frontage at street level along Civic Way.

Burgess Hill town centre is in urgent need of investment and this proposal will breathe new life into the town,” said Councillor Garry Wall, Leader of Mid Sussex District Council.

François Nairac, Development Director at NewRiver said: “The submission of our detailed planning application marks a highly important milestone towards the major transformation of Burgess Hill Town Centre. Our proposed £65 million investment across 465,000 sq ft of mixed-use space, working in partnership with Mid Sussex District Council, will be a significant catalyst for regeneration, providing a dynamic and attractive town centre. We believe that a vibrant and successful town centre is crucial for the future economic and social wellbeing of Burgess Hill and we are committed to delivering that through this substantial investment.

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