Have Your Say on major Lancing development
Released: Friday, 25 May 2018
Revised plans for a major new development in Lancing have been revealed - with members of the public invited to have their say.
Adur District Council has received an updated proposal from New Monks Farm Development, which is a subsidiary of Brighton & Hove Albion FC, for the New Monks Farm site.
In addition to 600 homes and IKEA superstore, the application also includes the planned creation of a new roundabout on the A27, a country park, school and community hub. It would also see the relocation and expansion of the Withy Patch Gypsy and Traveller site.
Revised plans for a separate application for the creation of 2,500m² of commercial space in Shoreham Airport have also been resubmitted (see below).
More than 1,500 letters have been sent to local residents and business informing them of the revised applications.
Members of the public now have until 25th June 2018 to have their say on both.
The initial plans for New Monks Farm were submitted last summer. Since then the applicant made changes to the application February. After listening to feedback, further alterations have now been put forward.
- revised IKEA drawings, which includes a green roof;
- changes to the north elevation of the IKEA building;
- improvements to the River Adur footpath;
- revised residential drawings
The application for the site, located to the east of Mash Barn estate and to the north of Brighton & Hove Albion's training ground and next to Shoreham Airport, is 1,200 pages long.
It is described as a hybrid, which means some aspects are for full permission; while others are for outline, which requires a further detailed application at a later date.
The residential part of the plan includes 30% affordable homes, which is in line with the recently adopted Adur Local Plan.
A decision on the proposal will be made by planning committee in the coming months.
To view the plans of the New Monks Farm Development and have your say please use the link below:
Revised plans for the industrial space in Shoreham Airport provide further information on building heights, colours, roof form and lighting.
To view the plans of the commercial space in Shoreham Airport and have your say please use the link below:
Illustrations and plans of the New Monks Farm development (revised plans)
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