Brownfield land

WBCBR15

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#WBCBR15

Deliverable
yes
Site address
Union Place, Worthing
Organisation
Worthing Borough Council (Organisation identifier is local-authority-eng:WOT)
Start date
2017-10-16
Notes
This site is an Area of Change in the current Core Strategy (AOC4). The whole site is now owned by the Council. The site could deliver a mixed use development comprising residential, commercial and leisure uses. This site is an Area of Change in the adopted Core Strategy and a proposed allocation in the Submision Draft Worthing Local Plan with a minimum delivery of 150 dwellings. It is also a 'Potential' SHLAA site.. SHLAA Ref: WB08042
Planning permission status
not permissioned
Name
WBCBR15
Site
WBCBR15
Maximum net dwellings
150
Ownership status
owned by a public authority
Hectares
0.6
Minimum net dwellings
150
Entity
499495
Entry date
2020-10-30

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History

entry-date resource line site-address deliverable planning-permission-history ownership-status maximum-net-dwellings planning-permission-status site site-plan-url point start-date name notes hectares organisation minimum-net-dwellings
2020-10-30 bd9cd114c512... 22 Union Place, Worthing yes https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/planning-policy/worthing-background-studies-and-info/housing/housing-capacity-shlaa/ owned by a public authority 150 not permissioned WBCBR15 https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/media/media,146495,en.pdf POINT(-0.368928 50.813684) 2017-10-16 WBCBR15 This site is an Area of Change in the current Core Strategy (AOC4). The whole site is now owned by the Council. The site could deliver a mixed use development comprising residential, commercial and leisure uses. This site is an Area of Change in the adopted Core Strategy and a proposed allocation in the Submision Draft Worthing Local Plan with a minimum delivery of 150 dwellings. It is also a 'Potential' SHLAA site.. SHLAA Ref: WB08042 0.6 local-authority-eng:WOT 150
2019-10-30 09e664c87845... 21 Sussex Police Authority, Union Place, Worthing yes https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/planning-policy/worthing-background-studies-and-info/housing/housing-capacity-shlaa/ owned by a public authority 128 not permissioned WBCBR15 https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/media/media,146495,en.pdf POINT(-0.368928 50.813684) 2017-10-16 WBCBR15 This privately owned site is an Area of Change in the current Core Strategy (AOC4). The site has increased to include the high street car park and the whole site is now owned by the Council. The site could deliver a mixed use development comprising residential, commercial and leisure uses. This site is an Area of Change in the adopted Core Strategy and a proposed allocation in the emerging Draft Worthing Local Plan. It is also a 'Potential' SHLAA site.. SHLAA Ref: WB08042 0.6 local-authority-eng:WOT 128
2018-10-30 b54fd417cd08... 21 Sussex Police Authority, Union Place yes https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/planning-policy/worthing-background-studies-and-info/housing/housing-capacity-shlaa/ owned by a public authority 128 not permissioned WBCBR15 https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/media/media,146495,en.pdf POINT(-0.368928 50.813684) 2017-10-16 WBCBR15 This privately owned site is an Area of Change in the current Core Strategy (AOC4). The site has increased to include the high street car park and the whole site is now owned by the Council. The site could deliver a mixed use development comprising residential, commercial and leisure uses. This site is an Area of Change in the adopted Core Strategy and a proposed allocation in the emerging Draft Worthing Local Plan. It is also a 'Potential' SHLAA site.. SHLAA Ref: WB08042 0.6 local-authority-eng:WOT 128
2017-10-16 5512f8393683... 32 Sussex Police Authority, Union Place yes https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/planning-policy/worthing-background-studies-and-info/housing/housing-capacity-shlaa/ not owned by a public authority 55 not permissioned WBCBR15 https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/media/media,146495,en.pdf POINT(-0.368928 50.813684) 2017-10-16 WBCBR15 This privately owned site is an Area of Change in the current Core Strategy (AOC4). Negotiations are ongoing with the owners about the extent of the site and the potential uses. In addition the Council has recently been successful in securing funding from the Governments Local Growth Fund with a view to help unlock brownfield sites like the one. The site could deliver a mixed use development comprising residential, commercial and leisure uses.(See WBCBR14). SHLAA Ref: WB08042 0.468 local-authority-eng:WOT 55

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