Welcome to the Station Square online consultation

Without doubt Teville Gate is a difficult site – it has been derelict for over a decade. 

Many promises have been made in the past to regenerate the site and, until now, they have not been delivered.

Underground, a network of sewers, utilities pipework and a stream have added to the difficulty of delivering a commercially viable mixed use scheme on the site.

For years, Teville Gate has been left derelict and sat unloved, until it was purchased by Mosaique in 2015. In the past two years, the Mosaique team has worked to create an exciting vision for the future of this key site which links the station and the town centre.

Station Square is a realistic vision which works for Worthing’s needs.

On this page, you will be introduced to all of the different elements which have made the Station Square vision what it is today. Every image and piece of text here is the same as presented at the public consultation events.

The first online consultation has now closed and feedback is being analysed by the team. Thank you to everyone who took part.

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Opportunities and Constraints​

The images in this gallery give you an idea of the layout of this difficult site, both above and below ground.

You will also be able to see a number of site images taken from different angles.

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Previous Scheme Designs (by other people)

The site has a complex planning history and has been subject to a number of planning applications seeking its redevelopment, most recently in 2010 under reference 10/0852/OUT.

That application sought outline planning permission for the redevelopment of the site to provide a mixed use development comprising a cinema, restaurants and cafes, food store, health and fitness centre, offices, together with two residential towers of up to 20 storeys containing 229 apartments.

Worthing’s Planning Committee resolved to grant planning permission for the scheme but the S106 legal agreement was never signed.

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A New Vision

The new vision for Station Square features:

• A new pedestrian route links the station and the town centre

• Three distinct building forms

• A ‘Feature’ building on the southern corner

• An enhanced pedestrian link across and under Broadwater Road to Morrisons

• Higher level private courtyard spaces for residents to look down upon the new public realm

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Welcome to Worthing

• Smaller than previous developments, the proposals do not dominate the skyline 

• The buildings on the site will be between 5 and 12 storeys high 

• A single tower, next to the road bridge, will be 20 storeys high

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Hello Station Square

Station Square’s high quality design will add to Worthing’s charm.

The Proposals incorporate materials and colours which respond to the area’s Art Deco heritage and seaside character, creating a strong sense of place.

Each of the three buildings has its own identity with different architectural treatments, whilst at the same time complementing each other.

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A Sustainable Lifestyle in Worthing

• Up to 375 apartments designed for modern living

• Beautifully landscaped and maintained public spaces

• Approximately 1,400sqm of restaurants and cafes
from local and national brands

• In response to Worthing Borough Council’s wishes, a cinema is now going to be built on Union Place. This has increased the space on our site for independent and branded restaurants that will be new to the town and complement the existing offer

• On-site state of the art supermarket

• On-site public gym will make a significant contribution to the health and well-being of Worthing’s residents

• Over 300 car parking spaces for residents, visitors and supermarket use will be included on site

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Living in Station Square

Station Square will be an attractive, vibrant and highly sustainable place, ideal for a creative lifestyle.

• There will always be something happening in Station Square – friends meeting for coffee, families enjoying the restaurants or individuals getting healthier in the public gym

• When open the scheme will create up to 200 jobs, contributing to Worthing’s prosperity

• Green spaces, terraced roof gardens and beautiful landscaping will create a welcoming environment

• Bus, taxi and rail links are just steps away at Worthing Station

• Brand new cycle parking together with improved walking and cycling links to the town centre will make Station Square one of the town’s greenest and most sustainable developments

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Station Square Apartments

Designed for modern sustainable living, Station Square’s apartments will be available as Studio, 1-bed and 2-bed units. 

• There will be up to  375 apartments in the Station Square community

• Approximately 40% for rent, fully furnished and move-in ready

• Approximately 60% will be for sale

• Prices will be in line with Worthing’s property market at the time of completion in 2020/2021

• Affordable housing will be included in Station Square. Discussions are ongoing with Worthing Borough Council about the exact number of units

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Proposed Materials

A range of materials have been chosen for Station Square which are sympathetic to the existing materials and colours found throughout Worthing.

Please click the image on the right to browse a selection of these materials and sketches.

A Destination for Worthing

This is a vision of an exciting, vibrant new community at the heart of Worthing.

Station Square will create an aspirational lifestyle for everyone. It will ease the town’s long standing housing shortage, creating jobs and new spaces to live, work and relax.

Local companies will be involved in the construction and fit out, contributing to the area’s skills and economy.

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Estimated Timeline​


Spring 2018 – Submission of Planning Application
Late Spring 2018 – Demolition of car park and surrounding buildings
Autumn 2018 – Planning Permission granted
2019 – Construction starts

The first online consultation has now closed – thank you to everyone who took part.  If you would like to be the first to know about future events, please sign up to our newsletter below!