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A New Community Sports Hub

The future of sport in Burgess Hill is bright, with the regeneration set to see a network of complementary leisure facilities in the north west of the town to help promote an active lifestyle and benefit all age groups.

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In 2017, The Triangle Leisure Centre saw the first stage of this investment. This included a £2.2m refit to provide a new gym, climbing wall, additional sports studio and café to bolster its existing facilities. This comes alongside a refurbishment to the Leisure Pool in Summer 2018. The plans have supported the St Paul’s Catholic College sports facilities which are available for local sports teams to hire.

The Northern Arc development will also deliver a new Centre for Community Sport on the main gateway into town, north of the A2300 which will help complement these sites by providing additional football, rugby and athletics facilities to meet identified needs from the local community and the two recognised sports teams, Burgess Hill Town Football Club and Burgess Hill Rugby Club.

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Schools & Other Community Facilities

Community and infrastructure

The proposals will see a considerable investment in new community facilities across the town. The Northern Arc will provide two new primary schools as well as a secondary school. The developments will also provide several new community hubs with local shops and services as well as a dedicated Centre for Community Sport.

Green Circle & Community Open Space

Community and infrastructure

The proposals will provide greater access to the countryside as well as a new network of scenic walkways and cycle routes. The Northern Arc and other developments will also provide substantial community open space, children’s play areas, allotments and sports facilities to promote a healthy lifestyle for local residents.

Creating A Destination

Community and infrastructure

The £65m regeneration of the town centre will bring 465,000 sq ft of new shopping and restaurant facilities as well as a 10-screen multiplex Cineworld cinema, 142 new homes, a 63 bed Travelodge hotel, 174 additional car parking spaces, improved public realm and a new purpose-built library.