The West Durrington Consortium is to consult on outline plans for around 300 new homes on the West Durrington Northern Sector site.
The site, which is south of the A27 and west of Adur Avenue, has been identified for future review in the Core Strategy and was noted at the 2011 public exhibition as an anticipated development extension of the present development phase now under construction.
A public exhibition will take place in St Symphonian’s Church, Durrington Hill, Worthing on Wednesday October 7, between 2pm and 7.30pm.
The local community will be able to view and comment on the outline proposals which look to establish the principle of development on the site and its access, at this stage.
Representatives from the development team will be present on the day to explain the proposals and answer any questions.
A spokesperson for the West Durrington Consortium said: “We look forward to meeting with the local community and consulting on our outline plans for the development of this site which follows on from the current phase now in progress providing new homes, school land, community building, open space, play areas and allotments.”
The West Durrington Consortium is operating a freephone information line service, on 0800 112 3540, to respond to community enquiries and will be publishing a dedicated project website www.westdurringtonconsortium.co.uk with the new proposal after the exhibition on October 8. Those people unable to attend the exhibition, or who simply wish to review the information they have already seen, will be able to visit the website, view the proposals and leave online feedback for consideration.
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