Posted on: March 5th, 2020 by Michael Durran No Comments

Station Square Worthing Mixed Use Development gets the green light from the Planning Committee


Following extensive negotiation, the Planning Application for the Station Square  ‘Gateway’ mixed use development on the former Teville Gate Worthing site received consent at the Worthing Borough Council Planning Committee on 4 March 2020.

The proposal comprises 378 Mixed Tenure Apartments, 83 Bedroom Hotel, Discount Food Store, Gymnasium and Café/Mixed Retail Village set around a central landscaped public ‘square’ linking the Town Centre to Worthing Station. The apartments are formed in 3 blocks ranging in height above ground from 4 floors, along the Teville Road frontage, rising to 22 floors at the North East corner; all with access to and use of, extensive residential gardens at podium and terrace levels.





The lower commercial elements and car park will be of reinforced concrete construction up to podium levels with the residential units and hotel of volumetric modular off-site construction saving time on site, wastage of material and maximising recycling opportunities.

Utilising these off-site construction methods, high sustainability credentials will be achieved by elevated thermal performance, low energy appliances and photovoltaic panels set on ‘green’ roofs.

A start on site is anticipated between the third and fourth quarters of 2020.



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