With their unique locations nestled between the iconic Sussex coastline and picturesque South Downs National Park, Adur and Worthing are becoming increasingly popular places to live, work and visit.

With demand for housing and employment space at an all time high, Adur & Worthing Councils have launched a new website to showcase the potential sites that could be redeveloped to meet this growing need.

InvestAW offers the latest information and prospects of sites such as Teville Gate multi-storey car park, Union Place which used to home Worthing’s Police station, and the former Council offices in Adur.

With land supply restricted by the coast and national park, vacant brownfield sites like these provide key opportunities to create new developments in central locations, not only to offer housing and office space, but to provide new retail and leisure facilities in these growing towns.

Cllr Bryan Turner, Executive Member for Regeneration at Worthing Borough Council, commented:
“Worthing shares the same challenges that many coastal towns face. But uniquely we have some major opportunities within our borough to invest into the expanding retail and leisure offer for residents and visitors, whilst providing new town centre living to meet the growing housing need.”

Cllr Brian Boggis, Executive Member for Regeneration at Adur District Council, added:
“Adur has a rich maritime history, with the port in Shoreham and River Adur running through the heart of our district. Following the evolution of industries related to this coastal nature, Adur is now attracting businesses of all varieties, from small startups to nationwide brands. Adur has not only become a place popular to work, but an increasing housing need indicates it’s a place where people also wish to live.”

To find out more about Adur and Worthing, plus keeping up to date with latest development news and opportunities, visit www.investAW.co.uk.

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