Plans to build 600 rental homes and commercial space at the Sackville Estate in Hove will be on show at a public exhibition next week.
Developer Moda will reveal its £220m plan to redevelop the former retail park and coal yard by Hove station, with 600 new rental homes as well as 43,000 square foot of commercial space.
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A partnership with Mayfield, an owner and operator of care communities, will see an additional 250 homes delivered for the elderly.
Moda described the vision for the site as ‘a highly-connected walkable garden community with homes wrapped into large areas of landscaped green space and public realm’.
Its plans will include a range of on-site amenities including communal lounges, virtual sports simulators, BBQ roof terraces and bicycle rental.
Residents will have access to a car club, semi-private gardens and allotments.
Local people are invited to a public consultation exhibition drop-in at 3pm to 6pm on Tuesday, September 18 and 4pm to 7.30pm on Wednesday, September 19tat Honeycroft, St Barnabas Hall, Sackville Road, Hove.