Sitting on top of a hill overlooking the East Sussex countryside, the site was granted outline planning permission for 400 dwellings
As construction commenced, many issues had to be overcome, including asbestos contamination and ecological issues, ensuring that natural habitats and wildlife were retained and protected
The new site also adopted a sustainable urban drainage system.
Extensive works to facilitate the development had to be undertaken, including the provision of a community pavilion within the park, an extensive package of off-site road improvements and traffic calming, both in the proximity of the site and along the A271 south of the development
Over half of the development is dedicated to parkland, play areas, allotments, a sports pavilion and cricket green
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