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Kings Way – Persimmon

The Kings Way site is being developed by Persimmon Homes who are one of the UK’s largest housebuilders with over 28 regions offices nationwide. The site has already received outline planning permission for 480 new homes, of which 30% would be affordable (144 homes).

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Alongside a new access from Kings Way, the site will include a new neighbourhood centre and up to 18 hectares of high quality and accessible open space including a new park, landscape buffer and pedestrian and cycle green routes.

A detailed application for the first phase containing 78 homes was approved in February 2015 and the properties have now been completed. In February 2017, 95 homes in phase 2 were approved and work is currently well underway on the delivery of these homes. Further phases to reach 480 new homes in total will still require reserved matters applications to be submitted to Mid Sussex District Council.

You can find further information about Persimmon Homes, and their other projects by clicking here.

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Details in slides correct as of 27 March 2020

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