Adur District Council has granted planning permission for Hyde Group’s development of 255 affordable homes at Kingston Wharf, Shoreham-by-Sea, subject to completion of planning agreement.
The Kingston Wharf development, on a former industrial site on the banks of the River Adur between Southwick and Shoreham, is part of the Joint Area Action Plan for the regeneration of Shoreham Harbour.
Designed by Conran and Partners, the one-, two- and three-bedroom homes will be built in blocks of between four and eight storeys, and there will be a new riverside walk, new flood defences, and extensive landscaping.
The development also has a provision for a planned cycleway along the A259 Brighton Road.
The Kingston Wharf development will have 207 car parking spaces, with just over a quarter of these sporting electric charging points. In addition, the development will accommodate 155 secure cycle spaces.
Hyde’s commercial partner, Easistore, will be creating a new Enterprise Centre, which will include flexible office space, self-storage space, a café, and a gym.