The full planning application for Worthing’s most exciting development opportunity – Station Square – has now been submitted to Worthing Borough Council, marking the next phase in the site’s exciting journey.
Station Square has been designed for modern, vibrant living in a town that’s a true rising star on the South Coast.
The Planning Consultation documents are available on Worthing Borough Council’s website, where comments on the plans can be shared as part of the full consultation process.
Aized Sheikh, CEO of site owners Mosaic, said:
“We have invested significant time, energy and capital in getting our plans absolutely right and I am very pleased to put our application into the hands of the council.
“Our commitment to Worthing and the vision of high quality modern affordable living has never waivered. This is a development which will stand the test of time and positively contribute to the town’s growth and prosperity.”
Worthing is a rising star. Beautiful seas to the south, the Downs to the north. Brighton and Chichester just a short commute away. London in under 100 minutes. An attractive mixture of boutique stores, with international employers on the doorstep and a growing events and cultural program filling evenings and weekends.
Is it any wonder that this South Coast star is starting to attract serious attention?
Although a relatively well kept secret, there is still intense pressure on the Worthing property market especially as families move away from neighbouring cities to benefit from the affordable property market and increase their quality of life. Space to live is at a premium – which is why the vision for Station Square is so important.
Replacing Teville Gate, Station Square will write a new chapter in Worthing’s story. The current site was constructed in the 1960s, with the shops open in the early 1970s. Over the years, the fortunes of Teville Gate changed: by 2010, the shops had closed and use of the car park gradually declined.
The site was purchased in 2015 by Mosaique Global Investments Ltd, a visionary team who could see past the previous uninspiring, stalled, projects and the potential for new homes, new businesses and new leisure opportunities on the most connected site in the town centre. Over two years, the team tirelessly worked to overcome obstacles, designing a place for living, where viability of the proposals and excitingly high standards go hand in hand.
Station Square will be a place for living, for business and for leisure. A development where the highest standards of contemporary architecture are equalled in the quality of the interior design, fit and finish of each apartment. An opportunity for first time buyers, renters and young families to find homes for sale in Worthing, to set their roots in the town and start living the lives they want.
It is our ambition that Station Square will become Worthing’s most desirable residential address on completion – a challenge that few other development companies could meet.
“The interest from local and national brands in the new neighbourhood has been significant,” said Aized Sheikh, CEO of site owners Mosaic. “A range of household names are in the process or have indeed agreed terms for the commercial and leisure spaces. This proves that our initial conviction about the potential of the site, and the attractiveness of Worthing, was absolutely correct.
The Planning Application was submitted to Worthing Borough Council at the end of February 2019 and can be viewed through their website – just follow this link.
Do take a few moments to review the details for yourself – all of the important information is on the Council’s website (where you can also leave a comment on the application).
Thank you for spending time finding out about the vision for Station Square – which we are confident will become Worthing’s most desirable residential address on completion in 2020.
If you have any general comments or questions, please get in contact using this form.
Please note – the public consultation will open Thursday 9 November, at which point you will be able to view the plans and make specific comments on them.