Revamp planned for Woodingdean business park

Posted On 14 Jun 2010 at 9:49 am

Developers have applied for planning permission to build the first phase of a proposed business park revamp in Woodingdean.

Property firm St Modwen wants to create four industrial warehouse and office units totalling 3,479 sq m at Woodingdean Business Park, at the junction of Bexhill Road and Falmer Road.

The company has a long-term blueprint for more than a dozen other units over a larger site.

Access to the currently derelict site, which was formerly the Sunblest bakery, would be via Sea View Way.

Parking for 64 cars and 10 bikes would be included and 50 jobs would be based at the site.

Brighton and Hove City Council planning committee will vote on the proposals in the next few months.

  1. Ron Sharratt Reply

    This is good news for Woodingdean and for the whole area if it all comes to pass in that it will create new jobs. However, it will increase the, already serious, traffic problems on the falmer Rd especially when the new stadium opens.

  2. Mr Richard Barnes Reply

    You may think its good news.
    But only the first wind turbine has been installed,the noise from this is unbareable to residents of Sandhurst Avenue.
    As it starts to be ocuppied how much more noise will their be??
    Some of the work has been done on Sundays from .

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